I only do the occasional small wedding for chill, quirky folks, and these guys are two of the loveliest folks I've met in a long while. Congrats, Rahim and Amy, you gorgeous lovebirds. Honoured to be invited to your special day, even if my jet lag prevented me from staying late and getting hammered with you. Here's to a forever of laughs and good times. XO
I'm pretty selective when it comes to the weddings I agree to shoot (read: only cozy, quirky, intimate affairs with fun people), but I make it a rule to never do friends' weddings. Selfishly, I just want to drink, catch up with people, and enjoy myself. And last night, that is precisely what I did.
All the best to C+R, my favourite dining buddies: HERE'S TO A LIFE OF AMAZINGNESS AND DIM SUM DATES UNTIL THE END OF TIME!
I don't do many weddings at all, but when the couple is fun and has a good sense of humour, I'm game. I really lucked out with David and Ameeta, here.
And really, this wasn't a big chore: I'm easily swayed by bright colours, cultural traditions, and non-stop Indian food, so this one hit all the high notes: all weddings should be Indian weddings, really. As a big bonus, they're one of the easiest places to get enthusiastic guests out on the dance floor without pulling teeth (or shoving bottles of wine down someone's throat).