What was not to love about Sonia and Rich’s wedding at Warwick House? It was wedding of two halves which began with a beautiful outdoor ceremony in the gardens of Warwick House. Sonia was lead up the aisle by three adorable flower girls wearing beautiful flowers around their heads (all of the gorgeous flowers on the day were by Recency Flowers).
This was my first outdoor ceremony of the year – I absolutely love them, and I know Sonia and Rich were so pleased that the good weather meant that they were able to be married outside. After the ceremony there were drinks, smiles and laughter in the sunshine until moving inside for the wedding breakfast and some really good speeches.
Asian Wedding Photography
After the meal the wedding kicked into the second part of the day, but before Sonia went for her outfit change there was just the matter of the Bouquet Toss. For me, events like this during the day are just fantastic to photograph. The movement and emotion are just such fun to capture. It was a cracking throw by Sonia, landing the bouquet right on top of the waiting crowd, and the catch was hotly contested (I have another wedding to blog soon, where one of the guests plays Netball goal keeper….she had a high jump on her, no one else stood a chance!).
Sonia’s dress change signified the start of the evening celebrations which were full of colour and Asian music and dancing, with a great DJ set provided by Indy D Fusion. Sonia wore a beautiful lengha by Manish Malhotra from Bombay. I travelled back to Nottinghamshire that night tapping my hand on the steering wheel with my head full of the rhythmic Asian music.