Wedding Expos can be fairly long affairs – 3 days, 8 hours on your feet, smiling and trying to look extremely keen as people file past, eating sandwiches and drinking champagne. I try not to take Expos too seriously, so I generally entertain myself by firing elastic bands at people. At one such Expo, there was this talented jewellery designer alongside me. We got chatting and I told her that if she didn’t phone me one day when she got married I’d never forgive her. The years passed. And then, a year ago, in came the email. Maaaagnificent – and I ended up shooting Lisa and Cole’s wedding at Blydschap. It was a superb occasion with many, many highlights from my perspective – a seriously artsandhealth.ie/tadalafil/ pretty bride, an unfazed groom (okay, okay – Cole you don’t have bad looks either), Lisa’s dad who choked up with emotion time and again as he delivered his speech, geese that chased us during the family photos, not-too-shabby looking guests (always helps in this business), plenty of ‘feel-the-love moments,’ and before I get into trouble – Tanya and Tigue? Who are Tanya and Tigue? Thank you for asking: click here. So yes, just a fine day all round at Blydschap. I think we might need an encore on this one, but the question is, can I convince Lisa to agree to a Trash the Dress? Watch this space, I’m going to give it a full tilt.