It’s another day and we have a whole lot more wedding so we are returning once again to the big day of Tiffany and Alex, this time, we’ve got ceremony, first dance, and party in action in this beautiful shoot from Jojo Pangilinan.
In case you missed it you might want to click here.
And SHAME ON YOU if you did you can check out part one here. However, we suspect that you were well behaved and were here yesterday; so go on you lovely wedding lover – have a little scroll.See Some More Post a comment (1)
Well you lovely lot we made it through another day of weddings and associated bumf, and your reward for sticking with us are these gorgeous visuals from the wedding of Tiffany and Alex. The pixels before you have been created by Jojo Pangilinan; an incredible destination wedding photographer.
We have a glorious get ready for you today, and if you pop back tomorrow we have a whole lot more to share from this lovely couples wedding world. And salute to the bride, Tiffany used Tiffany blue as an accent… we like the way she stylistically rolls…
No matter how gorgeous the details, it is the story of a couple coming together, unfolding before us – achingly beautiful, pixel by pixel, weaving a compelling wedding day story that moves the soul.
The photographic glory goes to:Jojo Pangilinan and the others involved are Ceremony Venue: Dallas Heritage Village • Reception Venue: Nasher Sculpture Center • Wedding Planners: Valerie and Valerie Wedding & Events Flowers: RLove Floral • Cake: Frosted Art • Videographer: Splendor Films • Dj : Mike Mahnich
We squealed, sighed and maybe even cried when we saw their pictures. Sheena and Junius are a little bit, well actually scratch the little bit… they are epic!
We love them and more than that we love their engagement shoot which has been lensed by the super talented Michelle Scott Photography. If you were able to grab a copy then you will recognised this duo from the latest magazine.
Let’s go on a sentimental journey in this glorious vintage train shoot.
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So, we treated you to part one yesterday… now we have part two for you to view, we rhymed that we are like confetti gangster rappers or something. However, this time rather than our words we have the super talented Nikita Gross, here to share more about how the shoot happened so let’s get into it:
Every single thing about Kendal and Joe’s wedding was from the heart, personal, and full of love. They spent many, many months making bird houses, pinwheels, kites, signs, a custom photo booth backdrop, and the most amazing altar I have ever seen.
They wanted their wedding to represent their fun personalities. I was was bouncing around the park like a kid in a colorful candy store admiring and photographing all of the details.Kendal and Joe decided to see each other before the wedding so we arranged a first look at the park. Joe, who is a master of all trades, was running a little behind because he had to sew a button for one of his groomsmen.
When he arrived at the park I got to witness one of the most special moments of my career so far. When Kendal walked up to Joe and tapped him on the shoulder it was like an explosion of nerves was released, you could see and feel it. It was very emotional, I had to fight back tears while shooting. They found so much comfort in each other. Their love was radiating. This is why I always encourage my clients to see each other before the ceremony.
Moments like that are what memories are made of.Though Kendal and Joe spent a lot of time curating the perfect wedding the one thing, the most important thing I remember about the day was that big, colorful love they share for each other. Their friends and family were so supportive and happy for them. It was such a treat to be around. I have been smiling so much editing these.Thank you to everyone who made the day even more special for Kendal and Joe.See Some More Post a comment (1)