May I introduce you to Mr and Mrs Walters. Last week I shared some the personal touches Amelia created to make her wedding day special. This week I thought I would share a few of my favourite images from the day. For a couple who were shy to pose for a photo, they both look pretty photogenic. I hope you enjoy these photos and thanks again for letting me share your special day.
Nothing like a double wedding to put you through the paces. Lucky for me both events were absolutely stunning and filled with such personal touches. Makes me appreciate how lucky I am to experience the day with such wonderful people. Needless to say I am in the middle (wishful thinking but) editing all these images and videos and as also in the process of packing to venture off to Doha. Busy little bee! So I thought I would cheekily share a few images from Mr and Mrs Walter's wedding day. Amelia has an amazing hand and created all these signs, cards and bunting to make her day special. You can check out more examples of the newly weds work here. https://www.facebook.com/woodrawdesign?pnref=about.overview . Congratulations Amelia and Joe.
My best friend's wedding
So I am very excited to share some pictures from my best friend's wedding. It was such a beautiful day and I feel very lucky to be a part of it. I must admit it was strange for me as I had my own job on the day as bridesmaid although I did manage to take a few pictures. What can I say, old habits die hard. Congratulations Lindsey and Shaun, wishing you both all the best for your first year of marriage.
The day before...
The day before your wedding can potentially be a stressful day frantically checking off all the last minute job you have forgotten to complete. This was not the case for Lindsey and Shaun. As we assembled at Vila Atas Ombak in Seminyak at ten am on the 27th of April we were struck the calm and beautiful surrounding of the venue. After a quick head count to see who had survived the celebrations from the previous night we proceeded with the wedding rehearsal which literally lasted 5 minutes. Enough work it was time to cool off in the pool and enjoy the day. Got to hand it to you both, lovely way to spend a day.
weekly musing from Rosalind Alcazar Photography