Nancy and Robert’s Wedding is one compelling love story, married for 10 years, they returned home in Kenya where Nancy hails from to Celebrate their 10th Anniversary in style. Join us as we journey through their unique wedding.
The serene compound and the stillness in the air, was a clear sign this was going to be a classy wedding.
Fine Accessories accompanied the bride and groom wear to bring out the elegance
While Robert gave himself a clean shave
His best man and very good friend blowdried his hair
Those lovely shoes deserved another shot
The Best maid was on hand to take of both bride and baby.
The Wedding Ceremony was held at Green Lane Park, Karen. Local and Internatonal guests graced the occasion.
Vivian sister to Nancy serenades ” A woman in Love” as bride walks down the aisle
That look expressed love and affection
Even this whisper did not escape our eye for detail
Robert struggled to hold back his tears of joy…
…but finally gave in with an out burst of joy that couldn’t be expressed even in words…
An old German wedding tradition is performed as a symbol of love between the bride and groom . A bed sheet was strung up and a large heart shape painted to the front of it. The bride and groom each get a pair of scissors and had to cut around each side of the heart and meet in the middle. The groom then has to carry his bride through the heart.
Nancy and Robert hosted their bridal party and guests to a warm reception. The street legends band entertained the guests as they were served a sumptuous meal.
One of the most awaited part of the wedding was the cutting of the cake, mouth watering even from a distance.
The cake was an assortment of different flavours
Nancy and Robert shared cake to each other to symbolize the mutual commitment to share and provide for each other.
The best man’s toast
Son cheered them on…
They joined in too…
She chose to watch from a distant.
62 year old Best Man seemed to tell Robert well done !!
Son, daddy moment!!
Lovely breath taking wedding story of Nancy and Robert. The wedding planning was done by Emily Murungi of Greelane Park.
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