Hello blessed people. I welcome thee to another McDreamy 🙂 blog entry – I got that word from my girlfriend, I don’t know if it exists. 😀
Sometime last year I had the privilege of second shooting a wedding that launched my career as a professional wedding photographer. I had almost forgotten bout it till I was backing up my data yesterday and I stumbled upon it. Back then blogging was a myth to me – 😀 – so I kept the lovely pictures to myself. This wedding will remain to be one of the best I have ever covered.
Phyllis, a Ugandan, and Mark, a Kenyan, are a lovely couple and their affinity to matters photography was evident from the early morning of the wedding day. It was a garden wedding set on the plush and well manicured lawns of the Oak Place Conference Centre located off Kiambu Road, near the Windsor Hotel. A photographer could not ask for a better venue than this and essentially it is the bride who benefits.
Indulge yourself in this love story and you might notice that most of the photos are centered around the couple – well it was their day so don’t bite my head off :D.
The day started off with some sprucing up of the bride to be.
The Make up Artist was equal to the task at hand.
Here comes the bride . . . ten ten teren
The Couple had a lot of snuggly moments between themselves.
It was time to get down to the rings business!
This was the first wedding i ever saw the groom unveil the bride after (i said after) the vows. Mark i guess was super confident 😀
Next up . . . The signing of the oh so legal document.
Lovely Bride with a Charming Smile.
And the love kept overflowing from the love birds.
The wedding was well covered by a myriad of photographers.
And it was time to party.
The photo session was very steamy :). I will not say much bout it. Actually let the pictures speak for themselves.
I cannot keep quiet on this one. 🙂 One of my favorite bridal portraits ever.
The Decor was impressive.
The Cake . . . Breathtaking. I have a thing for and with cakes 😀
Are them forks Gold?
I even spared some minutes to make new friends . . . lovely sisters.
And came the moment where ladies at a wedding let down their gauntlet.
The expression on their faces tell it all. Waiting with expectation and anticipation.
And finally a classic portrait pose from the bride to crown off the day.
Thanks for dropping by and I hope you shared in the joy of this breathtaking wedding. Feel free to share the post and to leave your comments below. Stay blessed 🙂