A Scottish-Indian fusion wedding at Woodhall Manor

Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.

Step into the enchanting world of Baljit and Alex’s beautiful Scottish-Indian fusion wedding at Woodhall Manor wedding venue in Suffolk. Nestled amidst the captivating beauty of its meticulously maintained gardens, this exquisite wedding venue provided the perfect backdrop for their special day.

Rob and Andy of Embrace Photography arrived early and joined the bridesmaids getting ready in the Secret Room. The bridesmaids all looked stunning, wearing traditional Indian Lehenga with Maang Tikka headpieces (also called Matha Patti headpieces).

As the bride and her bridesmaids hid away in the secret room, Bela Irfan skillfully adorned the bride with her exceptional artistry in hair and makeup. At the same time, Team Glam worked their magic, ensuring that each member of the bridal party exuded beauty and elegance. Through their combined expertise, the enchantment of the wedding day effortlessly came to life, forever captured by the talented duo of Rob and Andy from Embrace Photography.

Sam Henna Arts was the creator of the fantastic Henna designs that adorned Baljit’s hands and arms, creating a look that was absolutely gorgeous!

Step into the world of Scottish charm and laughter as the groom and his groomsmen embrace the tradition of kilts for the first time. Twists and turns accompanied their journey into the Scottish garb, adding an element of fun to their preparations. Amidst the captivating beauty of Woodhall Manor wedding venue, this group of friends shared unforgettable moments, capturing the essence of their joyous celebration.

Two bridesmaids getting ready and wearing Matha Patti (maang tikka) headpieces.
Beautiful photos showing Indian bridal preparations along with stunning henna designs on her hands.
Indian wedding photos of the bride with stunning henna designs on her hands, wearing bridal Choora (bangles) with a beautiful gold maang tikka headpiece (Matha Patti headpiece).
Scottish groom being helped in getting ready for his wedding.
Two groomsmen having fun in their kilts whilst getting ready for the wedding ceremony.
Groom and his best me in full tartan garb ready
Father of the bride arrives wearing tartan garb
The father of the bride getting his first look at his daughter in her Indian Lehenga Choli wedding dress.

Even the father of the bride wholeheartedly embraced the beautiful blending of cultures and adorned an exquisite kilt, accentuating his debonair appearance. His thoughtful gesture extended to a chilled bottle of sparkling bubbly for the radiant bride and her joyful bridesmaids, adding a touch of effervescence to the celebratory atmosphere.

With the bride impeccably prepared, the moment arrived for a heartwarming ‘dad reveal’ for the father of the bride. In an exquisite capture, his emotions were forever preserved, encapsulating the essence of that cherished instant.

With the luxurious landing area as their backdrop, the couple indulged in a few precious moments before their ceremony, capturing timeless photos of their wedding day. Carefully keeping them apart from each other, the soon-to-be newlyweds took full advantage of the stunning scenery.

Every magical moment and smallest detail was beautifully captured by the talented photographers, Rob and Andy from Embrace Photography. They also skillfully employed drones to capture the full beauty and essence of this remarkable East Anglia wedding venue.

As the sun bathed the outdoor area under the Dovecote, over 100 guests witnessed a harmonious blend of traditions, with the ceremonial exchange of flower garlands and the symbolic ‘tying of the knot’ inspired by the Milni ceremony.

Rebecca (Bex) Waldron, the incredible celebrant from White Rose Ceremonies, gracefully conducted the heartwarming ceremony. With her remarkable skills and expertise, she flawlessly guided the couple through their vows, creating a truly memorable and magical experience for all.

Bex’s warm and inviting presence added an extra touch of joy and love to the ceremony, leaving everyone in awe. The couple couldn’t have chosen a more perfect officiant to unite them in matrimony. White Rose Ceremonies truly made this special day an unforgettable celebration of love and commitment.

Beautiful Indian bride wearing a detailed red Lehenga Choli outfit with Henna decorated hands and arms wearing matching Choora (bangles).
Scottish groom wearing his full ceremonial tartan
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Aerial drone photograph of Woodhall Manor wedding venue, showing off its beautiful gardens and outdoor ceremony area.
Father of the bride escorting his daughter down the aisle on her wedding day
A wedding ceremony taking place between Indian bride and Scottish groom at Woodhall Manor, Suffolk
Guests looking at the bride during an outdoor wedding ceremony
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Bride and groom are blessed by the brides grandmother
Bride and grooms hands during their wedding ceremony
The just married Bride and groom walk down the aisle in an outdoor ceremony

The air was filled with the sweet aroma of flowers from the sumptuous displays provided by ‘Tiger Lily Flowers’. They provided a visual masterpiece framing the wedding party throughout the ceremony.

After the wedding ceremony, there was time set aside for some more formal photographs of family and groups after which Embrace Photography whisked the bride and groom off for some stunning photographs of just the two of them, taking full advantage of the breathtaking gardens and scenery that Woodhall Manor has to offer.

As the moon cast its gentle glow over the lively celebration, Rob and Andy were determined to capture every moment of the joyous occasion. With cameras in hand and hearts filled with excitement, they weaved through the dance floor, immortalizing the laughter, the embraces, and the unforgettable memories.

Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.
Detailed photo of the bride and groom's wedding band with a buttonhole in the background.

Suppliers

Venue: Woodhall Manor, Woodhall Drive, Sutton, Woodbridge IP12 3EG
Website: https://woodhallmanor.com/
Instagram: woodhallmanor
Facebook: WoodhallManorSuffolk

Civil Celebrant: Rebecca (Bex) Waldron
Website: https://whiteroseceremonies.co.uk/
Instagram: whiteroseceremonies
Facebook: WhiteRoseCeremony

Henna Art: https://www.samhennaarts.co.uk/
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Bridal hair/makeup: https://www.belairfan.com/
Instagram: belairfanmua
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Bridesmaids hair/makeup: https://www.teamglam.com/
Instagram: teamglambridal

Flowers: https://www.tiger-lily-flowers.com/
Instagram: tigerlilyflowerssuffolk

DJ: https://maxmarcusevents.co.uk/
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Facebook: MaxMarcusEvents