I was a little apprehensive before the wedding as I had not met with Jason and Kate yet. Firstly I wouldn’t know what they looked like and secondly we would not have had a chance to meet and discuss the finer details of the day. It is not the ideal way to do things but sometimes that is just what happens. I felt at ease from the minute I met Jason and Kate at The Rain Farm Game and Lodge which is usually the case as all it takes is a few minutes of interaction for everyone to feel relaxed and comfortable with each other. The getting ready was easy and we ended up with enough time to get some photographs taken and to slow things down a bit which is not easy on a wedding day. The service went off smoothly with the minister offering some really wise and practical advice for the almost weds. The game drive was a blast as there were so many ideal places to stop at to do the photoshoot and we even went into the cage with the Caracals. That was a real treat as they were just like pussy cats but still had this air of danger about them. The light disappeared quickly due to the overcast conditions and the wind was making it quite unpleasant so it was a relief to go indoors into the boma for the reception. Jason and Kate started things off with their first dance and I managed to get some really cool snaps of them through the fire which was something unusual for a wedding reception. There were some comical speeches which were followed by the dinner of delicious food, thank you chef! Brendon from The Wedding DJ got the party started with some old favourites and then kept the dance floor full throughout the evening. There were quite a few party animals in the house which always adds to the atmosphere so there were plenty of comical photographs that were taken. In the end it was an action packed day and I thoroughly enjoyed the time spent with Jason and Kate and got to know them a little better in the end. I wish the two of you all the best for your exciting future ahead.