"Couple Shoot" of Stuti and Aakash was shot straight after the Bridal photos were done. It was a very windy afternoon with over-cast and occasional drizzle. Stuti was dressed in a marvelous traditional Indian wedding dress which was hand crafted and weighed in access of eleven kgs. However, she did an excellent job walking around with some kind assistance from the Groom - to-be.
The Baarat was fun filled with lots of traditional and non-traditional steps on traditional Dhol beats. After the Groom was welcomed into the hall by the bride's parents, traditional wedding ceremony commenced at the beautiful Mandap.
Following the ceremonies was some fun with the newly weds and a few speeches. The wedding co-ordinator arranged for group photos to be shot by each table.
The DJ soon pumped up the volume and turned up some catchy tunes which were enjoyed by family and guests like-wise.
Curzon Hall, often referred to as "The Castle", is a magnificent sandstone manor set upon two acres of manicured gardens. It is located 20 min from Sydney CBD. This beautiful manor was built in 1900 as a private residence and consisted of mansion, stables, separate ballroom with viewing gallery and an open promenade with extensive gardens.
More about the history of Curzon Hall can be found on their website