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We honestly don’t know what to say about these two…
There is too much goodness. Too much kindness. Too freaking much love to really be able to express it in words (good thing you’re about to see the photos right?)!
Tessy & Dan are the type of couple you meet once and just want to be around all the time. They are joyful and it radiates through them constantly (it is seriously 100% contagious). They are the couple you can be around for just a few moments and just know they are each other’s home and person. So take a look and absorb all their cuteness through these photographs from their gorgeous garden wedding at one of our favorite places to photograph weddings, Eva’s Garden Redhilland Thayu Farm Hotel
“People always ask me what the trends are, but I’m not a believer in trends. Individuality is more important to me, to stand out and have the confidence to wear something you’re comfortable in – it just happens. I’m comfortable wearing a suit.” – David Gandy
Today’s colorful Mnarani wedding is such a special one! Nicola and Lloyd are such kind-hearted souls with the sweetest love story. Nicola brought that vibe to her wedding day with bright pops of color and style (just wait till you see her dress)! Art is such a big part of her life that she and Lloyd decided to have their reception in a beach! Even though every detail of their wedding was gorgeous, my favorite part of their day was something small that came from the heart. Keep scrolling to find out what it was…Both Nicola and Lloyd have huge hearts, and gifting is a big way of how they show it. They share a piece of themselves (and their earnings!) with intentional gifts presented with care to those who are most important to them. On the wedding day, everyone got a carefully chosen object to commemorate the day.
Like most of our brides and grooms, they also got a gift for each other. But not just any gift. They each chose the other’s wedding ring, only to be revealed during the wedding ceremony. That meant that the first time they saw their wedding rings would be when they said their vows and pledged their lives to each other. I LOVED THIS IDEA!!!