February Collage Photo Festival – Day 15

After yesterday, it is only fair that hubby takes part in the festival.

It was just after 4pm as I few a minutes late, as is the bride’s prerogative! In this photo he is listening to the registrar who is giving the reading as he carries out the ceremony. I wonder what he was thinking. Possibly that it was too late to run!

The choir remained for the ceremony and they wore typical African vibrant colours. You can just see the flowers above hubby’s head. His corsage is made of Frangipani’s. The same flower appears, amongst others in my bouquet.

After the ceremony we were taken into the gardens for the official photographs. I recall we paid the photograph extra to have the negatives of the photos, money well spent given the distance we were from the photographer.

I am not alone in having to make the downsize decision as I notice that hubby still has the suit in the wardrobe and the tie which he still wears every now and again, and has the affection name of the “Kenyan tie”

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, Pharos Tutor, lover of Books & History, Surnames, European Ancestors, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies, avid note taker and journal writer.
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2 Responses to February Collage Photo Festival – Day 15

  1. Given how far away you both were, he probably wouldn't have been too anxious about the few minutes late 😉 I agree with Kristin, the tie's the thing and perfect in a downsizing strategy, leaving room for your dress or veil 😉


  2. Kristin says:

    He looks a perfect match for your yesterday photo. The Kenyan tie would not take up much space when you downsize!


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