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A Suburb Wedding :: Diana + Daniel

Life is short! That is a lesson that has been staring me in the face so much of late…and death, is sure for us all. Mid 1997, we lost our youngest sibling Felix to heart complications. He was 9 years old then. His death hurt me so much then, but as I grow older I have come to learn that He is in a much much better place than this world we live in.

I started wondering, what waits for us after we cross that uknown of life after death, and my wondering led to 2 sure results: Hell and Heaven. One or the other is a sure destination. I decided long ago, that come what may I must make it to heaven, I must again, hold Felix’s tiny hand as he welcomes me in paradise. And also see my Lord in all His glory. Can’t wait, simply can’t wait!

The bridal kicks await to be adorned by the beautiful bride.

Yes…Diana has a moment right there

Another deep moment as she gets her make-up done

One of the maids showcases…

The rest of the lovely maids in purple

Mmmmhh…the bridal car…shot taken by Faith, she is getting better than me by the day 🙁

Mmmmmhhhhh comment with held 🙂

Cute cute flower girls, always worth the photo-op moment

lovely angle indeed!

Diana checks into the church

The maid of honour was not to be left behind, looking dashing

Arm wresting lol!

Diana & Daniel getting prayed for!

🙂 Diana pockets the prized certificate, and she sure knows where to place it!

The beautiful bride does know her poses well, so to say 🙂

The classic ‘drop-top’ kissing shot never dissapoints

Checking into the reception

Dancing was in full throttle

Kid photos always steal the day, one of my favourites of the day.

Thanks friends for dropping by. Faith and I had a blast shooting this wedding in Thika and we wish Dan & Diana all the best….

As always…

‘Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope.  For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him’. {1st Thessalonians 4:13-14}