The County of Surrey is perfect for vibrant Indian Weddings

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Bordered by Greater London, Kent, East and West Sussex, Hampshire and Berkshire, the County of Surrey is a perfect location for holding vibrant, Indian weddings. There are eleven districts located within this beautiful County including Spelthorne, Runnymede, Surrey Heath, Woking, Elmbridge, Guildford, Waverley, Mole Valley, Epsom and Ewell, Reigate and Banstead as well as Tandridge.  The south of this extensive County is mainly rural and the defining feature of the landscape is the North Downs.  An experienced, talented Indian Wedding Photographer Surrey such as is often called upon to capture the vibrant, colourful moments of an Indian Wedding held here.

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Hundreds of Family and friends gather together over a period of three days to witness the different and colourful parts of an Indian Wedding. To ensure each part is captured forever the bride and groom trust in their chosen photographer to include all the important moments. The bride will have intricate Henna designs drawn onto her hands and feet, before the guests enjoy a day of music and entertainment.

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On the third day the Priest conducts the Religious ceremony that is concluded by the Bride and Groom walking around a central fire and promising to support each other for the rest of their lives. The colourful costumes are traditionally bright red and gold and are accompanied by flower garlands that are worn throughout the ritual. Eating a meal together with all the guests is also an important part of the wedding.

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