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This is a sneak peak at Part 1 of the Highlight Video for Farrah and Ali’s wedding. We have the pleasure of filming all of the festivities for Farrah and Ali, which means we get to party down Bollywood style and capture love!
One down, two more to go this coming weekend… this Mehndi was held in Bakersfield and the rest of the party to be will be in the Orange County. So take a look at this awesome venue they picked- it’s decorated like the Blue Bayou at Disneyland- so go ahead and experience a Salaam-E-Ishq (roughly translated: Salute to Love) Bakersfield style!
This colorful, vibrant and spectacular wedding took place at the Long Beach Hyatt. Amar and Sangeeta were amazing to work with from the day of our first meeting, and we were so excited to be a part of their day. Previously this video was private, now everyone can enjoy Amar’s great Segway driving skills!
The password is their new Last Name, all lowercase!
Two days, two cultures, parties and family celebrations from morning to night – sounds like another Charles Lauren Films weekend! This highlight shows the great time we had with Kristen and Arvin – and we were very amazed to learn that their family owns Shershah’s Indian Restaurant in Marina del Rey, which we go to all the time! What a coincidence!
We were blessed to be able to participate in the events leading up to Smeeta and Subir’s wedding. We film a lot of Indian weddings, but not usually all of the activities the families get to do before. It was very beautiful and a lot of fun!
The coordinator of the wedding was Maryam Forutan from www.delicate-details.com!
Hi, this is David “Charles.” For all of the grooms-to-be out there, I have an idea for you that will sweep your wife off of her feet and win yourself a place in the hearts of your guests for years to come. After you are finished giving a thank you speech, try getting up, grabbing the DJ’s microphone and serenading your wife with a beautiful song. It doesn’t have to be the kind of song you would sing on a gondola. It would be better if it wasn’t Con Te Partiro. Try something alternative and modern, like Nealesh sang to Jyoti at their wedding in January. This wedding was also shot in High Definition.