A colourful Anglo-Indian Wedding | Manor House Hotel | Gabby & Drew
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A colourful County Durham Wedding | Gabby & Drew

Before even seeing our final photos I can honestly say Claire was fantastic and everyone who attended our wedding commented on Claire and how great she was. She was part of our wedding and got involved in every aspect of the day. Claire comes highly recommended from Myself and my wife as well as everyone who attended our wedding. Thank you so much for an amazing job. – Drew

When Gabby and Drew booked me for their intimate Anglo-Indian Wedding, I was elated.  I knew that the day would be bursting with colour and dancing.

On the day, the mix of both English and Indian cultures effortlessly fused together.  Which was no more symbolised than by Drew’s Grandma Cathy who kicked off her sparkly shoes, donned some similarly sparkly sandals and completely rocked the Bhangra!  What a top Grandma.

I have been blessed this year.  Every single happy couple has been so welcoming.  As have their families and friends.  Gabby’s Mum Kashmir had me twisting the lightbulb on the dance floor and I’m pretty sure I would have been there all night drinking tea and chatting if I hadn’t had to leave at some point!  I was also honoured to return to Gabby’s home at the end of the evening to capture the Vidaai (rice throwing) ceremony – as I know this is an emotional time for the family and especially the Bride.  My point is – it has been so lovely sharing these special occasions with all of the beautiful couples I have met to date – you have pretty much made me feel part of the family as the days go on.  Thank you so much.  xx

So a bit about the wedding.  Gabby and Drew had an intimate ceremony at Aykley Heads Registry Office, followed by a meal and party at The Manor House Hotel in West Auckland.  The moment the DJ figured out what music would rock the boat, the party was in full swing and the moves busted were ace!  I loved getting in amongst it to capture the party!

Thank you for sharing your beautiful BigDay with me Gabby and Drew.  Gabby – you made such a beautiful bride – I couldn’t get enough of the sparkles. I hope you enjoy reliving your BigDay.

Don’t forget to watch their fab alternative wedding video above too!


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