ALWAYS DIFFERENT, ALWAYS BETTER, USUALLY FOR LESS!!! For more information contact Gustav at (908)447-2978
Images By Gustav - A New Jersey based, highly skilled and experienced Professional Photographer. Specializing in Storybook style Wedding Photography.Gustav combines unique creativity with a contemporary insight. His artistic eye and raw talent come together to capture each breathless moment flawlessly as it unfolds.With an uncompromising approach to excellence, your Wedding Photography is in the safest, most experienced hands. Gustav is not only a brilliant photographer, he is the perfect author to illustrate the beauty of your wedding story. Your wedding album will come alive with memories. Every page, a priceless moment to be enjoyed again and again for generations to come.
Indian wedding Photography Top Notch contemporary & affordable Indian Wedding Photographer servicing NJ, NY, CT & PA. Unique & Creative award winning services for any and all couples. Indian wedding is a perfect blend of serious rituals and customs along with other fun filled rituals and frothy moments. Wedding marks the beginning of a new relationship not just between two individuals but also between two families and thus, there are various moments in the wedding ceremonies that help to build new relationships. Every caste and community has its own tradition and culture. India with such diverse cultural background showcases variety of rituals and customs. Here are few very interesting facts about various kinds of Indian Wedding.
Interesting Indian Wedding Facts In many communities in the Hindu Religion, there is a wedding ritual in which the sisters-in-law hide the shoes of their jija or brother-in-law and return them only in exchange for money. It's a very fun filled and enjoying ritual. In some communities, there are rituals where the hands of the couple are covered with a sacred cloth to ward off ill omen and evil eye during the pheras. In Parsee marriage ceremonies , the sisters-in-law take gifts from their brother-in-law during the ritual of Haath Boravanu where the groom puts his hand in water and cannot remove them until he pays money to them, Pag Dhovanu is another such ritual where the groom is threatened with milk on his shoes and chero chorvanu is a ritual in which seven strands of thread tying the couple are removed on payment.