It was sandy breezes, sunny seas and a lover’s seal, as soul mates John Jones and Karen Hardy tied the knot. It was not the traditional Wedding Photography but after all says Paul, “It’s not about family, it’s about two people.” These two share a five-year connection that began with friendship. Manager of an auto repair centre in Darlington, south of Newcastle, they met when John was the head of an auto repair department in the car company where Karen was a sales agent. They became friends, not imagining the breakdown of their marriages would one day lead to a new relationship. Their friendship dissolved along with the company but the two reunited over coffee in 2008 after a cold and lonely New Years when they both were going through divorces. After a few odd jobs on the divorcee’s apartment, John says a “cunning” Karen rewarded him with a meal and “She got me drunk so I couldn’t drive home. That was the start of our relationship.” From helping each other through their rough separations, they eventually moved in together but John and Karen were in no rush to the altar. But Karen’s ingenuity again came into play. After approving […]
For Courtney Ian Roger Oakley and Jennifer Efani Majumazia, a “hot” Wedding Photography in Saint Lucia was an easy choice. “It’s a dream destination; just being a place that is known to be luxurious. Saint Lucia is known for doing weddings. It’s every girl dream… if you want something nice, cosy, luxurious,” says Jennifer. Getting married in a gazebo with the lush vegetation and radiance of the tropics, Jennifer says, “it wouldn’t be the same at home.” That was only part of the many, many, many factors that made the couple choose a destination wedding. The only heat from their dream wedding came from the tropical climate, as Courtney explained, “She has quite a lot of family and friends that would have made it extremely difficult to do a wedding without a lot of fuss and extreme expense because we couldn’t invite everybody.” Family and friends of both bride and groom were able to break the ice in Saint Lucia for the special occasion that culminated a meeting on a train. From helping Jennifer, a Virgin Atlantic employee, to carry her bags to carrying her over the threshold; Courtney, a chief architect of government computer systems, has shown he knows […]
After hours talking, Amy says she felt safe with Vicky in a way she hadn’t felt with anybody. “He’s so gentle. I felt comfortable with him, I felt I could trust him...you’re not supposed to kiss a person the first time you meet and I didn’t want him to come across as that kind of person but I kissed him.