Hello the month of love and love birds. 😉
I hope you are all doing great as I am too. This is an exciting month for me because I finally get to shoot a wedding for the first time in 2014 this coming weekend after a very quiet month of January. And that means more great images for you in the coming weeks. All glory to God for the favor he has shown me. You will also see a few changes to the structure of the blog; which is all meant to make you viewing the more pleasant.
While preparing this blog post, this song by Sinach was on repeat mode on my radio; “We are a chosen generation called forth to show his excellence. All I require for life God had given me, and I know who I am … Take a look at me, I’m a wonder; it doesn’t matter what you see now, can you see His glory, ‘cause I know who I am”. Those words are my 2014 prayer for me and ya’ll.
As promised last week, the sequel to Chichi and Allan’s Wedding Part I, the most clicked post ever on this site, hits the blog. Thank you for the overwhelming clicks and comments that almost crashed the site. Yes the site crashing is a good thing for me; it lets me know if I am doing a good job or not. 😀
If you missed Part I of this epic wedding, then be sure to check it out. Part 2 is short and sweet, with engaging detail, the spills and the thrills, loads of fun and candid moments. I will leave you for a while to immerse yourself into the images. Bon appetite.
Location || Kapsimotwa Gardens – Nandi Hills
Photography || Matt Masha & Jacquie Mwai
Entertainment || Juma Tutu and The Band
Cocktail Party || Boma Inn Eldoret
This is where we left it off at. Paparazzo on point.
The details were in abundance. Photo credit to Jacquie. I loved this little birdy. Did somebody say cake!!! Ted Mwangi and Juma Tutu rocking the house… or ground. 😀 It was time to party. Another awesome photo from Jacquie. Joy and laughter was in the air. Is it the camera or food looks this good 😉 The lovebirds in tow.Single Ladies, watch and learn. There were dancing interludes almost every half hour. These grounds are beautiful. Lovely bridesmaids. The tradition was overwhelmingly great. Energetic bride and bridesmaids. The party to the after-party was about to start.
The Boma Inn – Eldoret was our next stop for the cocktail party. My camera makes glasses look edible. 😀 Jacquie went all out at this wedding. Lovely photo of the decor at the stairwell. I agree… Love is truly intoxicating. Yvonne toasted to the lovely couple.And they obliged. The first dance. I have no words here. The party went on all night long. In a break from tradition, I decided to showcase the portraiture as the last bit. I will not even caption it. No amount of words could fully describe it. Indulge. I just have to say something bout this last one. My favorite photo of that day; tangible love.
The curtains finally come down on this beautiful wedding. I hope you enjoyed it. It certainly is one of the best; if not the best weddings I have had the privilege of shooting. It made me realize that Proverbs 18:16 can come to pass if you apply excellence to anything you do on this earth.
The wedding would not have been this beautiful without the lead roles of the lovely couple, a great and supporting family, a fantastic and fun bridal party and of course the many friends who graced their wedding. God bless you and your marriage Chcihi and Allan.