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Amar-Kaash & Kejal chose the Quorn Grange Hotel, a beautiful intimate wedding venue in Leicestershire, for their civil wedding ceremony. Amar-Kaash proposed to Kejal at the Quorn Grange Hotel, so it was the perfect choice to host their civil wedding ceremony, followed by afternoon tea. They only had their closest family and friends around them to celebrate, as their Indian wedding and reception was a few weeks after, which was going to be a much grander affair at the Dallas Burston Polo Club.
I arrived earlier in the morning to check out the venue, and scout around for some portrait locations, before heading up to meet Kejal to capture her getting ready. When I met Kejal she was so chilled out, getting ready along with her mum and bridesmaids, before making the short walk to the aisle to meet her future husband. Amar-Kaash, had been mingling with his friends and family before hand, and was also really relaxed and was ready to get married. Once he laid eye’s on Kejal walking down the aisle, his emotions got the better of him, and a few tears had to be wiped away. The weather was perfect for late spring, so Amar-Kaash & Kejal had their wedding outside under the gazebo, which was full of happiness and emotion.
After the ceremony, Amar-Kaash & Kejal, hung out with their family & friends, there was so much laughter, joy, hugs and champagne, just the way any wedding day should be. I managed to grab a few moments with Amar-Kaash & Kejal for some portraits whilst their guests went into be seated for their afternoon tea and a couple of speeches.
I had such a great time with Amar-Kaash & Kejal along with their family, it was an amazing day, and it left me super excited for their Indian Wedding & Reception at Dallas Burston Polo Club.
But for now, here are a few of my favourite frames from their civil wedding at the Quorn Grange Hotel, Leicestershire.
I had an amazing time shooting an Indian wedding at the Quorn Grange Hotel, Leicester, it was the perfect setting for any Civil Wedding Ceremony. If you’re planning on having an Indian wedding in London, or anywhere else in the world, then please get in touch. I’d love to hear all about it and have the opportunity to be your wedding photographer.