American Wedding Hindu Wedding Japanese Wedding Multicultural Weddings Real Weddings Wedding Videography

Indian Japanese Fusion Wedding

Indian Japanese Wedding

An Indian Japanese Fusion wedding is what we have today on Secret Wedding Blog. It’s not too often where the groom carries a sword around on his wedding day, but that’s exactly what happened at Rumiko and Amit’s wedding. They both live in Japan and Amit is a huge fan of anime (Japanese animation). So, it was only fitting that Amit brought his Japanese-style sword all the way from Japan for their wedding.

Their wedding film starts off in a slow but dramatic effect, a first I’ve seen of in a wedding video! It’s fast paced allowing us to see all the aspects of their wedding day and comes to a peaceful halt at the end. Their wedding ceremony and reception blended both of their cultures effortlessly. Rumiko wore a red saree for the ceremony and Amit wore a formal Japanese kimono for the reception. So lovely to see how they interacted each other’s cultures for their wedding. I admire it when I see many multicultural weddings in which the couple really get involved with each other’s cultures and traditions, it genuinely says a lot about the couple! They even used Amit’s sword to cut the cake with! I really enjoyed the way Delack Media Group filmed this fusion wedding, by putting a spin on the traditional wedding film.

Venue: Westin Itasca Chicago Northwest
Planner: LOLA Event Productions
Bridal Makeup/Hair/Saree: Sonu Patel 630-765-0207
Design: Shaadi Creations
Mehndi: Kaminis Mahendi
Baraat Horse: Maharaja Farm
Catering: India House
Cake: Lovin Oven Cakery
Band: Funkadesi
Photography: Josh Ohms
Videography: Delack Media Group

View the Fusion Hindu Same Day Edit by Delack Media Group featured on the blog here.

2

You Might Also Like

4 Comments

  • Reply Beloved Love Photography October 2, 2014 at 3:53 pm

    Beautiful! Love how orginal this is

  • Reply Kor September 13, 2016 at 6:50 am

    This is such a beautiful wedding! i love how it incorporates Indian tradition in it. I really enjoyed watching the video too.

    • Raj
      Reply Raj September 17, 2016 at 9:37 am

      Thanks for commenting Kor, good inspiration for blending in traditions, right?

    Leave a Reply

    *