Let me present you the
story of Cash and Bobbie, whom I had the opportunity to meet a year before
their wedding. First there was planning and anticipation, and finally in
September we met again in Jamaica. It wasn't an ordinary wedding, but a meeting
of two families, two related cultures, and guests from several continents.
There was a dash of Nigeria, Jamaica, North and South Americas and England.
I had a chance to
spend several days with fantastic people, full of warmth, smiles, good mood,
and – what is most important – people who knew how to relish the most beautiful
day in their lives. The first evening that we spent together was a meeting of the
closest family, and the next day I spent with Bobbie from the early morning.
Thanks to the fact that Bobbie and Cash were separated with only a few floors,
I could freely move between the preparation rooms of girls and boys. Two
different worlds, women's as usual – a slight confusion and a thousand of
things done at the same time, while men's – relaxation, time passing slowly, in
their own rhythm, efficiently and with good humour.
when the time came. Cash, calm up until then, could not hide the tears when he
saw Bobbie led by her father. The entire ceremony was held in the fresh air,
surrounded by the nearest and dearest, as well as palm trees and northern
breeze. Right after the ceremony there was a moment for family photos, then we
went to have a short session in the best possible time – the sun was setting.
The wedding reception
was one big festival of toasts, good music, great fun, and I would like now to
thank the staff, who patiently tolerated the guests who were still dancing between
the tables already being taken outside after the party was finished, at night.
To sum up – a 110% success.
Two days later we went
for a short walk along the seashore, where I took some excellent family photos.
I recommend Jamaica. The people, the sun, the weather, the rum, the coffee, and
the music, to which you can really... relax ;)
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