Mango Studios provides a glimpse into Arati & Satish’s beautiful Canadian Indian wedding.
Their three-day Indian wedding was as traditional as it was modern. Indian weddings can last up to a week and include more than a thousand guests, but Arati and Shakti worked hard to condense the number of events and size of the guest list. Even so, their big day turned into three extra-big days, with between 200 and 400 guests each.
Favorite moments as a photographer…
Wow, where do we start? Hands down, spending three epic days photographing Arati and Satish’s wedding was one of the highlights of this summer. Everything, from their designer outfits to their larger-than-life choreographed dancing performance, was nothing short of A-M-A-Z-ING! However, among all of these grand things, what really inspired us was the connection. During those three days, we really got to know Arati and Satish and what beautiful, down-to-earth spirits they both are. As a wedding photographer, it is very important for us to tell a story of their big days that states true to who they are. We used our signature candid and photojournalistic approach to catch every emotion.
About The Couple
How they met
Arati and Satish started dating in 2010, shortly after Kanwar hired Sharma to run communications and strategy for his recently launched design agency, Jet Cooper (the company was acquired by Shopify in 2013).
How he proposed
They got engaged in July 2015, when Kanwar (a self-described obsessive planner) orchestrated a lavishly decorated surprise rooftop proposal at the Soho House. Arati laughed the whole time – she finds cute things kind of cheesy.