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As the shooting of wedding videos is my chosen career path, you would assume that such a career may be cumbersome and repetitive over time. However, nothing could be further from the truth, as my work allows me to work alongside some truly remarkable couples in a series of different settings.
Mandave and Rancha are one such couple that makes what I do so enjoyable. Making their union official, Mandave and Rancha decided to hold their ceremony at the Guru Nanak Parkash Gurdwara in Coventry. The ceremony was one of aesthetic wonder due to the Sikh wedding tradition that was present throughout the day.
The garments worn by the couple and their guests were truly exceptional, as was the scenery that the venue was able to offer, allowing me to shoot some truly memorable moments in relation to the union of Mandave and Rancha.
The couple and their guests then moved on to the reception which was held at the Heart of England in Coventry, a venue that offers its guests a modern setting along with some truly wonderful scenery.
The celebrations were enjoyed by all and really showcased just how much the couple are loved by their family and friends. An ambient atmosphere led the party and everyone was soon up enjoying themselves.
The shooting of the wedding video will leave Mandave and Rancha with a series of memories to enjoy moving forward. The video also makes an ideal gift for loved ones who may have missed out on the celebrations the first time round, or they may just want to enjoy them again.
Mandave and Rancha are a truly special couple who deserve every piece of happiness coming their way, and I feel truly honoured to have been part of the special day. Mandave and Rancha are testament to the fact that weddings very rarely
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