Its a horsy affair as two men of God get a second chance in love.
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As seen on my dream wedding Phidilia talks of the experience “ a horse carriage is royal take it now take it 100 years from now it is still royal,for once I felt I am the princess” she says.
Even The groom and his groomsmen chose to arrive in unique style at the wedding venue.
The gown has to be a ballroom type silhouette. The skirt of the gown was wide and billowing enhanced by a very full petticoat. A snugly fitting bodice with this full skirt gives that air of the fairy princess.
The couple chose to have an evening photo shoot and this allowed them enough time to take beautiful photos making their memories of the days event.
The train extended a few feet.No princess walks into church without a long train cascading down the isle behind her.
Phedilia and Peter met at a friends funeral after which they met later coincidentally at work. She was a sales associate and he was the director with an NGO.
At first Peter saw Phedilia as a work mate but after persuasion from a friend during youth camp. Peter decided to try his luck and asked Phidelia out.
After long friendship he decided to take the next step.He made a formal proposal during a surprise party on Phidelias birthday.
It was time for the bride to pass on the luck to another single lady, tossing the bouquet moment for bride to single ladies.Moment well captured.
This was a second chance in love for both as her yes was great tidings to him who was given by fate a second bite at the cherry of love as he is a widower,for her as well life was giving her a second chance from a broken relationship.
A ride of a lifetime for a princess bride.
They ended the day with an evening party with close friends and the first dance moment they had prepared for before hand.
Photography by Radek Ark
Venue Botanical Gardens
Horse carriage by Samantha Royal Victorian Carriage