Every wedding that I have done holds special memory but ask any photographer and they will tell you that there are some that are extra special. This was one of those weddings. One of the reason I say this is because of the relationship myself and the Bride built in the time running up to the wedding day. There are not many Brides out there that could say that instead of chatting about the wedding photos we would message each other in the middle of a World Cup Soccer game and say ‘That ref. was out of order!!’ Fantastic! I loved it! And because of that we came to an understanding of one another and a sense of comfort when the big day finally came. I say this often and I will say it again … having a good rapport with your client is vitally important.
Lately, I have been asking my clients to send me their ‘how we met’ story. I feel it adds a personal touch to their blog post. This is Kerstin and Darren’s story . . .
Darren was friends with my brother’s best friend, they became friends in Standard 6 as they had a mutual friend. We had met a few times while he slept over at our house , but it wasn’t TILL AFTER SCHOOL THAT we became interested in each other. It was one night, that myself and my friends were out, that we noticed how “nice” Darren was looking. After an invite to his 21st and an attempted set up by a friend which failed, we then went to the Beer Fest they use to hold at Beacon Bay Country Club. It was there that Darren decided he was going to buy myself and my best friend (maid of honor) Kerry-Ann drinks the entire night.… Well the following day I hadn’t heard from him so I decided to take things into my own hands and I sent him one of those forwarding messages and then the following day I got an invite to go for a milkshake at Windmill and 9 years later it was the best invitation I had ever accepted. Last year May, Darren took me to Trennerys where he proposed.