The lead up to Jagdeep and Nelson's wedding as with many Indian weddings started the week leading up to the wedding weekend at Middleton Lodge. Jagdeeps parents were hosting friends and family and the Sangeet took place the day prior to the wedding ceremony, this included a Mehndi Ceremony organized by Jagdeep's female relatives. At the ceremony a Mehndi Artist uses henna which signifies positive spirits and good luck, to create designs especially for the Bride and her guests, these can include animals, nature elements and Hindu Gods. One of the reasons for the henna is to utilize its natural medicinal remedies to cool the body and relieve the bride of any stress before her big day. As you can see from the images Jagdeeps Henna designs were very beautiful and intricate.
The Wedding Day
Jagdeep and Nelson's guests came from far and wide to celebrate to join them for their more English celebrations at Middleton Lodge. As you would expect the day was very colourful with amazing outfits and head attire. We were blessed with amazing weather and the lawns at Middleton Lodge were the perfect setting for their drinks reception. The guests moved into the Marquee for the drinks reception and speeches, followed by dancing which was a mix of Indian and English. It was lovely to see the fusion of cultures and everyone on the dance floor joined in with such enthuisiam. The guests were then treated to a spectacular firework display.
As always many thanks to the whole team at Middleton Lodge as the day ran seamlessly
Jagdeep & Nelson's Middleton Lodge Suppliers
Wedding Venue - The Main House, Middleton Lodge
Makeup Artist - Zoe Johnson
Hair Stylist - Sam from Tint, Leeds
Wedding Dress made by - Rimple and Harpreet
Wedding dress Supplier - Aashini & Co Notting Hill
Wedding Flowers - Eliza Blooms
Wedding Cake - Where the Ribbon Ends
Stationery - Noble Fine Art
Musicians _ Playhouse Trio