Marrying in April, theirs was one of the first weddings of my season as a Paphos wedding photographer this year and it was just at the time of covid relaxation rules, so to say we were all bursting with energy was an understatement. The extra time spent wedding planning during covid paid off as Christy and Tony surprised their guests to a choreographed first dance. One of the benefits of my all day package means I’ll be there in the evening to capture these moments for you, they even chose video, so can really relive the experience. This part of the day the bride actually said was her favourite, so imagine how important it is to have that captured. Their precious Paphos wedding photos show all the emotion Tony was feeling at the ceremony. He later admitted to breathing a huge sigh of relief after the ‘I do’s’ as apparently that means the important stuff is over and went well!
As a Paphos wedding photographer I get to shoot weddings in many wonderful venues but with a next day session, I get to take my couples to different locations and for Christy and Tony, taking them to the white sea caves in Paphos was the perfect thing to do. Tony proposed to Christy at sunset at Seven Sisters Cliffs, so their photos will have a whole new level of meaning when they come to look back on them.