Asian Weddings

Lens2Lens Productions will create a dynamic, cinematic production that makes your wedding video an amazing one! We have state of the art equipment and experienced teams to ensure that not a moment is missed of one of the most important days of your life, your wedding day! We also feel that it is so important to capture as much as possible throughout the ENTIRE wedding day and evening to make the result a compilation of your favourite memories!

State-of-the-Art Wedding Videos Service:

Making a Lens2Lens Productions wedding video means recording memories that will last forever. Thanks to technology becoming more advanced, Len2lens services brings smaller, more light-sensitive cameras into the hands of today's wedding videographers. It is no longer necessary to have big cameras lurking in every corner to capture those important moments of your special day. That means you can relax, and so can your guests, as our experienced and reliable team at Len2lens record all those important memories! We care about the quality of your wedding videos & informal photos we take on the day, so we want you to make the right decisions in choosing who to trust with recording one of the most important days of your life!

Choosing a good videographer is difficult, it requires a professional wedding cameraman with knowledge and experience in these remarkably unique Indian wedding celebrations.

These weddings have become deeply spiritual, visually enticing, and highly complex ceremonies. They’re colourful, they’re spiritual, and they’re joyful. You need a videographer who knows how to discover those aspects of your wedding and is capable of capturing it on video for you to cherish for a lifetime.

There are dozens of significant elements to an Indian wedding that must be captured on film.

From the singing and dancing the night before, to the application of intricate henna mehndi designs on the bride’s hands and feet, and the veneration of Lord Ganesh (you’ll see a statue of him with his elephant trunk face when you enter) as the first part of the ceremony.

The second the couple meet and exchange garlands, the mandap (the canopy, representing the couple’s home as well as the entire universe) is blessed, the application of the vermillion to the groom’s forehead (the red dot), by the bride’s mother, and the bride is escorted to the mandap by her maternal uncle.

Lens2Lens capture the newlyweds receiving blessings from the priest, their parents, and elder members of both families. Normally somewhere in the ceremony a coconut is split open, and purified butter will be thrown onto the fire. The bride receives jewellery—sumptuous necklace and earrings--and red strings are wrapped around the bride and groom’s hands.

Lens2Lens Productions can grasp every significant moment of this rich and complex event. Because the ceremony is taking place within the mandap, sometimes the videographer is faced with lighting and photo angle difficulties. Some external lighting may be needed. An Indian wedding isn’t just a joining of a bride and groom; it’s a sacrament and the joining of two families. It’s a moveable feast as the family’s progress from one location to the next. Lens2Lens Production team understands what is happening, keeping up with the flow of the day, knowing when to react quickly and predict the next filming opportunity.

The bride normally like the video to capture in her traditional red sari and also in her modern bridal gown, means Lens2Lens needs to change pace from observing and documenting, to creating rapport between the bride and the camera in order to get a stunning film footage.

The team at Lens2Lens Productions understands the various regions of India, whether its Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Kashmiri, Bengali, Rajasthani, and Asamese they all have their own unique customs. Even though all are different, there is unity in diversity.

The Sikh and Jain religions are offshoots of Hinduism and the wedding customs have their own flavour. The Sikh wedding is called the ceremony of bliss. Sikh weddings exhibit an exuberant and enthusiastic approach to life which is the trademark of the Punjab where Sikhism originated. Sikh wedding celebrations start weeks before the wedding with singing dancing, exchanging of gifts between the families, and continue until the bride leaves her family home, throwing a handful of rice over her shoulder signifying that prosperity will continue in the household.

Contact us to discuss your requirements, a member of our team will forward you the recommendation based simply on your request.

We believe videoing of an Indian wedding is not enough; first and foremost it’s the style of the cameraman and the final product which becomes a valuable asset to our customers.

For pricing, see our "Wedding Collection" Package here.