Anjnee & Harry’s Wedding


This wedding so so incredibly beautiful! Anjnee and Harry met when they were students and finally tied the knot with two ceremonies, a traditional Indian Wedding followed with an intimate Church Wedding, then an evening of LOTS of dancing!

The day started with the bride getting ready with her bridesmaids. I can still not get over the skill from the amazing Aphrodite’s Makeup Artist , who not only created a stunning look for the morning’s ceremony but stayed the entire day for 2 more outfit changes.



The Indian Wedding Ceremony was held in a stunning marquee by Taddle Farm Tents, which had been styled by the incredible Sian Ryan Designs. The ceremony was a moving blend of tradition, spirituality, laughs and love, oh and the family dogs couldn’t help get in on the action.



After a quick outfit change, we headed to St Edwards Church, Corfe, for next ceremony, with a close friend of the couple playing the guitar as the bride walked down the aisle.



This is the point when the mischief started! The couple had arranged a spectacular tractor covered in flowers to take the bridal party back to the reception. However, as the bride waved to passerbys, the ring…you guessed it…flew off her finger! A mad panic began as the bridal party and I searched the side of the road hunting for the missing ring, but do not worry, it was under her seat.



The reception was again styled by Taddle Farm Tents and Sian Ryan Designs and was breathtaking, not to mention the food by the talented Heena’s Kitchen Curry.



The evening was filled with infectious dancing with music by the Groove Giants, and went on until the early hours.





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Suppliers involved in this wedding:

Main Photographer: Lotus Photography

Assistant Photographer: Finn & The Fox

Marquee: Taddle Farm Tents

Wedding Stylist: Sian Ryan Designs

Make Up & Hairt Stylist: Aphrodite’s Makeup Artist

Caterer: Heena’s Kitchen Curry

Band: Groove Giants

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