We’re back today with a real wedding you won’t soon forget courtesy of Banga Studios and Events by C. Margi and Drew were married in a multicultural fusion ceremony on a privately owned waterfront farm in Southern Maryland. The house on the farm was built in 1867 and was the perfect backdrop for the couple’s big day!

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In lieu of a horse the groom rode in an antique Cadillac Fleetwood for his baraat! The couple had a traditional Gujarati Hindu ceremony under a tent on the farm with the reception in another tent. To fuse both cultures together they served a combination of traditional Indian as well as American dishes with a live station during lunch for fresh, delicious jalebis made on the spot!

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I adore these waterside portraits Banga Photography captured. The backdrop is so serene and the pops of color from the couple and their bridal party’s ensembles enhance the images even more!

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The reception kicked off with a true bang with a fireworks show. In addition Margi’s father made a Margi weds Drew lit sign for their guests to pose in front of- so creative!

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Thank you so much to Banga Photography and Events by C for submitting this beautiful wedding and congratulations to the happy couple!




Margi and Drew were married in a multicultural fusion ceremony on a privately owned waterfront farm in Southern Maryland.


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