The digital age where we capture every moment of our life, so, how can we just miss the most beautiful "about to get married" moments of our lives.
Pre-wedding photo shoots are best when they portray the essence of the couple to its fullest. To get perfect images of your loving moments, explore your interests as a couple and incorporate them into your shoot. And luckily, we live in a world where everything is possible when it comes to photography.
South India offers one of the best places in the world to hang out and unwind. From exquisitely carved temples to colonial charm to breathtaking hill stations, stunning backwaters, and beautiful beaches, South India offers it all. And on a platter. Take up this amazing journey to explore the interesting places in South India including Chennai, Mahabalipuram, Kanchipuram, Bangalore, Hassan, Mysore, Ooty, Kochi, Alleppey, and Kovalam.
The beauty of South India lies not merely in its vivid natural bliss but several other. Today's theme for the pre-wedding shoot is South Indian dressed photo shoot.
The traditional South Indian bride wears a kanjeevaram silk saree with lots of heavy jewelry. This jewelry is usually made out of gold which is considered to be very auspicious by the South Indians. A beautiful plat with flowers and haor accessories accentuate the look. Most brides also wear a gold waist belt in order to look figurative and keep the saree in place. The bride wears layers of necklaces, given by her parents on the wedding day.
Some suggestions for dresses are...
1) The typical South Indian Bride and groom in their traditional attires. While the bride in a beautiful kanjivaram saree and the groom in a mundu that is also known as a veshti in other languages.
2) This South Indian bride looks gorgeous in the yellow embroidered silk saree with pearl and gold jewelry.
3) A beautiful bride in a traditional kanjivaram saree with puffed short sleeve blouse design. Kundan jewelry absolutely compliments the overall look of the bride.
The beautiful golden jewel with the gems is a specialty of South Indian attire.
4) Antique gold jewelry with precious stones and pearls match the stunning hair accessories and maang tikka worn with a traditional south Indian saree.
5) This south Indian bride wears a silk saree with style. Minimalist hair styling with center parting and a beautiful maang tikka gives her a sober look. The ‘payals’ (anklets) on the feet are fascinating.
These are just a few of the options available to a person with an elegant dressing sense. Pose all your comfortable poses and the cameraman would capture all the memorable pieces.
You know, the pictures speak a lot. Let it speak all about your love and composition as a couple.