We are just loving the colour scheme of this Sikh wedding inspiration. A modern take on Asian-British traditional weddings, the fusion leaves us with this glorious setup! We love the shades of rouges, reds and burgundies, that work perfectly against the pale venue space. Of course, we're a little bias about the venue, Recommended Supplier, Alrewas Hayes. Oh, and don’t get us started on the styling. How gorgeous do the bride & groom look? So incredibly stunning.
Sikh wedding with Autumnal colour scheme and romantic feel
The Indian Heritage celebrates a Sikh couple having an intimate wedding during lockdown. This shoot was put together by a predominantly female team which is rare in the Asian wedding industry.
We stuck to a stunning yet timeless colour palette of burgundy, nude and taupe which perfectly complemented the venue. The story of the shoot was to celebrate the beauty of intimate ceremonies with a particular focus on the finer details as most couples will be doing so during lockdown weddings. The colour palette will suit the upcoming season of Autumn. The theme perfectly celebrates the romance of a Sikh ceremony.
The models are both Half Punjabi (Indian) so will inspire and relate to couples of a similar background. I feel as though the Sikh Community is massively unrepresented in the mainstream wedding publications. I felt like this shoot will provide the right mix of tradition, culture and celebrate being British-Sikh.
It was set in the quintessentially British Orangery at Alrewas Hayes and provides inspiration for the design led couple who want to have a small wedding. I wanted to show that small can be beautiful. After years of huge weddings in the Indian community, COVID has taught some couples that it can be.