Natasha | David | The Zoroastrian Wedding

Well I must apologies for the delay in posting this wedding ( beyond my control ) but hopefully worth the wait. The chance to shoot 2 completely different ceremonies in one day was seriously exciting, heat what heat?? the venue was the amazing Weddings at Posada del Torcal and a big thanks to karen and the team for making us all feel so welcome, so many great people contributed to the wedding a thank-you is below.

The first ceremony was a catholic service in the town of Antequerra the presence of several men in uniform, shades and carrying swords ( and eating ice-cream, sorry if that spoilt the illusion, see slideshow) caught everyone’s eye and was a wonderful ceremony, a quick dash back to La Posada before a quick change ( and time to cut the surgeons hand, spot the band-aid ) before the Zoroastrianism ceremony, I have been lucky enough to photograph weddings from many cultures in man countries but never have I seen one with such amazing colour, and please don’t be alarmed by the image below Natasha was totally unharmed by the coconut.

I think by this stage I have lost track of the changes of dress but the day continued with a fabulous dinner on the terrace before dancing long into the night, wow what a day, a few of my faves below and a huge thanks to Jenny for her great second shooting as usual. Lots of people were involved in making this a very special wedding and they al deserve enormous credit.

Jose, JH Productions
Kathryn Parr Hair and Makeup
Jenny the Spanish Wedding Planner
Reviva Weddings

A few of my faves and a must view slideshow above.








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