Roz & Rav and met celebrated their beautiful two day fusion wedding celebration at Axnoller House in Dorset. They had met ten years prior when, by a stroke of fate, they were placed in the same graduate scheme group due to having similar initials. They started as friends and over time their relationship grew into romance, which eventually led to a proposal on the Mediterranean island of Capri.

The first day of Roz and Rav’s wedding began in Lyme Regis where Roz and her bridesmaids were getting ready for the church ceremony at her parents’ home. The house was located a short drive from ceremony, which was being held at St Candida & Holy Cross Church – a structure that dates back 1000 years.

The church ceremony was followed by reception and picnic at the wonderful Axnoller Estate. Roz & Rav’s guests enjoyed the peace and tranquillity the courtyard and gardens had to offer, ahead of the energetic Indian/Hindu elements of the wedding that would happen the following day.

The second day arrived and Axnoller was transformed with traditional Indian decorations. Roz’s hands were adorned with Henna and a Mandap had been erected and decorated with flowers and fabrics. The ceremony was expertly delivered by Rav’s Uncle, who read the scriptures and translated them for the guests who may not have experienced an Indian or Hindu wedding.

Hindu weddings have so much energy, and dancing is always a drum beat away. Rav arrived to the Mandap with a procession of guests to the sound of Dhol drum and the drum made a second surprise appearance at Sunset on the same day.

As a videographer it was a beautiful day to film and I can’t thank Roz & Rav enough for entrusting me to film their fusion wedding. I wish you both the best of luck for the future.