Featured Bengali Wedding Ceremony: Roseate and Samrat

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Today we are featuring a super fun wedding of Rose and Samrat by Katie and Joshua Studios.

Rose, born in Fiji, and Samrat, in Houston, first met on a blind date. Five years later they got married in a traditional Bengali ceremony. The wedding celebrations were a three-day event full of love, laughter, and colorful traditions. Friends and family were a big part of the couple’s wedding.

Rose wore a beautiful sari from Kolkota, and Samrat donned the traditional Bengali Dhoti/ Kurta (outfit) and Topor (headgear). Both bride and the groom had special traditional make up for the ceremony.

Some of the video highlights:

* Love how Rose and Samrat talk ecstatically about their story while leaving from the wedding ceremony.

* Bengali Weddings have all aspects of a Hindu Wedding Ceremony, and some more. From the sounds of conch shell to the ululation by women attending the wedding: Rose and Samrat’s wedding had all the traditional elements of a Bengali Wedding Ceremony.

* In traditional style, Rose was carried to the ceremony on a low stool or pidi her face covered by paan or betel leaves, by her brothers/ male cousins. This tradition is also known as Saat Paak, as the bride is taken around the groom on the stool seven times.

* This wedding is full of beautiful emotions: while you can hear the joy and happiness in the voices of friends making toasts to the couple, you can see the tears in Rose’s mothers eyes during the vidaii.

We loved this video by Katie and Joshua – Hope you do too!


Cinematography: Katie and Joshua Studios

Venue: Bear Creek Country Club in Woodinville, WA

3 Responses to “Featured Bengali Wedding Ceremony: Roseate and Samrat”

  1. Hi Neha,

    We absolutely love the post. Thank you so much for featuring our cinematic film of Roseate and Samrat.

    -Katie and Joshua

  2. neha says:

    Dear Katie and Joshua,

    Thank You and It’s our pleasure! The video is beautiful.

    — Neha

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