My team and I have photographed over 200 Indian weddings in New England (Boston, Providence, Newport), New Jersey, and New York. In addition to a deep understanding of different Indian wedding ceremonies (Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Christian, and many more) and traditions, I’ve developed a love for the culture and the language and have had fun learning bits and pieces of Hindi and Telugu!
Boston Indian Wedding Photography Collections
Our team has special pricing for Indian wedding photography, always including an additional photographer and usually landing between 10-14 hours of photography coverage. The wedding day starts with an hour of getting ready. Having two photographers is ideal so that we can photograph both sides of the getting ready as well as all of the excitement from both families during the baraat and the Indian wedding ceremony.
Additional Pre-Wedding Events: Mehndi & Sangeet
I’d love to hear what additional events you are planning for your wedding week. It’s typical that my team and I also photograph Mehndi Parties, Sangeets, Day-After Wedding Brunches, and other wedding events. I’m happy to offer an hourly rate for the additional pre-wedding events that you would like photography coverage for.
Recent Indian Weddings I photographed:
Photographed by: Karen Sri and Sushant, married this past weekend at their Omni Providence Hotel wedding, complement each other perfectly. Sri, an extrovert, loves to meet people. She’s spontaneous and is describes herself as quirky! Sushant is more structured, more of an adrenaline junkie, focused, and a thoughtful introvert. When I asked why they… Read More
Sri and Sushant’s multi-day Providence, Rhode Island wedding celebrations kicked off with a colorful and energy-filled Sangeet at The Casino at Roger Williams Park. When we first spoke to Sri and Sushant, having a beautiful locale for a wedding was important to them. They love nature, and it was so special for their Sangeet to… Read More
Shrutih and Neel’s Taj Boston wedding was regal in its beauty. Every single detail from Shrutih’s stunning dresses to the beautiful Mandap provided by Love Decor was incredible. The attention to detail was clear everywhere you looked. This attention to detail showed in the couple’s personality, as well. Their attention to each other, to their… Read More
Emily and Shas’s Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson wedding was an incredibly fun two-day experience. Blending both traditional Hindu and western events meant packing a lot of excitement into the weekend. The fusion of two entirely different cultures made the wedding that much more special, and is in many ways symbolic of the… Read More
Boston Indian wedding photography – Nicole Chan (nicolechanphotography.com) – email@example.com Videography – Promessa Studios (promessastudios.com) – firstname.lastname@example.org Makeup and Hair – Goka Love (Gokalove.com) – Info@gokalove.com Lighting – Silk Events (silkeventsonline.com) – email@example.com Decor – Alankar (alankardecors.com) – firstname.lastname@example.org Coordination – Michelle Grewal – Misspowers@gmail.com Venue – Gore Place (goreplace.org) – email@example.com Floral Design – Twisted Stems (Twistedstems.com) – Twistedstemsfloraldesigns@gmail.com, Perros Flowers (perrosflowers.com)… Read More
Robin and Joe’s Indian Boston InterContinental Hotel ballroom wedding incorporated everything they loved – their families, friends, great music, and a beautiful waterfront view. After a lovely dinner at Robin’s parents’ home, Robin and Joe went to an iconic spot – the Marblehead lighthouse. It’s Robin’s favorite spot. As the two sat on a bench overlooking the… Read More
Sapna and Eric, I said this a handful of times during your wedding, but you two are gross… the kind of cutesy gross that any couple would be LUCKY to have… the kind of i-love-everything-about-you gross that I hope will never ever fade. There are so many parts of the day that are memorable for… Read More
What’s more romantic than meeting your spouse on a beachy, sun-kissed Caribbean island? Meeting your spouse while attending medical school at said beachy, sun-kissed Caribbean island! Grenada is nicknamed the “Spice Isle” because of its famous nutmeg plantations. Surrounded by other small islands, Grenada is known for its colorful homes, fruit, and again – the spices…. Read More
My heart goes out to those in relationships that frequently use the words: “long distance”, “flights”, “airplanes”, and “timezones”. My heart also goes out to those who are dog people, but that’s a completely different mood for a completely different conversation. Neha and Jits first crossed paths in New York City – a romantic autumn… Read More
Anuja and Ashley’s day began at the Park Plaza hotel where the two saw each other for the first time before the ceremony and traveled St. John’s together. Ashley’s girls meticulously made sure that every button was buttoned. During their very short ceremony, the two said their vows to each other, walked out of… Read More
There’s nothing better than a quote and reading-filled private ceremony on a beautiful golf club!
Over the past eight years, Chandra and AJ have learned how to be a team and have faced the world balancing their weaknesses with the other’s strengths. They’ve gone through their fair share of struggles and through it all, the support and friendship was always there. They mention this quite often, that their friendship is… Read More