For my first shoot of 2013 I was fortunate enough to be the wedding photograph
The flown-in wedding party and guests stayed at the Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton resort & spa, an all-inclus
You couldn’t have asked for a better day to get married. The sun was up and there was a nice, cool breeze keeping everyone in a cheerful mood. It was a nice and intimate wedding where everyone knew everyone and most of the people in the audience played some part in the wedding. After the ceremony ended, the bride and groom greeted their guests as husband and wife and the guests greeted them in return with loud cheers and rose petals.
The reception was held in an open air restaurant and was really fun and unique. Usually, in order to make the bride and groom kiss, the wedding guests tap on their wine glasses. However, because Josephine and Russell are both soccer players, they had the guests try to juggle a soccer ball and the number of consecutive bounces was the the amount of seconds the couple had to kiss. The longest kiss was half a minute long! There was also a cultural African performance which included all sorts of things like fire breathing and head balancing. My favourite performanc
It was a fun evening that led into late night dancing at the resort’s disco room. The following morning, we did a “trash the dress” session where we had all the guys carry the couple onto platforms in the middle of the pool and took some shots there.
It was a very awesome wedding and I am so thankful to have been a part of it. Congrats to both Russell and Josephine and best wishes