The wedding season is upon us! Take a look at some of the most spectacular pre-and post-wedding photographs and locations from Northeast that are surreal and simply breath-taking. The most stunning sunrises and sunsets, deep gorges, swift-flowing rivers, exotic birds and animals, rich vegetation, mighty waterfalls, multiple tribes living together and many more wonders of nature unfolding beauty for us to revel in.
To get that perfect wedding frame, we bring to you some of the ace photographers and best locations of the region, which can make your wedding look like a fairy tale.
Photography by: Lalmuanpuia (Jiksaw Photography)
Lalmuanpuia is a multigenre photographer from Mizoram. He defines his style as environmental wedding portrait. Blending nature with natural or artificial lighting is his forte.
Like a dream! Chhuana and Mamuani at Hmuifang, Mizoram. The mountain is still covered with virgin forests reserved since Mizo Chief’s time. It is a two hours’ drive from the state capital, Aizawl.
This perfect setting of the afterglow was shot at Sialsuk, a picturesque village in Mizoram, 69kms away from Aizawl. This village comprises about 400 houses.
Isaac and Crystal glimmer under the lights. Wedding at Moksha Villa, Tura, West Garo Hills, Meghalaya
Photography by: Jeremy Hauhnar (Jeremy Hauhnar Photography)
Jeremy is a fashion photographer from Mizoram. He has worked with some of the top models of the Northeast. He is known for his edgy and raw aesthetic looks that he conceptualizes. Recently, he has forayed into wedding photography.
Newly weds at Hmuifang, Mizoram.
Photography by: Rashingam Ngoruh (Rashingam Ngoruh Photography)
He is an Imphal-based photographer who specialises in wedding, commercial and event photography. A well-known exponent in the art of preserving memories through photography, he believes that his profession is a never-ending journey of discovery, fun and meeting new people.
Lachumy and Sengba exchange a sweet kiss near the fountain at Ward’s Lake. One of the most popular attractions in Shillong, Meghalaya. In November, this lake is filled with cherry blossom, making it even more beautiful for wedding photo shoots.
A Manipuri bride and groom embracing love under the sun in Chuningkok, Manipur
“I do” at Loktak Lake in Manipur, the largest freshwater lake in the Northeast.
Like the King and Queen, at Kangla Palace, Manipur. The palace was situated on both sides (western and eastern) of the bank of Imphal river. But now it remains only on the western side of the bank. Only the ruins remain now. Kangla means “dry land” in old Meetei. It was the traditional seat of the past of the Meetei rulers of Manipur.
An epic shot at Ukhrul district, Manipur.
Photography by: Bonkam S Manda (Bonkam Manda Photography)
Passionate since a very young age, Bonkam from Tura, West Garo Hills, Meghalaya, started taking pictures with family’s old digital camera. Opportunity came knocking when he was hired as the official photographer for an event in Allahabad and scored his first wedding project in 2014. Since then, he has been doing event photography.
Chonkame and Cheang share happiness with their closest friends and family on a highway, enroute William Nagar, East Garo Hills, Meghalaya.
Isaac and Crystal, all sweet and playful at their wedding in Moksha Villa, Tura, West Garo Hills, Meghalaya.
Photography by: Peter Elford Thangkhiew (Reflections Shillong)
Peter is a star photographer in Meghalaya. He is the man behind some of the most-shared and talked about pictures of nature in his facebook page ‘Discover Meghalaya’, which has inspired so many people to explore the many undiscovered places in Meghalaya. He also owns ‘Reflections Shillong’ which is solely for wedding photography.
Aibiang and Ban in an enchanting post-wedding shoot at Living Root Bridge, Mawlynnong, Meghalaya.
Arindam and Donna strike a pose at Umiam Lake, Shillong, Meghalaya
Photography by: John Monsang and Iliangna Haralu (J&I Studio)
John and Iliangna are photographers from Dimapur, Nagaland. They mainly shoot weddings, but are open to any other form of photography.
A flower girl amongst in Noune Resort, located in Seithekema, a village in Dimapur District, Nagaland. This artificial lake resort spreads over hundreds of acres of land, making it a photographer’s paradise.
Suited up and looking fine! Groomsmen at Noune Resort, Dimapur, Nagaland.