Multicultural wedding at Garthmyl Hall
I have already written about how much I love this place, so it won’t surprise you that I’ll rave about this wedding. I do fall in love with my couples, seeing them so in love, so sweet, so open to each other. Hearing what people who know these people say about them, discovering their best sides, and what makes them so special as individuals and to each other.
I love all weddings and have a special fondness for multicultural ones since my husband is Gujarati and our wedding mixed traditions but this isn’t about us. Sejna and Jimmy married Indian and Irish traditions and spirits for a wonderful day of colours and happiness.
They chose a venue away from everything, for a feeling of mini-holiday, where people could stay the night, feed the kids, have a nap, relax and enjoy the day.
It is a classical venue and the Indian photos and statues fitted perfectly beautifully.
Meanwhile, the bride and groom were getting ready with their parties.
And the little ones were fed so they could be happy during the ceremony.
The groom arrived with his family, welcomed by his parents in law.
When the rituals were done, the bride arrived and was revealed. They put garlands around each other’s necks. The Irish side of the family asked about the rituals and were given explanations so everyone felt involved.
However hard the grooms’ family fought, the young ones won the shoe, and a reward
After a short time to relax, grab a drink, socialise, it was time for the registry wedding, the ring and .. the kiss.
After the ceremony, people relaxed, revised their speeches, listened to music, congratulated the newly weds and we took a few group and couple photos, all very relaxed.
As it was light very late, the evening carried on inside and outside the marquee, with the speeches, the meal, kids – and adults- playing outside, until the party.
If you’re looking for a photographer who loves multicultural weddings, please get in touch, I can’t wait to hear your story.