Indian wedding photography can be a challenge, even for professionals. After dozens (or maybe hundreds) of Indian couples, how does one create wedding portraits that are creative and visually appealing? Take a tip from Maharani Simmi and Raja Tarun: choose an interesting backdrop with contrasting colors! The turquoise couches and walls of these photos look like the newlyweds are underwater, lending the photos texture and a dreamy look. The tall wood fixtures give the photos an artistic vibe and creates a fun illusion for the eyes. Great job, R.A.G. artistry!
Indian bride and groom takes wedding portraits in Atlanta, Georgia.
Indian bride and groom show off their Indian wedding wear.
An Indian bride and groom after their traditional Indian wedding.
Artistic Indian wedding portraits of a modern Indian bride and groom.
Bridal mehndi and Indian bridal jewelry displayed in this set from a professional Indian wedding photographer.
Indian wedding photography shows off an Indian bride's bridal henna and her indian bridal jewelry.
Don't you just love our Maharani's bridal henna from KIS (cubed) Events? A beautiful Indian wedding reception next!

Planning & Design: KIS (cubed) Events | Floral & Decor: Utopian Events | Photography: R.A.G.Artistry | Venues: W Hotel Downtown Atlanta | Cinematography: Amrut Patel | Venues: Shree Umiya Mataji Mandir