Watercrest Garden Estate Pretoria – I guess the real compliment a photographer is not only being asked to photograph a wedding but when you’re flown out to another country to photograph a wedding. The couple are willing to pay for your flights out to capture their day for them. They love your work so much. Its a true privilege to be asked to photograph a wedding, it really is and whether I’m flow out to another country or not is no different on how I shoot or the 150% effort I put into it. This wedding was special, as they’re all are but what made this different was the level input they put into their day to make it special. Surrounded by close family and friends, in an ideal location at the Watercrest Garden Estate, Pretoria, was the makings of a truly special day. I mean, the service given by the two fathers, how amazing was that. Then in the middle of the service they sat down and went through a brief history from when they first met in school, college, to how he proposed. I don’t think there was a dry eye in the chapel. Even I had a lump in my throat, not good when you’re trying to photograph!!! A lot of emotions were running very high, both sad and happy. Jessica had just buried her brother only a few months back and thus the little reminders of the motorbike on her dress and I know he was looking down on her with such pride and joy for them both. But what a day it was. A s I said, it was a privilege and honour to capture your day for you guys, have a great life together. Below is just a snippet of the day, I struggled to keep the image count down.