Dawn from Invitations by Dawn put together this infographic showing the most common wedding trends for 2014. We hope you enjoy it while prepping for your 2014 weddings.
A simple wedding in Kenya’s Maasai Mara was Serina and Manny’s dream come true.
It was sentimental and personal in that it was just the two of them (no bridal part, no parents, no friends) that made it easy to shoot, do silly compositions and be as goofy as it could possibly be. The wedding was officiated by a Maasai elder together with group of more senior elders who gave them their blessings and wished them twins later in life. Maasai Mara was cloudy this time as opposed to the hot and dusty terrain that’s normally there during the great migration.
A hot air balloon ride was yet to follow the next morning at 6:30am. There was no epic Mara sunrise as we hoped but all in all here are some of the images that made the day what it was.
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Lorin and Keshal’s wedding at Castello Di Monti in Pretoria East
A small and intimate wedding, with a lot of style and class. You guys were amazing, thank you for an awesome day!
Make-up artist and hair stylist – Alecia – www.ubella.co.za
Thank you Lorin for this email, it means a lot:
Darrell – I really cant thank you enough for making Keshal and I feel like gorgeous celebrities on our wedding day.You were wonderful with our families who are really not used to the limelight and so patient with my mom and I while we were running around getting ready. A photographer makes all the difference between a nice wedding and a truly stunning one and we can safely say that we were so blessed to have found you and able to work with you.I really hope that our friendship will grow and you will be there to document all the important moments in our lives.Kindest regardsLorin and Keshal