“Just so that you know, I am going to sing when Tammy walks down the aisle,” Rob told me in passing while at the front of the Church of the Good Shepherd. I was intrigued, I have never seen a groom sing his bride down the aisle before. The music played and the flower girls entered, followed by the cool paige boys, then Tammy’s lovely bridesmaids and then came the moment where Rob took hold of the microphone and with his brilliantly raspy voice, sang his bride down the aisle, what an incredible moment. It’s times like this where I have to remind myself to take photographs and not just stand and watch in awe. Tammy looked beautiful, love filled their eyes and as the day unfolded I was privileged to bear witness to an incredible depth of love the two have for each other but also the love they have for their family and friends. Rob entertained us all later in the evening with another song for his lovely bride and then a few other songs just for fun. The forest next two the church served us well as a great spot for the bridal party to relax together after the ceremony and then it was off to my favourite seaside village, Kalk Bay. If you know Kalk Bay, then you know that by 4:30 or 5, the sun has left the little fishing village for the other side of the mountain. The light was an incredible post dusk glimmer and the harbour lights added some decoration, perfect time for Rob and Tammy to enjoy some time together, walking around the harbour wall area and then spending some time enjoying the quite stunning  views over the sea. Theirs is a wedding which will stand out in my mind, all weddings are amazing, all weddings have lovely moments and depth, but every now and then comes along a day where there is such sincere depth and love and appreciation that it leaves and indelible mark in my memory. Rob and Tam, it was a pleasure spending the day with you guys and I know that the foundation you set on your wedding day will put you in great stead for your lives ahead. { part 2 } the party, can be seen here.