If you are asked to come up with words related to weddings, what are a few words you might think of?
Food, Clothes, Sweets, Music, Dance, Photographers, Selfies, haldi, Mehendi, jewellery are just a few of the many things that can easily be associated with big fat Indian weddings. Although all of these things are quintessential to have a dream wedding, This article focuses on the most important, luxurious and extravagant facet of weddings. JEWELLERY!
Jewellery is one of the most important parts of an Indian wedding. Right from a girl's childhood, parents start saving up and collect money with each passing year to buy the most exquisite jewellery they can afford to watch their daughters enter into a new life. Bridal jewellery is not just about how extravagant or expensive it is, it's a testimony of the love parents feel towards their daughters. When there is so much money, effort and emotions attached to these beautiful, intricate masterpieces, Don't you think they need to be immortalized? Nitin Arora photography can help you with that! With the magic of our cameras, we can make sure that every jewellery piece you adorn is shown in its full glory.
Here are 6 must-have jewellery pictures from your wedding day:
1.The ghoonghat pose:
The ghoonghat pose is a very simple pose to pull off, the bride elegantly holds the ghoonghat in her hands and can pose from any direction she is comfortable. This shot shows the rings on her fingers and the bangles on her hands.
2. Portrait shots
Portrait shots of the bride are quite common. These shots display the maangtika and the necklace.
3. Wearing shots
These shots are usually shots that are captured when the bride is getting ready for her grand day. A few common and well-known shots are taken as the bride turns the tip of her earrings to secure them or while wearing bangles on her hands.
4. Conversation shots
These shots are either candid or are staged. While the bride is surrounded by her bridesmaids, these shots are taken from a side profile to show earrings and other hair ornaments. Not only does it capture moments of conversation and happenings but also spotlights the earrings and the necklace.
5. Mehendi shots
These shots are taken after the pride is completely ready. Only her hands are captured in the viewfinder displaying the beautiful Henna designs and hand jewellery adorned by the bride
6. Full body shots
These shots display almost all jewellery items on you including a waistband and anklets if adorned.
Nitin Arora Photography is hands down one of the best wedding photographers in India. With experience, we have developed an intriguing sense to accurately point out everlasting memories and have become experts at capturing real moments. As photographers, we strive to cause a wrinkle in time by immortalising your priceless memories. Feel free to have a look at our portfolio and visit our website for more information.