Fairmont Windsor Park Indian Wedding and Reception
In the depths of the English countryside, iconic heritage beautifully blends with modern elegance to create the perfect setting for the Indian wedding and reception for the lovely bride and groom, Charine and Nish.
Fairmont Windsor Park is a stunning location for an Indian wedding and reception, with a grand country house boasting luxury, nestled on the edge of the historic Windsor Great Park. This tranquil Windsor hotel is surrounded by 40 acres of green space with a lake that is ideal for wedding portraits. Charine and Nish had a vision of the bridal portraits they wanted, and this hotel was an Indian wedding photographer’s dream with so many spaces inside and out to capture great couple photos.
This venue exudes elegance and the modern guest rooms and suites really do cater to the comfort of all the guests at an Indian wedding (and we know there are usually a lot of them!). The big hotel rooms are perfect for getting dolled up and the natural lighting is helpful.
“You honestly exceeded all expectations (and believe me my expectations were high).”
Indian Wedding Ceremony
The day kicked off with a colourful and loud entrance from the Jaan’s side who really did bring the lively and fun energy that continued throughout the day. The Jaan arrived with colourful flares and the Band Baja that included dhol players, trumpets and a snare drum who got the party going with a mix of Bollywood and English songs. There’s nothing better than capturing emotions at a wedding and the smiles were everywhere I turned! The lively Groom had everyone on their feet as he stopped before the mandap to party in the aisle.
Indian Reception Party
The Indian wedding ceremony set the tone for the evening at the reception party where all the guests were on top form. The mood lighting and extravagant décor was fun to capture and lent a hand to some great shots. I love being able to surprise my guests and creating a slideshow from the Indian wedding certainly put a smile on the bubbly bride and groom’s faces. The Indian reception didn’t do things by halves, and it went beyond the status quo of things I had seen before. This creative bride and groom chose to play the traditional Indian koda kodi instead of cutting a cake, and the winner of each round nominating a table of their new in-law’s family to have shots! It was great to capture something alternative that surprised the crowd too and went down a real treat. It’s safe to say this fun-loving bride and groom hosted an Indian reception party to remember and had the dance floor heaving from start to finish.
Wedding Decor – Jay & I
Priest- Kamal Panday
Wedding Music – Shiv Gopal
MUA – Sophia Afreen
Catering – Ragasan
Lighting – Prosystems
Video – Clearcut Productions
DJ – Shaan
Jaan Music – Band Baja Beats UK