Sweety + Evan – Indian Wedding Photographer Greenville SC – Part 2
After the amazing ceremony in the morning we had a short three hour break and it was back at the Loom in Simpsonville, SC for the reception. We showed up a few minutes before the reception was to begin so that we could have some time with Sweety and Evan during sunset. Around back of the venue there was a great spot with some open sky and even a pond which we used for some really cool sunset reflection shots. Sunset shots are one of my favorite parts of the wedding day. After all of the hustle ofthe ceremony it is time that the bride and groom get to slow things down for a few minutes and catch their breath before returning to the reception.
After sunset shots the wedding party was introduced and it was time for our second ceremony of the day. Since the morning was a traditional Indian wedding there was no exchange of rings or vows, so they saved that for the evening. As their friends and family stood beside them they had a short ceremony where they exchanged rings and vows and went straight into a first dance. I know I have said it before but there were so many picture perfect moments in their wedding day/night and this was one of them.
The night was full of those moments. From the father-daughter dance, and mother-son dance to the toasts by the family and wedding party, you could feel the abundance of love in the room. And did I mention the dance performances? Wow talk about amazing. There were three dance performances that completely blew me away. If Ididn’t know that it was her family performing I would have sworn that they were professional dancers.
DJ Desi kept the party going and the dance floor full as the guests and family danced the night away while taking the occasional break to visit the photo booth. It had an awesome backdrop that was handmade by Evan’s sister. All in all it was a magical evening that was brought to a close with an amazing sparkler leave.
Please enjoy part 2 of Sweety and Evan’s amazing wedding day/night!