GIWA award for Best Wedding Cinematography

August 23, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

We are delighted to pick the Swarovski trophy for winning "Best Wedding Moments" award at GIWA 2016 part of International Convention of Wedding Fraternity (ICWF), the biggest ever platform for the wedding industry professionals.

The awards ceremony was truly ravishing. They had put a great show and entire setup including the ambience, live entertainment, food and beverages and everything else was just wonderful and more glamorous than I expected it to be. It was really nice to meet some top notch wedding planners, local and national vendors, wedding photographers, other wedding essential suppliers and service providers from all over the country. 

Best Wedding Cinematography - GIWA 2016  
Pictures courtesy: ICWF event photographers  
 
Thanks to Varun & Mathilde for giving us an opportunity to capture your special day. It was an amazing experience to shoot a blended Indian & French wedding and entire photography crew was thrilled to be part of it. I really appreciate all the hard work put in by Slice of Life team - Manu, Keshav, Ashish and Arnob who worked on this project along with me. Without your efforts this was not possible.
 
And finally, here is the award winning video: 
 
La Vie En Rose - Varun & Mathilde - Wedding CinematographyBlended Indian & French Wedding: Bringing two cultures together
Capturing this wedding was an amazing experience, entire photography crew had a lots of fun shooting the wedding. Excitement and energy level of the guests in the wedding was enigmatic.


Varun, the groom is an amazing fellow - very chilled out, fun loving and loves to party. He is settled in UK and he had his friends from all around the Europe over for his wedding along with his family from Delhi.

Mathilde, the bride is very charming, sociable and has a very contagious smile. She invited her friends and family from France. Mathilde mentioned that it was the first Indian wedding that she is attending which her own wedding :-), It was mostly an Indian wedding however there were a few french traditions, champagnes, baguettes, cheese and some french songs sung. There was an interpreter used through out the wedding to explain the Indian rituals to French family and French rituals to Indian family.

It was amazing to see how different language speaking people and being so culturally apart people can still have such a great bonding and delighted to be part of the celebration. Love has no language!
 

 

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