Ah a multi-cultural wedding! My favourite. The ability to have two ceremonies combining each traditions from the brides and groom’s side. Being a Sikh myself, I know that not all Gurdwaras allow inter-faith weddings which makes me so angry. It’s just like always dreaming of getting married in a Church and wearing a big white dress, but because you fell in love with someone outside of your religion, your Church won’t allow it. What’s the crime? I digress.
So I am super excited to show off this beautiful real wedding of Paul and Navdeep.
Paul and Navdeep were lucky enough to celebrate their marriage twice. Their first was a traditional Sikh ceremony at the Gurdwara Sahib in Leamington Spa. The next day they enjoyed their second day of celebrations at the beautiful Warwick House in Southam. Stefan and Nadine from Van Rensburg Films were delighted be asked to film their day at Warwick House, working alongside photographer Lee Glasgow who kept everyone in a great mood with his bubbly personality! Navdeep had given so much attention to detail, there were personal touches dotted all around the venue. Our favourite was the table names, inspired by the time Navdeep spent living in China.
The bride looked gorgeous in her ‘fusion’ gold and red dress, Jimmy Choo shoes and hair and make up by Dulhan.
Navdeep, the bride described her wedding day as ‘Fusion’ and had a dress to match her theme
Videography: Van Rensburg Films www.vanrensburgfilms.com
Photography: Lee Glasgow www.leeglasgowphotography.co.uk
Venue: Warwick House www.warwickhouse.co.uk
Hair and Make Up: Dulhan www.dulhan-uk.com0