There is something beautiful about the small in between moments that happen in all wedding Ceremonies. When it comes to Indian Ceremonies I find that the life we see unfolding before us between families that are so interconnected in everyday life is magnified in the multiple days of events leading up to the joining of their families for life. Because we spend so much time with them we are able to better anticipate things happening. I am a strong believer in making sure my team and I capture these moments as they unfold with very little disruption to the actual event. In the case of this beautiful moment our South Asian Bride Jyoti is tying Vishaal's wrist with a bracelet during a time of games after the ceremony. This usually happens before the main reception and is a time of great fun in Indian Ceremonies. I specifically found a view point that would allow me to see what is happening while not blocking the people behind me. I sat down as a guest would and captured the feel as people who actually attended the event were seeing it. I specifically like to catch things happening in a very journalistic way so that I people get a real feel of things happening.Memorial Day Weekend 2014 (75).