Morning Precious! I hope you’ve recovered from the madness of black Friday. I tried to get in on the action but found it quite difficult. My server kept on crashing on me. I’ll have to wait for the January sales I think …Enough about bargains; I’ve this stunning Ugandan and Zulu wedding to share.
I get way too excited to feature a mixture of two cultures. It’s interesting to me to see that many African cultures have similarities. We are not that different after all. So when I accidentally bumped into the wedding of Kwanele and Richard I was intrigued and their images are so beautiful I had to feature them. Kwanele from Zulu heritage made quite a stunning bride in her traditional Ugandan attire for the first wedding. Although she’s Zulu I found it rather cool that she chose to wear Ugandan attire for their traditional wedding. It was a happy atmosphere, much dancing and laughter.
For their second wedding. They chose to have their portrait sessions in Jozi, Newtown. Jozi has never looked so beautiful. For a moment I thought the wedding was captured in a foreign country but as I looked closely, I realise it’s our gorgeous Jozi. Kwanele and Richard wed in a cold winter day and had their portraits session in the heart of Newton. When I look at their images I think style, gorgeousness and madly in love.
Behind the Lens
Amanda and Rodolfo of Custom photo. They describe their photography style as photojournalistic, meaning they won’t ask you for awkward poses. They photograph the REAL you and your wedding as it unfolds. Their work speaks for itself.Thank you, Amanda and Rodolfo for sharing your work on this great blog. To Kwanele and Richard may your marriage be as beautiful as your wedding. Wishing you many blessings.