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Mungni: Indian Engagement Photography: Jamila & Jibran

Ornate henna, colorful saris, and two beautiful families joining together to exchange gifts, food and good wishes– what a delight it was for Kris and I to be a part of Jamila & Jibran’s engagement ceremony!  This is actually my first color-only blog post and I think you will soon see why…

Their first look:

Sisters 🙂

Jamila was lead in by her sisters and friends with a procession of candles and flower petals:

Their grandmothers are exchanging sweets as part of the ceremony:

Each family member circled this basket for flowers around the couple and presented them with gifts.

Jamila’s mother is giving Jibran’s brother a sweet and wishing him and his wife well.

The saris are beautiful– I could not get over the variety of colors, patterns and decoration, simply stunning, ladies!

Jibran loves the TV show “The Office”, so Jamila’s family created an Office-themed gift basket including this high-five worthy T-shirt:

“Yeah, whatever. No big deal. The hottest girl in the world loves me.” I think Jibran agrees with Michael on that one.

Jamila’s friends are located throughout the country but they met together and created a special dance for her and Jibran.

Taha’s speech was funny!  You can almost almost read it for yourself through the paper ;).

I’d love to hear what you think, please feel free to leave a comment below!

Cara LiedlichAugust 1, 2011 - 4:36 pm

So Joyful and festive! I love the colors in these photos!:)

JessicaAugust 1, 2011 - 4:38 pm

Wow, so beautiful. The veil photo and the hands photo are especially creative.

Seema QaiyumiAugust 1, 2011 - 6:03 pm

Jibran is my cousin and I was sad I was unable to be at this event, thank you so much for capturing it so wonderfully!

Shippensburg Engagement Photography: Rachel & Chris

She works at a pharmacy and he’s a high school teacher & football coach.  They enjoy shopping, sports and their dogs, most of all– they love each other.   Walking the dogs and stopping by a pond at sunset seems ordinary enough, but I think you’ll find that there is something special here:

Thanks for checking them out, I’d love to hear your comments!

Cara LiedlichAugust 1, 2011 - 1:15 am

So Creative Lisa!! Truly Unique and Original!!:)

Chambersburg Family Photography: Meet the Callaghan family

Their family is spread across the US & abroad—what to do when they are all together?  Have a family photo-shoot with kids, parents and grandparents, and yours truly– brilliant!   Swings, balloons, bubbles—does life get any better than this for little ones?

Drew= Bubble chomper

[…] gathering together to attend her doctoral commencement, I was definitely excited.  I had met her husband’s family last year for a family photo, and this year her family would be in attendance upon her receipt of her Penn State PhD.  We had […]

Pier Village Beach Engagement Photography: Kathleen & Jeff

Palm trees, wine & sparklers under the boardwalk– this engagement session was romantic, fun and the company was absolutely charming.  They enjoy the beach, going out for dinner/drinks together and Jeff proposed to Kathleen during the fourth of July fireworks (wait until you see the ring!)  What better place to Incorporate these elements than Pier Village in Long Branch?   Enjoy!

Thanks for checking out these photos– I’d love to hear what you think of them!

Katie HoltryJuly 24, 2011 - 2:20 pm

How in the world did you do the one with the heart?!?! That is amazing!! 🙂

JessicaJuly 25, 2011 - 12:33 pm

Absolutely breathtaking!! My favorite is the sparkler-heart 🙂

[…] may remember Kathleen & Jeff from their engagement session at Pier Village.  Their wedding was just as elegant and fun– they had a great party atmosphere complete […]

Philadelphia Engagement Photography: Amie & Dave

From the moment I first spoke to Amie, I felt like I’d known her for years– she’s bubbly, full of life and somehow I knew she’d wear killer heels.  Dave is pretty awesome, too–his love for Amie shines through, he comes across as a football player, but just wait until you see his ninja skills…

I love hearing what you think!  Feel free to “like” or leave a comment below! 😉

Meta SklarJuly 19, 2011 - 2:12 pm

These pictures are beautiful and fun. I am Amie’s mother and am so happy with the beautiful shots you took. Thank you.

Cara LiedlichJuly 20, 2011 - 7:18 pm

Great shots Lisa! A very unique look at this traditional photo landmark:)

Sarah GargirJuly 20, 2011 - 10:11 pm

Wow! Amie you look stunning, though quite different from how I last remembered you 🙂 Good luck in your future

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