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  • These are the Best Bengali Wedding Photographers

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    Our Country is known for its ethnicity and culture. And one of the states of India, which is famous for its heritage and traditions in West Bengal. Just like their culture, wedding ceremonies are fun-filled. There are so many rituals and ceremoni...Read more

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    Uttam rai2 hours and 44 minutes ago

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    Binitaaaa19 hours and 36 minutes ago

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    Loved the work.. The team work is very good and their well behaved coordination impressive.. .. And also quality of photo and video is perfect.. Overall good performance 💕💕 Thank you to the Team..

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    Behaviour is good,friendly, value for money. The final images exceeded our expectations and were delivered promptly. Photos were beautifully composed. Their friendly demeanor and clear directions made the session smooth and stress-free. Overall okk. Highly recommend.

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    Hire Bengali Wedding Photographers @WeddingBazaar

    Hiring the best photographer is important because we all want our special memories to be preserved. Even today, we feel so overwhelmed when we see pictures of our childhood. So why not capture the biggest day of your life so that years down the memory lane, you can always remember your important moments. 

    We at WeddingBazaar, have made sure to provide you with the best Bengali wedding photographers. Seize the memories and moments with your wedding photographer. But before starting the preparations of choosing from the  Bengali wedding photography packages, you need to take care of a few things. 

    If you are still wondering where to hire the best Bengali wedding photographers, don’t forget to check our Bengali wedding photographers hiring a guide. There are certain things you need to keep in mind before searching for Bengali wedding photographers' costs. 

    What are some of the Bengali Rituals and Traditions

    Bengali culture is considered to be one of the richest cultures in India. With time, regions tend to lose the authenticity of their culture by blending with the modern era. But Bengal has always kept its heritage alive. Famous for the soothing music, delicious cuisines, and beautiful red-white saree, the Bengali weddings are also super unique. 

    You will see the festivities of a Bengali wedding going for days. The vibrant colors can be seen in a Bengali wedding which makes it eye-pleasing. It is a perfect fusion of traditional rituals with a modern touch. The Bengali weddings may not be lavish or extravagant, but the intricate details are always kept in mind because of the rituals and traditions. 

    The preparations for the Bengali wedding start months before the main day. The pre-wedding functions start with the ceremony of Aashirwad where both the families meet and formally accept each other. Husked rice and trefoil leaves are put on the heads of the couple. And family members gift gold ornaments as a token of love. 

    The next ceremony is Al Budo Bhaat, popularly known as a bachelor/bachelorette party. Both the bride and groom celebrate the last few days of singlehood with their irrespective friends. In some families, the bride is made to wear the Sankha (bangle made from Conch Shells) and Pola (Red coral bangles) before the wedding day. The bangles are a sign of marital bliss. This ceremony is known as Sankha Porano. 

    The mother of the bride/groom with other women of the family fills a pitcher from the nearest water body. The water is used for the Haldi ceremony. This is called Jol Sowa. Then early in the morning on d-day, the bride and groom have to eat a meal (Sweet curd, rice flakes, bananas, sweets). The couple is expected to fast for the rest of the day.

    For the Haldi ceremony, Gaye, holud, turmeric paste is prepared from fresh turmeric and is applied to the groom’s body. The rest of the turmeric is sent to the bride’s place along with the outfit for the ceremony. The water stored from the water body is used for the snan. 

    On the wedding day, the bride enters with her brothers who carry her in their hands and take seven full circles. They make sure to drop the bride to the altar. This ceremony is known as Saat Paak. The bride covers her face with betel leaves before entering and removes them after entering the altar. The groom and the bride steal the first look of each other at that time. 

    After this, there are ceremonies of Mala Badal (Jaimala exchange), Sampradan (Kanyadan), Yagna (Sacred Fire), Saptapadi (Saath Phere), Anjali (Offering made by souple) and Sindoor Daan (Applying Sindoor). 


    Bengali Wedding Photographers Hiring Guide.

    Things to consider before booking Bengali Wedding Photographers

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    How Does this Work?

    WeddingBazaar is a platform where we provide our audience with the best vendors to plan their wedding. We assist couples who are in need of wedding planning services. We have more than five hundred wedding photographers listed on our platform from where you can choose the best according to your requirements. For every budget, from low to high, we have multiple options. By simply adjusting the filters, you can choose from various Bengali wedding photography packages. When asked by the couple, we check the profiles of the wedding photographers, know about the reviews by their previous customers, see their experience and examine the quality of their work. We give suggestions by comparing the profiles according to your needs. 

    Mistakes to avoid while Hiring a Bengali wedding photographer


    Frequently asked Question About Bengali Wedding Photographers

    Q - How to compare Bengali wedding photographers?

    Before choosing the Bengali wedding photographer, go through their past work. Always check their portfolio beforehand. Read the reviews from their previous clients. Know the abilities of your wedding photographer. The types of equipment they use, their techniques, their innovative ideas and types of packages. Have a look at their different shoots to see the variety like wedding photography, pre-wedding photography and candid photography.

    Q - How does WeddingBazaar help me book the best Bengali wedding photographers?

    You can find 100+ Bengali wedding photographers at WeddingBazaar. According to your budget, you can choose the best one by comparing it. Once you decide and ask for a quote, a WeddingBazaar wedding manager will be assigned to you, who will help you in choosing the best Bengali wedding photographer according to your requirements. The manager will make sure you get the best deal at a reasonable price. He/She will help you with booking and negotiating the prices. And the best part is that there are no extra charges for this service.

    Q - What are the latest trends in wedding photography?

    Nowadays, pre-wedding photography is one of the latest trends. Couples prefer to shoot with trendy poses and outfits, a few weeks before the wedding. It can be at a particular location in your city or a destination pre-wedding photoshoot. Drone photography and videography is also a new and latest trend. You can also have shots with props. If you still want to know more about the latest trends in wedding photography, check our blog section for more information.

    Q - What are the average cost of Bengali wedding photographers

    The photography cost depends on various factors. For example the type of photography you want, the location of the venue, number of days and the equipment requirements. But Bengali wedding photographers' cost can start from just Rs 8000. We suggest you check various profiles at WeddingBazaar. Compare the Bengali wedding photographers and choose the best one.

    Q - Why Hire the Top Bengali Wedding Photographers through WeddingBazaar?

    WeddingBazaar has been in this business for quite a few years now. We have always aimed to provide our audience with the best assistance and quality services. The experience of our customers has made us number one in the market. We have a handpicked list of the Bengali wedding photographers. After doing multiple quality checks and verifications, we suggest them to our customers. And we promise to guide you through every step. We will make sure that you find the best Bengali photographer which suits your needs the best.

    Q - What should I discuss with the photographer before booking?

    Start with the types of photography you want. Choose from candid photography, videography, Traditional photography, etc. After deciding the type of photography, inform about your requirements regarding the types of equipment. For many how many days would you require the service, tell that too? And when you are done discussing your needs, shift to the foremost step i.e negotiate the budget. Don’t forget to tell your Bengali wedding photographer the dates of the ceremonies. Also, make sure the photographer is available for the required time period. Give a brief about all the ceremonies that will take place during the wedding time. We don’t want your photographer to miss anything by any chance. To avoid the last-minute confusion, tell your Bengali wedding photographer about every ritual beforehand.


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