This pre-wedding photoshoot in Qatar will steal your hearts with its versatile beauty that ranged from golden dunes to a sleek cityscape!
Expressing a plethora of emotions and the love they share, aviation professionals Parul Chaudhary and Nishit Kapadia’s pre-wedding photoshoot in Qatar was playful, romantic, and serene. Flanked by the golden dunes, the natural beauty of lush gardens, and the sleek cityscape, each picture in this photoshoot aptly captured the vivacious nature of the couple and gave them memories they can cherish forever.
Sharing how they first crossed paths, Parul says, “Nishit and I first crossed paths on a flight where we shared friendly banter. Over time, we slowly became fast friends and eventually, love bloomed.” For a pre-wedding photoshoot, the destination is of the utmost importance, and with Qatar’s versatile landscape as their canvas, Parul and Nishit let their creativity run free. Parul shares, “Doha in Qatar was where we first met on the flight and this city is extremely close to our hearts. Due to our professions, we’ve spent over ten years in Doha and it’s akin to home for us. Doha boasts of a variety of stunning backdrops and added a dash of uniqueness to each picture in the shoot. We had an amazing time as we explored the city together and expressed ourselves freely in these stunning surroundings.”
Be it strolling on the sand dunes hand in hand sheltered by the cloudy sky, watching the colorful boats sail by on the sea, rambling around the palm trees, or relaxing by the shore overlooking the awe-inspiring cityscape, Parul and Nishit had a gala time being themselves in a city that has embraced them with open arms. Peppered with dramatic candid and casually romantic shots, the photoshoot reaffirmed their love while refreshing their senses.
For to-be-wed couples intent on a memorable pre-wedding shoot, Doha leaves them spoilt for choice with its sheer variation. Nishit reflects, “Doha has so much to offer! Historic architecture, modern skyscrapers, breezy promenades, beaches, dunes, malls, and souks. We had no dearth of good backdrops and also had a great time exploring the nooks and corners of the city.” He advises, “The Museum of Islamic Art is located at one end of the seven-kilometer long corniche and it’s safe to say that it is absolutely stunning. The museum is built on an island and is furnished with plush marble arches and floors that look absolutely majestic. If you’re in Doha, you must take a picture with this architectural marvel in the backdrop.”
Photography: Yogendra Parmar Photography