In one of our previous blogs, we had the pleasure of showcasing Annie & Mohsin’s atlanta engagement session. In this blog, we will be displaying most of the vibrant mehendi colors and candid and amazing wedding photography in the Atlanta Indian Wedding Photography market. Our first day of the Indian wedding celebrations started off with capturing Annie in her home while she was being applied henna (mehendi) by Manisha Panjwani of The Royal Event House. This is a very tedious especially for an Indian wedding bride because she has to sit still for a lengthy duration while the henna is being applied to her hands and feet. This is also a very intimate moment as it was just us and the bride and a few of her friends. We look forward to such moments because they give us the best opportunity to showcase our talent as an Atlanta Indian Wedding Photographers. After the engagement session, this is the first time the bride gets to interact with the photographer during the biggest the day of her life and it lets us assure the wedding bride that she has put her trust in the right hands. An interesting thing we found out during the henna application session was that Annie’s real name was “Quratulann” which means “Solace” or “Consolation of the eyes”. This had to be the most interesting name we have ever come across for any Indian wedding bride.
After the henna application, Annie and Mohsin had their mehendi ceremonies at Lal Qila Banquet Hall. This event consisted of just close family and friends having a ball. We had good food, the family members were applying the henna on their hands, the friends were just dancing to some amazing tunes, and we were just doing what we do best. The vendors for the mehendi event were:
- Photography by La Bella Studio
- Mehendi By Manisha Panjwani Of The Royal Event House
- Music By D.J Arslan
- Catering By Lal Qila Banquet Hall