It’s such a privilege to participate in people’s weddings, it’s like a front row seat into their world, if only for a day. When culture and new traditions are part of that package it can be a particularly thrilling experience, as was the case when Nada married Mark at Kantara House. There were the usual traditions like a first dance, a cake to cut, rings on fingers, a first kiss and even a perfect chapel. There were also drums. Lots of drums! Drums that created moments of energy that made my heart race and my spine tingle. Drums at the start, in the middle and the end. At one point I asked the drummers if they still enjoyed drumming, after countless weddings and events. Do you still get into it, I asked? Oh yeah, they said.
The entire day was an exciting blur and I can’t thank Mark and Nada enough for allowing me to be part of it. Getting to see some familiar faces in the crowd was the cherry on top. Thanks so much to everyone involved xx
Makeup: Chelsea Khoury
Hair: The Bridal Hair Artist
Celebrant – Linda Upcroft
Venue: Kantara House
Styling: Everlong Events
Entertainment: AMW Entertainment