A wedding on the sand is the perfect way to bring about the beauty of summer and make the most out of it. In fact it was such a gorgeous day to celebrate the love of Bernard and Kath. The overflowing happiness of everyone plus the sand, the sun (even the amazing sunset!) and the sea mixed well together. Congratulations, Bernard and Kath!
To the growing number of followers and fanatics of Blacktieproject, the best is yet to unfold. Of course, with it comes a greater responsibility. *insert Spiderman*
We wouldn’t be able to give you the best of the best if not for our very talented behind-the-scenes people, their powerful moment-catcher gears and their natural drive to deliver to you what you deserve. You got that right. As you know, to have these, we need more than just inspiration and passion. We need to level up! And maybe you know by now where this is heading.
Don’t fret for this is just a heads up. We are nearing the second half of 2013 and we want to inform all of you that effective June 1, 2013, there will be new rates for our services.
Worry not because if you book before June 1, 2013, you will still be getting our present rates. So book early!
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll gladly answer all your questions!
A bride’s worst nightmare on her wedding day? Rain! Especially when it’s an outdoor wedding. Anything unexpected is something you don’t want on your special day but anything extraordinary that can happen will make the people present at your wedding remember how you still made it through and made it a memorable and ecstatic one.
That’s what happened to Shrub & Lala’s wedding! The rain poured but they went on with the ceremony. If you think about it, this is actually their first challenge as a married couple. The rain was indeed unexpected, it ruined outfits and made some uncomfortable but what we loved about this wedding is that more than the rain, the immensity of their love for each other was more tangible than the raindrops.
Cheers to a love that will still bring happy tears despite the rainiest days! Congratulations Shrub and Lala!
So how does a wedding photographer propose to the love of his life?
If you think about it, the pressure on him must have been really tough. Thoughts like “How could I make this the best one?”, “How can I make it unlike any other proposals?” and the list goes on. How can he beat the number of proposals, weddings and proclamations of love? Watch Mr. BlackTieProject himself do it!
We all know love is a universal language and no matter how you decide to do it, all that matters in the end is that you really want to spend the rest of your life with the woman you’re going to propose to.