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Deepveer Wedding

Deepveer Wedding

The world is starving to get some glimpses of the Bollywood’s newly-wed couples Deepika and Ranveer. The nation sparkled after the couple released their first official wedding photo’s on their Instagram handles. As one of the best wedding photographers in Mumbai, we were also eagerly waiting to see the creative photographs of this destination wedding

The couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh Bhavnani adjudicated their wedding proclamation via posting a joint wedding card to their respective Instagram handle at the same time, written in both, Hindi and English.

The Wedding Date

While all of us know their wedding date, but there is something really momentous about these dates. The wedding happened on November 14-15, which is also the date when their first film together – ‘Ram Leela’ was released in 2013. Deepika is the queen of fashion and Ranveer is no less the fashion king himself so it is all right to say that our eagle eyes were looking for what they wore and the how they styled it.

Bride and Grooms Fashion

Since then, glimpses from the big fat Indian wedding were shared by the couple’s close associates.  In this blog we’ll share some of our close observations on their wedding dress and bridal jewellery.

Deepika Padukone wore a Kanjeevaram saree in a gold zari border on her Konkani Wedding day. Keeping in touch with her south indian origin, she wore a traditional Guttapusali, Jhumkas and mathapatti.For her makeup, Deepika kept it simple, going matte with face. She was wearing a brown smokey eye, paired with a nude lip. She’s got considerably light with her contour; it’s almost insubstantial! Deepika bought her look together with  one small red bindi.

Ranveer, on the other hand, kept it minimal ,wearing Shalle Panache, an outfit that a traditional Konkani groom would wear.

For the Anand Karaj ceremony, they both wore the traditional red. Deepika choose a red lehenga. Her dupatta has been craved with the Sanskrit shloka, “Sada Soubhagyavati Bhava” which translates to “Have a blessed destiny always”.

Her jewelry consisted of large nath, maang tikka, red chooras and kaleeras. Her Kaleera & Chooras are by Raa Abta by Rahul ( create hyperlink ). However, what was shimmering through the photo is her huge solitaire ring, which Deepika is wearing with all her other jewelry.

Keeping her makeup analogous, Deepika had chosen to go with pink shimmer & black smokey eye, with false lashes. This makeup of the day was also matte and her base was unblemished as usual. After a two-day extravagant wedding celebration in Italy, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have been finally declared Man and Wife.

We will keep you updated, once they reveal more of the pictures they have captured during their wedding. Hope this blog has put some lights on the lesser discussed facts about one of the biggest wedding of this year. Their love story is no less than a modern fairytale but their astonishing celebrations on the alluring property will make you feel warm and fuzzy.

Here are some minute details of the vendors involved in the wedding.

Location: Villa Del Balbianello

Wedding Planners: Wedding Design Company (WDC, Delhi)

Food: Foodlink Services

Entertainment: Harshdeep Kaur and band

Deepika & Ranveer’s Outfits: Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Deepika’s Jewellery: Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Makeup Artist: Sandhya Shekar

Deepika’s Hair: Georgiou Gabriel

Deepika’s Stylist: Shaleena Nathani

Ranveer’s Hair: Darshan Yewalekar

Ranveer’s Stylist: Nitasha Gaurav

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Indian Wedding Photography : Industry Insight

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Wedding photography in India has been stupendously increasing in arrangement with the matrimony and allied business as a whole whose size is estimated at $25-30 billion and which is growing at 20-25 percent annually. There are said to be 10,000-15,000 candid wedding photographers in India who focus on the mid-to-high end of the wedding segment and charge anything between Rs 50,000 and Rs 7 lakh a day.

The best wedding photographers in Mumbai charge an enormous amount of Rs 8-10 lakh a day, with a team of 10-14 photographers, cinematographers or videographers, editors and assistants, at a wedding.

Wedding Photography before 2008:

But the market was not as emerging as today even before 2008. The wedding shot on those days was much different from today’s candid wedding photography in India. On those days wedding shoots highly empathized and representational. But the kind of storytelling and imagery were popularly established in West by that time.

Wedding Photography Now:

While communities like Marwaris, Sindhis, Punjabis, and Gujaratis have by tradition been allied with big fat Indian weddings, that surely seems to be altering, although little by little.

This could partly be attributed to events like the Mehendi and cocktails becoming standard, and partly to the rise of cross-cultural love marriages. What has proved to be a enhance to the wedding industry and, by extension, to wedding photographers in Kolkata and all over India, is that while the November-February month is still the most up-to-date season for weddings, other months are not as devoid as they used to be, as destination weddings become cheaper, with venues in places like Rajasthan and Goa, and even Thailand, available at inexpensive prices in the summer.

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Besides the non-seasonality, the most conspicuous changes in weddings have been their imagery. While equipment like Steady cams and aerial cams are used more commonly and highlights for wedding films are made, what has caught on in a big way is what photographers call ‘couple shoots’. These are pictures of just the couple before or after the wedding (Pre/Post Wedding Photography). Professional Photographers in Mumbai and India are finding new creative avenues in Wedding Photography. What has changed now is people are looking for idiosyncratic and fashionable work, which needs more engagement with the family which a studio may not be able to do.

The Gap:

Almost every wedding photographer advertises themselves as a candid wedding photographer in India, though only a portion of the photographs displayed on their website seems unscripted. But couples seem not to care as they are not exactly looking for a manuscript of the meticulousness of their wedding. They just want the pictures to look dazzling.

Future Opportunities and Appreciations:

Opportunities are only going to get bigger with even the not-so-affluent in cities big and small experimenting with their weddings and bombardment out big bucks. India does have an award for wedding photographers given by a photography magazine and online photography company Canvera. And it certainly does not impair that wedding photography is easily among the most worthwhile genres for best wedding photographers in India.

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