Amori and Johan's decor pictures featured on page 142.
We are off to the coast for a long overdue family holiday. I will, for once, take a proper break and will refrain from answering emails or taking calls. (DH is smirking.....I have a habit of making these statements and then, just scanning emails to see if there is anything important, followed by, I am just going to respomd to this one, and this one, and this one.
So I am going to make a concerted effort to focus on the short people, chardonnay and beach!
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Back on the 2nd March 2009.
I will not leave this post pictureless, so here you are a few more from Brenda and Joe, I believe a few loyal stalkers "wanted more". It seems like they also loved the vintage treatment so I played with it on these.
There were no requests for The Cradle "dramatic sky" backdrop and, in fact, the one lone request was that there be NO cheese (as in cheesy wedding photography).
So, no Gorgonzola, Stilton or Camembert - once again just as-it-happens moments.
The ceremony was one of the most relaxed affairs, where for me Suzie's youngest son just stole the limelight.
I could have seriously taken him home, not the missing pink midget that's needed in our house, but what a gorgeous little character.
I was assisting Dror on this one, and concede I'm a little late with this post, but, if you would like to see more of the wedding, then please click here
Jake has a very cute habit, at the moment, which tends to bring on a wide smile.
When ever he is given a treat, like a sweet, he shreaks in the most over-exaggerated and over-enthusiastic voice.... "WOW WEE!" (insert huge excited eyes) that it makes my heart have hysterics.
While editing Trevor and Vivien's wedding, recently, I came across this one and just thought of Jake screeching "WOW WEE!".
I am not sure how I previously overlooked it for the blog selection, although, it was kept aside in a to-post folder, a little late, but, here it is. . .