This Indian Wedding at Oldwalls was so much fun!
I first met Spurthi and Sai when they came to a wedding fair I had a table at in Chepstow. Their wedding sounded amazing and they loved my photos too! So we met up for a drink to chat through their wedding plans.
Spurthi is a GP in Cardiff and Sai is a professional cricket player. He plays a few months of the year in India and a few in the UK.
They wanted to have a British wedding but still to bring in their Indian culture too.
The Wedding Day
Spurthi got ready with her family and bridesmaids in Oldwalls’ Cerrig Glan House before being driven down the road to Oldwalls. Sai got ready with his best man, friends and family at Mulberry House too.
The October weather was set for heavy showers and high winds all day but it didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits. Spurthi and Sai married at Oldwalls in a wonderful, colourful and emotional ceremony. They signed the register and left as husband and wife. They were entered back into the room by an Indian drummer playing them in as their guests showered them with rose petals. Dancing ensued as the drummer played and everyone congratulated the newlyweds!
That afternoon, after the couple had changed into their second outfits, we took a very cold windy trip down to the nearby welsh beaches for their couple portraits. We dodged the rain and the sun even tried to peep through the clouds too! We headed back to their Indian Wedding at Oldwalls for their speeches and wedding breakfast.
The evening brought fireworks over the pond outside, an amazing first dance and the best and craziest dance floor I’ve ever seen!
Thank you so much for having me capture your Indian Wedding at Oldwalls Gower!
Florist: Allwoods Florist
Cake: Isabels Bakehouse
Hair and Make-up: Farhana Ali
Dress: From India
Suit: Khans in London
Cars: Champagne cars