Today was a thrilling day – our Atlanta shoot at the historic Swan House was featured on Magnolia Rouge!
This was such an inspirational project, one that definitely fueled my passion and reminded me why I love what I do. I thrive working in new places with fresh faces and this team was one for the books. Everyone brought so much heart and creativity to this shoot to introduce something different to the wedding market. I think it sparked something special inside each of us…and it is such a treat to have it showcased by Magnolia Rouge.
From the article:
We have the most wonderful colour explosion on the blog today with this vibrant and non-traditional Indian wedding inspiration by SANSAARA PHOTOGRAPHY. Styled by EVENTS BY REAGAN and captured at the exquisite venue SWAN HOUSE AT THE ATLANTA HISTORY CENTER it features an unexpected colour palette of coral, blue & yellow.
Bijal & Anul of SANSAARA PHOTOGRAPHY tell us, “We approached this idea from a perspective of respecting traditions, honouring the past, while reaching for something different, more in the present. Weddings in the present day aren’t one dimensional anymore, they’re much more. They are a blend of cultures and traditions, highlighting what they have in common rather than differences. It’s that essence that we wanted to speak to. Traditional Indian weddings have lots of gold and burgundy tones, and whilst those colours are beautiful we wanted to introduce an unexpected blend of colours and textures that speak to the modern, sophisticated bride & groom.
We teamed up with the incredibly wonderful Reagan Barnes of EVENTS BY REAGAN who shared our enthusiasm and helped us bring this passion project to life. Keeping with the idea of past and present, we chose the Swan House in Atlanta, Georgia for its history, we chose the south for it’s traditions, and infused something new. We brought together fresh colour palettes with lively hues of corals, blues and yellows in the dress; untraditional blooms with interesting textures and hints of gold in the shoes and jewelery. We mixed metals and glassware with fine vintage china and more rustic silverware. Through our incredibly talented team, our aim was to show the possibilities of the unexpected.“
Thank you for the incredible team of vendors who made this possible:
Photography: Sansaara Photography | Venue: The Swan House | Florals: Ginger Rose | Printed Materials: de Plume | Calligraphy: loveletter studio | Cake: Cake Envy | Rentals: Crush Event Rentals | China: Vintage English Teacup | Linens: The French Table | Make Up: Teri-Lyn Hiroshige | Hair: DG Hair Artistry | Bridal Shop: Ladlee