i first came across wedding photographer Celine Kim after she photographed Anabela’s wedding (which is just gorgeous you have to see it), so i followed her blog to keep up to date with her work. she recently shared the traditional Indian wedding of her friends Rimi & Jean – which looked more like an awesome festival, really. i have come back to these photos again and again because they make me really happy just to look at them. this is what it’s all about!


  1. I see what you mean. it looks so joyful and absolutely drenched in colour! wow. I love the marigold garlands; so pretty. I got married in a sari (in Durban) so this wedding makes me smile!

  2. I spent the summer in India & I’m so happy to see this! Indian culture is really so special. Thanks for sharing.

  3. You have the most wonderful blog in all of the internets. Thanks for taking the time to share these beautiful things.


  4. This is so beautiful, and so different from the weddings we usually see here. I love the colors and the photography, too.

  5. omg this is so unbelievably beautiful. i think indian weddings are some of the most gorgeous! i love that they were so traditional!

  6. Wow how absolutely stunning. One of my bucket list items is to be invited to a traditional Indian Wedding. There are so many customs and colors and beauty and Oh my!! She really captured the beauty in these photos!! =)

  7. Gorgeous pictures! I love LOVE all the joyous attention to the groom, his groomsmen carrying him on their shoulders and accompanying him with drums. There’s not enough fanfare around the groom in Western weddings.

  8. It’s been a while since I’ve visited your blog (switched computers and lost all my bookmarks… I’ve really got too get more tech-savvy), but I’m so glad I remembered! Such a great collection of everything awesome. Thanks for that.

  9. These are just wonderful. I especially love the marigold ‘arbour’. Thanks for posting.

  10. This truly is a happy making photostory. I love the way colour is kept as the focus and how the photographer adeptly captures the emotions/ambiance.

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