Wedding

Idzam + Helisa Episode 3

05/02/2018
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Sorry for the very long pause here on the blog. I had very many reasons why it took so long time to blog, but one of the biggest is that I now have another site to managed! The long due plan to collaborate with Zul from Luey Motion Lab has now come true, together we hope can create a story which focuses on travel and actual weddings documentation. Get in touch and tell us your story!

https://yourstrulywed.com/

Ok so this post is long overdue, almost one year ago I get to shoot of the most fun and excited wedding ever! It’s a long one – but I promise it’s worth it – go grab a coffee and settle in.

For me being a wedding photographer was the doors it opens to meet people from different cultures, places and backgrounds and the opportunity to travel. When two people who come from different cultural and religious backgrounds decide to get married, it’s always such a joy to see how all of the friends and family come together and take the time to learn and pay respect to one another’s cultures and traditions.

To Helisa and Idzam, thank you for trusting me and my artistry and for being open to this wonderful wedding process. Beyond that, thank you for your friendship! Thank you all for letting me be a witness to your day and capture your beautiful wedding! I wish you so many blessings and happiness in your marriage!

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