It was a majestic wedding night once again, but this time it was different from the rest. Charles and Kara's wedding was our first time to shoot at the hallowed halls of the National Museum in Fort Pilar and their wedding opens up our very busy June weddings.
The scorching day began at the Lantaka Hotel by the sea as Kara, Charles and their bridal party started the day without minding the time and stresses of the day. It was their usual selves, more fun and laughter more than anything else in the world. The day, like most special celebrations seemed more like a reunion for special friends of Charles and Kara who came from different parts of the Globe to celebrate their marriage.
The church ceremony quickly followed as Charles and Kara rushed to the St. Joseph as both of them celebrated their vows and sealed it with a very breathtaking promises to each other.
The night was celebrated despite a slight weather anxiety at the National Museum and it was a glorious night from then on. We were astonished with almost everything that we experienced new. The party went on harder up to the wee hours of the morning as the celebration for the newly wed seems undying. Truly a wonderful night to celebrate for everyone and every minute spent was splendid.
And we always wish you in the words that Antoine de Saint Exupery once said -Loving is not just looking at each other, it's looking in the same direction.
Congratulations Charles and Kara Cawley! May you always look in the same direction forever! Enjoy your your journeys!