Every city and town has its own charm, a personality associated with this one place. Pune, like most other towns in India, has a rich and distant history, associated with the Maratha empire of Emperor Shivaji. Maharashtra’s second largest city, it was a sleepy town until some years ago, now made active and vibrant thanks to an influx of college students and IT and other corporate crowd. The highway from Mumbai to Pune also makes it a frequent visiting spot for those who want to catch up with friends in town or just leave the mad rush of Amchi Mumbai behind. So, your wedding’s happening in Pune – a lovely city, with a distinct Maharashtrian influence, culture and food wise. It also has some old world Continental charm left, with churches and convent schools. For your visitors, there are temples a-plenty to visit, a fort and palace too, and the Pu La Deshpande Gardens are a spot for the entire wedding party to visit. Your candid wedding photographers in Pune can get lovely photographs of the wedding party, and of course a special outdoor couple shoot too! Modeled on Korakuen garden in the Japanese town of Okayama, Pune Okayama friendship garden is a beautiful spot spread over 10 acres. You are sure to create a magical album with contemporary wedding photography at this scenic spot – wedding photographers in Pune at their best! Take your family and friends and yourselves too, to Kayani Bakery, a place that has been in existence for more than half a century, and which is most famous for the in-house made shortbread biscuits that each come stamped with a Kayani symbol and name! My dad, who grew up in Pune (indeed, my parents started their married life there!) says the biscuits are as good today as they were when he ate them first almost six decades ago. That sure says something about the place! Pune Club has been around from the time of the British Raj and retains that old world charm, and should you have a membership or a member within the family, then the lawns would be quite the way to celebrate your nuptials or hold your mehendi or sangeet or even a smaller wedding reception. There are some rather romantic spots to wed in Pune, like Choki Dhani Village, Ganga Retreat Countryside (Resort), The Corinthians, Kakade Palace and Paradise Country. Five star hotels like the Hyatt Regency Pune and The Westin Pune Koregaon Park are also the scene of many a wedding festivity. Maharashtrian culture has a distinct set of customs and wedding rituals, and photographing a Maharashtrian wedding is so special. From the outfits the couple don, to the nose ring and bride’s style of saree and headgear, it has a uniqueness to it. If you’re are, will be or once was, a Maharashtrian bride, you know what I mean!
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