Part II of Colin + Hannah’s wedding in the Bahamas! Have I mentioned how amazing it was to be there with them?
Maybe I did.
Photographed on Harbour Island, Bahamas at the incredible Ocean View Club.
“I’m going to the Bahamas for work” is one of the coolest things I’ve ever said. I’m beyond grateful that Colin and Hannah made it happen. Finding myself back on Harbour Island at The Ocean View Club – along with my BFF this time around – was the highlight of my summer. Here is a taste of the goodness from the days that were not their wedding day.
Those are coming soon…
Photographed on Harbour Island, Bahamas
I don’t like it, I love it love it love it.
Photographed in Athens, GA at Kelly Creek Farm
Second shooter – Gracie Dinwiddie
Blame it on the Bluegrass.
Photographed in Traphill, NC
A farm wedding at its best!
Photographed in Jonesborough, TN at Rachel’s family home.
Second shooter – Jocelyn Mathewes
Man oh man do I love this couple. I professed that on their engagement post, but I truly can’t say it enough. This wedding was a gift to me – a really big one with a really big bow on it. It’s a great day when two humans like this become husband and wife and I’m confident that the world is better bcause of it.
Love you, girl…
Photographed in Douglasville, GA at Foxhall.
See also: Sean + Hannah | Engaged
This was an incredible day! I never really knew what I was about to see next and I loved every minute of it.
The Barat is the Groom’s procession and marks the beginning of the wedding ceremony. It’s customary for the groom to travel to the wedding venue (often the bride’s house) on a mare, accompanied by his family members. In Kartik’s case, he entered on a vintage Ural, and DJ with a portable system blared music while he and his family and friends danced their way to the ceremony.
Photographed in Orlando, FL at Renaissance Sea World.
Many thanks to Nate Robinson of Studio222 Photography for killing it as second shooter. Also, to my sweet friend Anna White who assisted me by carrying my stuff, making me laugh, shooting some killer images and Britney Spears’ing it.
See also: Kartik + Chandni | Day 1
Here are a few of my favorites from Day 1 (Thursday) of Kartik and Chandni’s 3 day wedding in Orlando. This was the first Indian wedding that I’ve photographed so the entire experience was an exciting adventure for me.
The ceremony images were shot at the Hindu Society of Central Florida. The Mehndi (henna) ceremony was that evening at Chandni’s uncle’s home in Winter Park. It also included a delicious dinner, Scotch and dancing.
Day 2 is coming soon!