Monica's Roce Ceremony

Monica’s Roce Ceremony

Monica’s Roce Ceremony was an auspicious day for her as it was a new beginning.

Goans and Mangaloreans have prewedding events called “Roce” just like the Paani ceremony

In this ceremony the bride-to-be or the groom-to-be is drenched in milk.

Coconut juice and paste of turmeric are applied on the boy’s or the girl’s hands and face. This signifies the last bath that the bride-to-be or the groom-to-be will be taking in their bachelorhood/spinsterhood.

The Roce ceremony is he beginning of the wedding celebrations. Both, the bride-to-be and the groom-to-be have to undergo this ritual in their respective homes and its celebrated with close family and friends.

You can view some videos of the different ceremonies shot by on our Youtube channel or instagram

Scenes from the photo shoot

East Indian Paani Ceremony

East Indian Paani Ceremony

East Indians (Maharashtrian Catholics) conduct a ceremony called East Indian Paani ceremony or ‘umbrache paani’.

In this ceremony all those attending go in a procession around the local village area singing and dancing to draw water from the well to bathe the bride-to-be or groom-to-be

Since there are no wells left in Mumbai, people go to one of their relative or friend’s house to bring water in a huge vessel.

The groom-to-be is taken around the village under an umbrella and welcomed back home with sweets.

Photo opportunities are multiple when we do a shoot for the East Indian Paani Ceremony.

Do not miss booking us for this event.  You can contact us  and view the other functions we cover on this link

This will ensure you can join in the fun.

Scenes from the photo shoot

Shripad's Haldi Ceremony

Shripad’s Haldi Ceremony photo shoot

Shripad’s Haldi Ceremony is a ritual for a new beginning.

In the traditional Maharashtrian Haldi Ceremony turmeric paste is applied to the bride or groom.

These can be seen in the photo clicked by our photographers.

Scenes from the photo shoot