This time, I didn’t travel the world to capture the endless moment of happiness. It all came to me, to my home country, Slovenia. To be more exact, the Indian wedding celebration came to a beautiful and one might say, a magical little village of Stanjel. A well-known wedding venue Grad Stanjel and Villa Fabiani, admired by many. Indian wedding videographer
The Indian tradition, the spirit, the wisdom.
It was all brought to life in this peaceful Slovenian place. The cheerfulness and colorful emotions, an ancient tradition named “Holi”, where colors were thrown around as a sign of luck and happiness!
Among the sacred halls of the medieval castle Grad Stanjel and the vivid garden of Villa Fabiani, the wedding party performed the “Sangeet”. San what, you may wonder, as did I. But it was pure magic, dancing and singing on the way to the ceremony, with all the smiling faces, celebrating life and the love of Ankita & Sankalp.
It all seemed like a movie, it felt like we were all in one Bollywood scene. Being a part of this special celebration of love, an Indian wedding, was a whole new and enriching experience for me. I really did not know what to expect, how to react, what to seek for. But it somehow found me. The spirit of this Indian wedding, the moments, everything I captured, has a special place in my heart. It was great to have Ankita and Sankalp on the other side of the lense. Their whole family and friends gave me the feeling of belonging, as I was a part of this colorful celebration. I am eternally grateful for it.
This special celebration was also featured on the 100 Layer Cake wedding blog.
Cinematography: Fragments Collection // Photography: Aluna Weddings // Venue: Grad Stanjel & Villa Fabiani // Planning, styling and flowers: CARA creative co. // Hair & Makeup: Lea Bratušek // Stationery: La Mina Paper // Cake: Petra’s Cakes // Dress: Sabyasachi