Vicky & Sachin’s Indo-Anglo fusion theatre and Bollywood themed wedding, with Ayshea Goldberg Photography
Personalising your wedding can include as many or as few aspects of yourselves as you’d like… for Vicky and Sachin, they chose to include so many things they loved, and their day was full of fun and special touches because of it!
On the Friday they had a Hindu ceremony to celebrate Sachin’s heritage and traditions, then on the Sunday they had their Anglo-Asian fusion wedding (which we’re sharing with you lovely folks today). Photographer Ayshea Goldberg told me it was amazing! “They spent a lot of time and effort making this incredible. Vicky got ready at her family home and then they married in her family’s village church, then headed back to the home for a marquee in the garden celebration. The colour scheme was rich golds and reds and the tables were decorated and named for productions that have a close connection with Vicky – she’s an actress! She and Sachin work so well together and their families are brilliant. They did an incredible entrance to the wedding breakfast with Vicky and Sachin’s brothers, and each set of parents coming in to their choice of song, and then Vicky and Sachin coming in to Led Zeppelin – Whole lotta love. It was awesome and they all got a standing ovation before the speeches even started.”
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We met Ayshea Goldberg at a wedding fayre. She was incredibly approachable, presented some fantastic displays of her wedding photography, and made the whole process so easy.
We couldn’t have asked for anything more! My husband hates posing for photos and seems to lose any ability to smile when a camera is in front of him, so neither of us wanted anything really staged, yet Ayshea captured some beautiful snapshots of us throughout the day. Even the portraits have a lovely natural quality to them.
Ayshea presented a slideshow of our wedding photos to different music, and this really allowed the whole family to re-live our special day. It took me right back to my wedding day and made me want to do it all again!
Contact & Bookings: Ayshea Goldberg Photography
Wedding venue: St Bartholomew’s Church, Wickham Bishops, Essex
Reception Venue: Garden marquee, Wickham Bishops, Essex
Can you describe your wedding in fewer than 10 words? Eclectic, party-vibe, Indo-Anglo fusion, happy, colourful, dramatic, unforgettable
Where did you find your suppliers? (Blogs, magazines, recommendations?) Recommendations, Google!
What’s your top tip for saving money? Mix things at low cost to make your wedding favours
… and which elements of your wedding are you glad you spent more on? Stationery from Ricky Dicky Stationery (Leicester)
Wedding dress designer and bridal boutique: Abigail’s, Colchester. Eglantine (designer)
Accessories: Rainbow shoes – amazing comfortable – and jewelry consisted of bought and borrowed. Earrings were a teeny bit bling
Groom’s attire: Moss Bros. Morning suit.
Beautiful bridesmaids: what did your best girls wear? They were burgundy, long bridesmaids’ dresses from ‘Not Another Boring Bridesmaid’s Dress’ (Wimbledon)
Hair and make-up – did you DIY or hire a professional? My hairdresser from when I was little (local to Essex) and local make-up lady (Cinderella’s in Wickham Bishops)
Describe your wedding flowers. Who arranged them for you? (florist details would be lovely please) Adele Hudgell. The most beautiful selection of red, pink and cream roses.
General styling – did your venue need much decoration? Marquee – I styled it with theatrical props and a few hanging lanterns
Crafts and makes – tell us about any homemade elements of your wedding… did you enjoy them? I loved putting these bits together. Ebay and Pinterest were my best friends!
The wedding cake: what kind of cake did you choose and why? I had a cake of cheese because my husband and I LOVE cheese!
Entertainment: any musical recommendations, surprises or treats? Breakthrough band (based in Sussex) – Just brilliant!!
On the day tips and advice: Take a moment with your other half to take it all in and sit and watch people having fun.
What’s the best thing about being married? At the moment the feeling of partnership and oneness.
Favourite supplier list for other brides and grooms:
Videographer: Paul Desmond: www.yourlifestoryvideo.co.uk
Photographer: Ayshea Goldberg: https://ajg-photography.co.uk
Florist Adele Hudgell
Reception music: Breakthrough band (Alive Network) www.alivenetwork.com