June 16, 2016 / Indian Wedding Wedding
Gwinnett Historic Courthouse Wedding | Sarah & Aziz | Atlanta Ismaili Indian Wedding Civil Ceremony Previews
So after some punishing Google results, it means I need to jump back on the blogging bandwagon even though Summer wedding photography season is in full swing! This week I'm back home in New York but l...
So after some punishing Google results, it means I need to jump back on the blogging bandwagon even though Summer wedding photography season is in full swing! This week I’m back home in New York but last weekend I was down in Atlanta for two weddings, the first of which was this Ismaili Indian wedding Civil Ceremony at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse in Lawrenceville! Here are a few of the amazing preview photos from Sarah & Aziz’s Civil Ceremony to appease the Google ranking gods and help with my SEO! You can also check out this Gwinnett Historic Courthouse Indian Wedding Civil Ceremony on Facebook as well as the second wedding I photographed last weekend, Sierra and Adam’s rural Georgia farm wedding at the Farley Plantation.
These are the preview photos and I hope to have a full blog post with even better SEO soon for this Gwinnett Historic Courthouse Wedding Civil Ceremony!
This was Sarah and Aziz’s Civil Ceremony, and their full Ismaili Indian wedding will be taking place in Atlanta in a couple short weeks this Summer! I had the honor of doing their Civil Ceremony at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse ahead of their Nikkah (religious marriage ceremony) which will be part of the full multi-day wedding extravaganza! Everything was short and sweet, as you can see from the above photos. We did some quick preparation photos at Sarah’s house before heading a few minutes away over to downtown Lawrenceville where the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse Wedding is located. After a first look, some bridal portraits, and a few group photos with the entire wedding party, the civil ceremony was held in view of their closest family and friends. This wasn’t the big 300+ person Indian Wedding just yet, that’s in a few weeks :).
That’s all for now! If you are waiting on another recent Indian Wedding to show up on the blog I promise it’s coming, all those older weddings are still in the blogging queue :D. Summer is the super busy season so the first priority is to get brides and grooms their wedding photos and wedding videos… and now it’s to satisfy the Google SEO cravings with some fresh blog content!