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Dont miss to take Beautiful Shots of your Designer Mehndi

by Ekta M. Blogger

The hands and the feet of a bride are one amongst the center of attraction in every ceremony of the wedding. Whether it is the ring ceremony or the haldi ceremony, the hands and the feet of the bride get a lot of attention. It is for this reason that as a part of the bride’s attire, a lot of focus is given to decorating the bride’s hands and feet. Beautiful rings are purchased, armlets, bangles, toe-rings, etc. are used to beautify the hands and feet of the bride. Photographers, who like doing pre wedding photos, pay special attention while taking the shots of the hands and feet of the bride.

Hands and feet painted by a famous henna artist make the prettiest pictures. By simply looking at a photograph of hands with bridal mehndi, you would be able to know that the hands belong to a beautiful bride.
Capturing The Essence Of The Wedding Ceremonies

Indian weddings are a traditional affair and represent our culture. There are numerous rituals that take place at a wedding, which focus on the hands and the feet of the bride and the groom. A good wedding photographer would use the art used for creating the mehndi designs by the bridal mehndi designer, to capture the essence and feel of each of these ceremonies. While doing candid wedding photography of the Saptpadi ceremony, where the bride and the groom take the seven steps towards their new married life, photos, showing the feet of the bride and the groom taking those seven steps or placed on the traditional rice, make the most impact. The top wedding photographersare able to capture these moments and the aesthetics of the hand and the feet of the bride in the best possible manner, making these moments and the photos extremely special.


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Created on Oct 24th 2017 05:22. Viewed 106 times.

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