Traditional Hindu Wedding in Birmingham  –
Zeena and Divesh 

A meaningful and colourful wedding, surrounded by the love of the bride and groom. Zeena and Divesh wanted a big celebration and that’s exactly what they had! 5 days of rituals, ceremonies and family coming from all over the UK and beyond to celebrate with them.


Ragley Hall is set in the grandeur of a 5,600-acre estate, at the heart of Shakespeare’s England, is the Georgian pillared house. Designed by Robert Hooke in 1680, Ragley is the family home to the 9th Marquess of Marchioness of Hertford and their children. The atmosphere of a lived-in a family home is evident throughout the eclectic collections at Ragley to the welcoming atmosphere the hall embodies.


Her wedding dress, the beautiful features in the venue, their culture, and the colours, created a beautiful wedding day for the bride and groom. Their Hindu wedding was a wish come true. Every moment and every setting came together to create the perfect wedding photos of their wedding day, their love for each other created special wedding photos they will always cherish. Fill out our form today, and let’s create beautiful photos of your wedding day!


If you’re not familiar with what happens at a Hindu pre-wedding ceremony, it’s worth noting that before the actual wedding celebration, close friends and family of the bride and the groom have separate ceremonies, much like westerners have stag and hen parties. But that’s where the resemblance ends, as Hindu pre-wedding celebrations have a much more religious and traditional significance to them.

It was an honour to be invited to document both Zeena and Divesh’s Hindu pre-wedding ceremonies, as this part is usually a very intimate event, mainly for close family and friends.