Crista and Neil’s Wedding- St. Lucia- Hindu Ceremony {Part 2}

Crista and Neil’s traditional Hindu Ceremony continued onto take place at their house in the southern part of beautiful St. Lucia. Hindu weddings are supposed to take place outside, on the earth, under a canopy known as a Mandap which Neil and Crista had custom built for them at their house. They followed all of the traditions of a Hindu ceremony. They started with the Baraat where the grooms party arrives in a procession and greeted by the brides family. They continued onto their 3 hour wedding ceremony which was very colorful. The ceremony was followed by an Indian dance by the grooms cousin Monica.

This wedding was such an amazing experience for us. From traveling to another country, to meeting amazing people and getting to photographing the wedding between two genuinely kind awesome people. Neil and Crista we can’t thank you enough for choosing us to document your wedding and your whole family for their warm inviting hospitality.

Next up on the blog is Neil and Crista’s Christian Ceremony on the beautiful beach of St. Lucia!


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