Dhashogran & Sunisha’s Tamil Wedding | Umgeni Road Temple Hall, Durban


I remember my first meeting with Dhash and Sunisha and the feeling of being very comfortable. I think they’re very well suited for each other and a genuine couple. Here’s a few images from their special day…

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How did you meet?
Dhash and I meant through mutual friends. If you ask him, I am sure the answer would be “in Paris” 😉

What is your most special memory of your wedding?
For me, every part of the wedding ceremony had some significance. There were many moments that will stand out but apart from the tying of the thali, I would have to say that Dhash’s speech was the most special because he spoke from his heart and I was extremely touched by the way he portrayed his love for me and our relationship.

What was the hardest part of the planning process?
This is a tough question 🙂 There were many minds involved in the planning of the whole wedding and the hardest part was to ensure a “meeting of the minds” 🙂

Did you experience any unexpected turns during the wedding process and how did you handle it?
There were a few unexpected glitches. Sometimes, no matter how much planning you do (or how prepared you think you are), God throws a few curveballs in your path to keep you grounded. It was quite frustrating but I handled the unexpected turns by trying to keep calm, smiling and and going with the flow – after all, it was our day and I did not want any bad memories to spoil it.

Where did you get most of your ideas and  inspiration from?
Surfing the net, checking out blogs, bridal magazines

Any advice for brides-to-be?
On your wedding day: take a moment, pause, and take in everything and everyone – this is months of planning all coming together. Keep smiling and enjoy the day, from the dress up to the ceremony and even the farewell later.

Looking back, is there  anything you would have done differently?
There are a few things that I would have done differently. But looking at the broader spectrum, we had a fairytale wedding and ultimately, I am married to the man I love, so everything else is minor 🙂

Service Providers:
Stage Decor, Aisles, Centrepieces |
Koogan Pillay
Catering and Event Management | Chantal of Lifestyle Decor
Flowers | Kogie’s Florists
Hair | Aunty Pat
Makeup | Shaguftha – Expressions
Video | Printfrend

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