Aliso Viejo, CA (PRWEB) July 16, 2012
Pixel FIlm Studios released an Orange County Indian wedding sample film to the public yesterday. California state has the largest Indian population in the country, yet planning a traditional Indian wedding is still very laborious when many wedding coordinators are more accustomed to white dresses and towering cakes.
Configuring days of celebrations with detailed props and rituals requires a patience and attention to detail that comes from years of experience.
A network of Indian wedding planners has developed in Southern California's densely-populated Indian areas — San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles County — to take advantage of this niche market and handle the nuances. Many of them have trusted Pixel Film Studios with the task of documenting the day with Filming and Photography that is second to none.
“If you aren't experienced in an Indian wedding in southern california, then it can appear to be impossible to coordinate,” said Christina Austin, the CEO of Orange County-based Production Company, Pixel Film Studios. “There are so many religious details, ceremonies at different times, with different requirements.”
How the event works depends on ones faith. Northern Indian weddings are different from southern Indian weddings, and Indian expat, Indian-American and Indian-inspired weddings each have their own long list of requirements.
There's always some degree of fusion when a wedding happens outside the home country. Many do not know what the intricacies of a wedding may entail. Others have expectations about what a wedding should include, “Americanized” or not.