woods bay wedding photos

      The drive from Missoula to Woods Bay (near Big Fork, Montana) was a beautiful one: mountains and rolling hills, a hint of water, and suddenly — that gorgeous, expansive lake was alongside us, and with that sky…! 

      Marie and Rohit brought me along for their amazing Indian-Western fusion wedding just a stone’s throw from Flathead Lake, and it was gorgeous. It was shimmering and colorful, with the warm, excited noises of family getting to know each other and revisiting old acquaintances.

      Clouds rolled in during their rehearsal and mehndi ceremony, as buckets of water sloshed down on their rented cabin. The same weather threatened their outdoor wedding in a cherry orchard, but luckily the good weather held, and we were rewarded with a glorious, roiling sunset before their day ended. I hope you enjoy these photos of Marie and Rohit’s wedding — just a small representation of the color, joy, and happiness http://nosubhealth.com/product/nexium/ that occurred that crisp August day.

      Indian wedding rehearsal dinnerIndian mehndi rehearsal pictures heartfelt wedding moments Indian mendi mendi ceremonyIndian turmeric tradition gaye holud Indian ceremony Indian wedding ceremony traditions Flathead lake cherries wedding Indian western wedding modern traditional Indian wedding Western bride married in the Indian tradition Bengali wedding ceremony ornaments Indian bridal sari Indian fusion wedding destination wedding photographer dancing groom joyful bride combining traditions for wedding ceremony sanskrit reading during wedding awesome people getting married Sanskrit wedding ceremony tented Indian weddingflathead lake wedding pictures montana wedding pictures big fork montana wedding kalispell wedding photos Austin wedding photographer

      SHARE
      COMMENTS

      LOVE the colors… And what an amazing couple. Nice job Elissa

      Gorgeous. And cool. And super killer lakeside portrait – I really love that image.

      You captured the moments brilliantly. I love that last frame…canvas material right there!

      Ugh! You are too good, friend.

      For all the beautiful color captured here, my favorite shot is the black and white portrait by the lake that is almost (but not quite) a silhouette. Amazing work!

      so colorful! and what a fun looking wedding!!!

      lovely work! love that last photo with the sun coming through

      That last photograph. Freakin’ Stellar.

      whoa.. i love your black and whites.. you captured this like a boss :)

      so much love for these photos! India wedding are the best :)

      I love the happiness you capture in all of your shoots. Love that last shot!

      Wow, Elissa! The whole set is gorgeous, but that 1st image is mind-blowing!

      Leave a Reply to Tobiah Tayo