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Malia and Sriram | Catholic-Indian Wedding | St. Mary of the Woods College

Sri and Malia… they are one of the coolest couples ever. And sweetest. I’ve pretty much been in love with them since the day I met them in Marvin’s, which was good, because I knew we were going to have to spend a long long long day together on their wedding day! A traditional Indian wedding lasts about three days, but Malia and Sriram, being of different heritages, had a hybrid Catholic-Indian celebration. There was an Indian ceremony in the morning, followed by brunch, then a Catholic ceremony, and then a dinner reception.

If you read our previous wedding post (Monica and Josh’s Destination Wedding in Jamaica)… let me put Malia and Sri’s wedding into the timeline for you. Monica and Josh got married Thursday, we flew back Friday (almost missed our flight due to customs, and TSA held my luggage so it missed the flight), landed in Indy around 11 pm, drove home, woke up at 6 to head to Terre Haute for Malia and Sri’s wedding. It was a whirlwind! And the coolest part was that many of the family members said, “Did you get your luggage?” or “I heard you were in Jamaica yesterday!” It was so awesome to be treated as a friend and valued part of the wedding. It just made Malia and Sri’s wedding all that much more special to us.

PS – When I win the lottery, Sri is going to be my IT manager. He has helped me through our Mac change over several times!

 

Indian Ceremony: Le Fer Ballroom, Saint Mary of the Woods College

Catholic Ceremony: Saint Patrick’s Catholic Parish | Terre Haute, IN

Reception: Le Fer Ballroom, Saint Mary of the Woods College

Makeup: Heather DeLucenay

Hair: Serendipity Salon

Flowers: Cherie Johnston

Bridal Fashions (Catholic Ceremony): David’s Bridal

Bridesmaids’ Fashions (Catholic Ceremony): David’s Bridal

Men’s Fashions (Catholic Ceremony): Men’s Wearhouse

Transportation: First Class Limousine of Illiana

Entertainment: Sound Spectrum Entertainment

Catering: Sodexo

Cake: Sweets by Emily

 

 

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  • Debbie Hoffman - The pictures are absolutely wonderful!!! You did a fabulous job capturing every beautiful moment! Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Malia - These are wonderful, Jessika- I’ve gotten the nicest compliments on them from everyone who has seen them! Biggest compliment: A friend from college told me you can look at the pictures and know what love looks like. You captured every moment wonderfully!ReplyCancel

  • Taffy - Beautiful ceremonies! Great job, Jessika!ReplyCancel

  • Randi Marie - Probably one of the most beautiful weddings I’ve seen in a long time… I LOVE your eye and how you seem to capture moments so perfectly.ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - Great job!ReplyCancel

  • Nicole - It is seriously a dream of mine to photograph an Indian wedding. The colors, the traditions, it is all just completely amazing, and you captured it beautifully!! And her Catholic ceremony dress, WOW. Gorgeous beyond words.ReplyCancel

  • Amy Straka - OH MY WOW. These are incredibly stunning. Absolutely love these. Gorgeous, clever, and sharp photographs.ReplyCancel

  • Becky Brown - LOVE these images! Gorgeous colors! Great JobReplyCancel

  • Stacy Green - STUNNING! Really beautiful captures FULL of emotion. Indian influenced weddings are always so amazing and colorful. This couple is absolutely gorgeous!!ReplyCancel

  • stacy able - Speechless!! Wow just wow!!!ReplyCancel

  • Mandy - Stunning. :)ReplyCancel

  • Megan - Wow!!! The colors from the first ceremony and her dress in the second… Unbelievable! You did an amazing job.ReplyCancel