Kamal and Sharukh

Kamal and Sharukh contacted us for the firts time just a few days before Christmas 2014. Kamal used to lived in Prague, she spent here a few years and as she said, amazing years. They are even now thinking to move to our lovely city again!

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They couple is originally from India, at this moment live in Dubai, but travelled all around the world and lived in many cities before. Kamal also wrote a few books and we are really produ of them to be our clients.

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A simple romantic ceremony, for just 2 of them, that was their wish. Old Town Hall, a few photos after and nice dinner in the evening at hotel Aria.

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Everything went really smooth until their arrival to Prague. Indian embassy decided not to be very helpful…But at the end Kamal and Sharukh got the required document and on Friday morning Kamila, the stylist, arrive to the hotel. Photographer David Potter arrived from Slovakia and at 11am we left hotel.

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Ceremony started at 11.30, it was not only romantic, but we also had lot of laugh, especially when Kamal somehow drop the ring on the floor, just before she placed it on Sharukh´s finger :-) .

Photo by David Potter

Photo by David Potter

Kamal likes carnations and she asked for her bouquet to be made from carnations and a bit greenery. Pretty unusual, but very nice, we liked it.

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After photography at the Old Town Hall couple asked to go to namesti Miru, since Kamal used to live nearby and wanted to have a few photos form the Eastern market.

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Romantic dinner in the evening finished their wedding day.

Photo by David Potter

Photo by David Potter

Kamal and Sharukh we really enjoyed your optimism, charm and live energy. Would be really happy if you move to Prague again!

PS: David Potter, thank you for photos, Kamila Simankova for hair and makeup and Frezia Fleur for lovely bouqeut. And big thanks to lovely ladies from registry office for being so helpful and Mrs. Ivana Horakova for all help with the translation.

Photo by David Potter