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Neelima and Matt. Destination wedding at Oxford,UK

Neelima and Matt. Destination wedding at Oxford,UK

It was a Sunday evening when Framehunt received final confirmation of the offer to cover the wedding at Oxford, UK. It was an opportunity that only a few could accomplish let alone dream of it. The responsibility of pulling off a work of such magnitude dawned upon us. Neelima was a bride of clear vision. After all its a day every woman's been planning and dreaming of since she is a little girl. The responsibility of the photography and to present a wedding album that not only is how she would've imagined but also dared to dream of. To show Matt what marriage, love and commitment means to a girl from Kerala. How I'm material is the boundaries of land, language and culture is to the promise of love. With strong hear and passion to work Sujith sir and our Framehunt team set out to Oxford, UK for the great UK wedding. Our job was not just to photograph a wedding. It was to capture their story. The story of Oxford and how the city shaped Matt and Neelima's personality, the city... It's architecture the people, their friends and family who nurtured their love with happiness and care. The journey started with a traditional Kerala Hindu wedding at the ever green (district name). The coming together of two diverse cultures united by love for each other in the backdrop of a Hindu wedding was a beautiful sight to capture. The diversity in the hall, in thought and perspective. The traditional Naadaswaram at the venue given s western twist by our editing team in the wedding celebration video speak volumes. The traditional Kerala wedding is a celebration of color and music. Hence we went the extra mile to allow Neelima and Matt to share and cherish the marriage of traditions and diversity. The next chapter in Oxford, UK was an English wedding at the University. We had to switch our style from traditional Kerala a month back to the culture of British elegance. The unique opportunity to shoot a wedding in the University. We knew we had to capture the British Gothic architecture in every pillar and every roof, every corridor. The silence at the church was to be captured as beautifully as the music of Naadaswaram in Kerala in photography. We did it. Every laugh, every cheers and every toast. The stories they shared at every toast spoke of a journey of love and laughter. That's what we do, at Framehunt photography. We don't capture photos. We capture memories, love, celebration. It was time to say goodbye to a city we admired and couple we loved, their families and friends. To the next wedding, the next journey.