Wedding Photoshoot of Naveen & Nikitha

This is the wedding photoshoot of Naveen & Nikitha. As we Indian Celebrate wedding functions include a number of pre-wedding functions such as sangeet party and bridal mehndi functions. Some other functions like exchanging vows and the ring ceremony..

About our Telugu marriage

Marriage is considered as the strongest of social bonds to spiritually merge two souls opening the doors to their household life. Telugu marriage is bind by seven pledges made by the groom and bride. Marriage commences once the bride and groom have completed their seven revolutions around the fire. Some symbolic gestures and rituals encompass the marriage ceremony and ensure the couple is united in the presence of Panchabhutalu. (Five essentials elements for Life) namely Agni(Fire), Bhumi(Earth), Akaasham(Sky), Neeru(Water) and Vaayuvu(Air).

In the olden days, the marriage ceremony could last up to 16 days. In recent days. The marriage ceremony occurs up to 5 days depending on the family finances, social status, and the region where the marriage ceremony will conduct. The typical traditional Telugu Marriage ceremony is organized in a unique way compared to other religions. It is a long process wherein a number of rituals are conducted before, during and after marriage.

Wonderful family, crazy friends, soul-filling food, beautiful music, dance traditions, love and more. we have experienced as we look back wonderful days of celebrating love. our bride Niktha & groom Naveen are best bonkers together. we made their wedding photography the way they were meant to be: Take a look of beautiful memories of Nikitha and Naveen.

Talambralu –

After tying the mangal sutra on the bride, the bride and groom shower one another with “talambralu”, which is rice mixed with saffron & turmeric. This denotes the couple’s desire for happiness, enjoyment, and contentment. Initially, they take turns to shower the rice, but as time progresses the bride and groom begin to compete with each other