Tag Archives: Weddings

Conversations with Dash: the wedding photos

I was going through my wedding snaps last night. I wanted to send a couple to my sister to remind her what a lovely day her wedding had been, how much fun everyone had had, and how beautiful she is. (She needs reminding sometimes! She forgets.) … My wise little six-year-old-going-on-old-man, Dash, was looking over […]

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Vows and wows…

My baby sister got married yesterday. It was a simple wedding, just as she wanted. Surrounded by people she loves. Who love her. By the sea. In Paradise. To her “laughing cavalier”, V. And right alongside her adorable daughter, Salina. … It was hot. Damned hot. Hot and sweaty. For the few entrusted with the […]

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Wedding Wednesday…

Long post alert – get that coffee first! It’ll be worth it! Promise… We arrive in Paradise today (Prado permitting) to help my darling little sister prepare for her wedding to V… I anticipate some fun girl-time together, as well as some of the ‘fending‘ for which my sister is renown. She doesn’t like being […]

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Sliding Doors moment: weddings or whips?

The Little Woman had a lot of influences on her wee little imagination lately. First she “attended” a wedding at which her mother was simultaneously having a nervous breakdown AND taking wedding photos. This is TLW taking in proceedings. And this is the beautiful bride and her groom ‘doin’ their thaing’ as my daughter snored. […]

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Not that kind of wedding…

You know how you go to some weddings and wonder what on earth the bride and groom were thinking? Whether they have a clue what they are getting themselves into? … Whether the smiles are forced? Whether the love is real? Whether the vows are heartfelt? … Well… this wasn’t one of those weddings… I […]

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Wedding weekend: all in the details

I went to a wedding this week. It was wonderful… filled with love and laughter and tears of joy and relief. Mostly my tears, I might add. And my relief. As the speeches began marking the end of my designated role in the day: chief photographer. I mentioned last post how that particular job affects […]

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