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. . .
I'm trying to finalise Anne and Warwick's wedding pic's......Yep, that behind!! Found this little "beaut" taken by Chantal Madgwick, my second shooter on the day. Too Cute!
Things that make me smile . . . DJ Vlokkie (and his groupies), glittering disco balls, a club called 'Night Fever', Jake the wedding co-ordinator and a ceremony overlooking Pongolapoort Dam.
Trevor and Vivien chose Pongola Game Reserve as their wedding venue - and, what a spectacular setting it was. Guests were treated to a sunset cruise on the dam, whilst we drove around the game reserve sipping champagne and occasionally snapping a few pics of the newly weds.... Oh! (raise right hand to forehead and insert sigh) What a tough job I have!
Trevor and Vivien are just made for the camera - I could photograph them all day! They actually remind me a little of Kevin Costner and Katie Homes, my first celebrity wedding in the bush!
Alas, no long write up, as I will really fall short in describing what was a truly enchanting weekend. Thank you to the both of you for being so hospitable. Without further ado, here they are ....more than usual I am afraid, but we were spoilt with two hours for the portraits.
I've written my "blurb" here about Franco and Bonny ... blah blah, and then did something really brainless and it all just withered away. So now my blah blah is departed... RIP. Who needs it anyway? We just want to see the photos!
As a result, I'm feeling a little guilty, so I'll divulge a little about their day...
We were at St Johns again, which now makes it two in a row for me. It would appear my venues have become a little like buses: nothing and then two at a time, and at the self-same venue. We were somewhat restricted this time round, as most of the venue had been cordoned off, on account of a firework display later that evening. Oh, and I really must mention their wedding was AMAZING!!!!!
Bonny looked absolutely breathtaking in her dress, in fact, very vintage - so I had to play with a vintage treatment or two! We had a ray of light in the church which made some beautiful photographs, Bonny stood just in the right spot. This is my favourite of the lot, taken by Chantal.