Sarah & Vivek: An Elegant, Multicultural Beach Wedding in Goa

by Anchal Bhatia

There is something so beautiful about multi-cultural weddings. The way they are able to combine different traditions and styles, and if done right the result can be absolutely stunning.  And this is exactly what we have here with Sarah and Vivek’s wedding at the Park Hyatt. It was a gorgeous mixing of a Christian white wedding on the first day, followed by a traditional Hindu wedding two days later. Overall, it was a one big celebration over the three days in South Goa. Add in the stunning bride in her lovely white dress and her dapper groom it was indeed a dreamy day perfectly planned.

Beach Wedding in Goa

Multicultural Beach Wedding in Goa

 

Multicultural Beach Wedding in Goa

 

Multicultural Beach Wedding in Goa

 

Sephi Bergerson wedding photography

 

Sephi Bergerson wedding photography

 

Sephi Bergerson wedding photography

 

Sephi Bergerson wedding photography

 

Destination wedding in India

The day after the Christian wedding pronounced the couple as ‘man and wife’; a simple mehindi ceremony was followed by a fun filled, energetic sangeet evening. Next day the baraat started towards the beach in the vintage car for a traditional Hindu ceremony to start in perfect timing for the sunset that made for a breathtaking backdrop for wedding photography done by Sephi Bergerson.

Destination wedding in India

 

Destination wedding in India

 

Destination wedding in India

 

Beach wedding in Goa

 

Beach wedding in Goa

 

Beach wedding in Goa

 

Beach wedding in Goa

 

Multicultural Beach Wedding

 

Beach wedding in India

 

Multicultural Beach Wedding

 

Photographer Bio: Sephi Bergerson is an international wedding photographer in Goa with extensive experience of covering weddings all over the subcontinent. He is available for wedding photography in Goa, Indian Wedding photography in Delhi, Rajasthan and worldwide.

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