Pre-Wedding PhotoShoot in Nepal by Chinese Couple
The wedding is indeed the most magical and most valuable event of one’s life. It is the next big step in life where we decide to spend your life fully with another person. All of us want to leave no stones unturned to plan our big day and make it unforgettable. Noah and Jenny , young Chinese people, wanted the best for their big day and thus chose Nepal for their pre-wedding photoshoot to capture some romantic images talk about the wedding day.
A short chit-chat with Noah, the groom :
We are a young Chinese couple. I am an electronic engineer and my wife is a teacher. We have been together for quite a while now and thus decided to take our relationship to next level.
We first decided to travel to Nepal in winter holiday because some of my wife’s students have volunteered in Nepal and this country had left memorable impressions on them. What’s more, our wedding is approaching, so the idea of taking pre-wedding photos in Nepal came to my mind. I also knew Robic – the photographer through social media and his photographs about Nepal made it difficult for me to not visit this beautiful country.
How was the experience so far?
We had lots of fun in Nepal. We love the people, the scenery, and the food there. I was amazed by the resilience and warm hospitality of Nepali people. Despite of going through the worst nightmare, people were still smiling and were hopeful towards a better future. Paragliding in Pokhara was the most memorable event.
Where did you shoot your pre-wedding pictures in Nepal?
Half of the photos were taken in KTM and the other half were in Pokhara. The photos in KTM were are local to Nepal and those in Pokhara were closer to nature. It’s hard to say which is better. I was so thankful to Robic for choosing beautiful spots for photos. My wife loved the photos in which we were with some local old men in traditional Nepal clothes.
Nepal is a beautiful country with beautiful people. We have had an amazing time capturing moments in Nepal and would like to convey the message is Nepal is totally safe and open for business. The pictures below says it all
Photo Courtesy: Ae Robic