Father of the bride with his daughter's wedding guests hanging out, seated on the side walk, like the wedding photographer saw them.

When the wedding in Nazare belongs to everyone, even the photographer

WE DID IT ALL by THE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER 

Father of the bride with his daughter's wedding guests hanging out, seated on the side walk, like the wedding photographer saw them.

When all the family does it, it is more close to the heart. I found that at the wedding of Jade and Neil some time ago, in Nazaré When I got to the place of the party, and noticed that it was in the square of the neighborhood, in front of the house of Jade´s parents. It was the door of the house directly to tables and chairs, which was a very good thing for the logistics of the event. I noticed a much more naturalness from the guests, it seemed that all of them were at home which was a very good thing for the wedding photographer when chasing the photos he liked so much to catch.

I chose these few photographs just to show that, although simple, it is possible to build a place to celebrate and where everybody is feeling so good and with a very nice connection between the presents. Even the wedding photographer helped, here and there to carry a table, a chair, or some dishes to meet the needs.

It does not happen so much, but I always felt that, when this happens, I find a more sense of sharing and giving that exists in any wedding. In those, we can find a mutual attraction between the couple and guests. This makes a wedding party with a mood, in some way, different from the others. It is a party of ties and affection shared in their entirety. When this happens it is a gift for the wedding photographer to assist and collect those affections.

Vila da Nazaré on the wedding day.
Flower arrangement to decorate the wedding ceremony arch.
The bride in conversation with a friend at her wedding reception.
Large flowered archway at the entrance to the wedding dining space.
Space for the wedding meal with guests at the table, in a square in Nazaré.

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