St. Lucia Wedding Photographer

April 16, 2016

The 10 Wedding “Rules” to Break in St Lucia

Wedding Photography St Lucia Wedding Photographer by Molly Guy It’s 2016 and your mama’s Wedding Photography is officially a thing of the past. I’m the first to condone any ritual involving love, but some of the wedding traditions out there these days are practically voodoo. Closing your eyes and tossing flowers to the crowd in hopes your college roommate cat lady will catch it? The robotic processional walk to “Pachelbel’s Canon”? The rose petals strewn across the duvet enticing you to slither upon it in slinky lingerie? Methinks not. At its core, a wedding is a raw, essential celebration of true love. Anything that detracts from that . . . well, it detracts from that. Plus, every good Stone Fox knows that rules are meant to be broken. Toss your 10-foot veil to the wind, set fire to the monogrammed matchbook party favors, and stroll down the road to wedded bliss with reckless abandon. Be the bride who says, “I did it my way.” Here, 10 tips for breaking the mold. Say “I don’t” to:                                                                                              Photographed by Arthur Elgort, Vogue, June 2009 Rings Historically, they were there to let the world know you were the property of your big strong husband, […]
February 4, 2011

ON A GUMMY AND A PRAYER

Wedding Photography Etajh and Zayne Johnson’s Wedding Photography may have lacked the drama normally associated with the day but for them it was exactly as it should be. “What made our wedding so special was that it was so intimate,” says Zayne. “There was nobody there we didn’t know. The most important thing was having family there. Family and close friends.” Officiating was Pastor Charles, also known to Zayne and her family from her church, Castries SDA. The young bride, turned 24 the day before her July 4th wedding, making it easy, says her husband Etajh, to remember the wedding date. Zayne is a recent graduate of the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC), where she met Etajh. Also 24, he is an interim pastor in St. Maarten and works with the North Caribbean Conference of Seventh Day Adventists. Etajh graduated a year before Zayne but they had already formed a strong bond. “The very first time I saw Zayne was on the steps of my dorm… looking lost. She was a freshman and I had been there before. First time I spoke to her? She was walking from the library to the female dorm and I said hi.” Etajh […]
November 23, 2010

Surprise!!! We’re Getting Married! In St Lucia!!!

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 […]
November 11, 2010

Angel & Tom Berry – Soul Mates’ Second Time Around

“The bottom line is that I always get the final word,” laughs Angel. Tom joins in the laughter and adds, “I love everything about her...and she’s always right.”