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Mehendi Wedding Videography


best mehendi wedding videography in kerala

Mehndi, otherwise known as henna, is a paste associated with positive spirits and good luck. Indian Wedding tradition calls for a Mehndi ceremony to be held the night before the wedding as a way of wishing the bride good health and wealth as she makes her journey on to marriage. The Mehndi Ceremony is organized by the Bride’s family bringing together the female components of each side. While Mehndi is mainly for females, male relatives are invited to join in on the party that comes after the Bride has completed her henna. The core significance of applying Mehndi is to utilize its natural medicinal herbal treatment, cooling the body and relieving the Bride of any stress before her big day. Henna is applied to both the hands and the feet as a means of cooling the nerve - endings of the body, preventing the nerves from tensing up.

Camrin Films the Wedding Planners takes into account every aspect of Indian pre-wedding functions and celebratory events. This permits the couple and their families to completely enjoy each moment of the wedding events. From the Sangeet to the Mehndi, and the dance choreography to planning skits, we provide you with all the expertise related to various customs, rituals and traditions that make up the big fat Indian wedding.

  • Couple Poses – The Royal Shot!
  • Funny Melodramatic Moments!
  • Its Black. Its White!
  • A Walk to Remember – The ‘Chal Mere Saath’ Shot!
  • The ‘Can’t Wait to be with You’ shot!
  • Romancing the Rains!
  • The ‘I’ll take you Home’ shot!
  • A li’l Privacy Please!
  • Couple Swag!
  • That ‘Catching a Few Moments Together’ shot!
  • Status Update!
  • Wedding Vows!
  • Your First Dance!
  • The Essential ‘Just Married’ Shot!
  • The First Kiss!
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