April 22, 2014

[Indiant Wedding Site] features Philadelphia Love Session | Vanjul + Adarsh

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It is not every day that I get to do a love session after a couple has already gotten married but then
Vanjul and Adarsh showed up and made me wish I had been there for their Indian wedding a few years earlier.

I love that it has been featured on the wonderful blog, Indian Wedding Site. I am looking forward to seeing more of my Indian couples on there in the future!

Here is my take on their Old City anniversary session!

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