We are happy to share these beautiful photos from one of our recent weddings hosted at The Hope Botanical Gardens in Kingston Jamaica.
Make up by: Sue Gregg
Decorations and Wedding Planning by: Knotts Landings
Peta-Gaye saw this picture we posted a few months ago where the bridesmaids at Ronica and Imar’s wedding were tired of having their photos taken and took out their frustration with their bouquets.
Shortly afterwards, she contacted us and we started to discuss ideas for a photo shoot she had wanted for some time with her mom. We finalized on Portland as the location for its natural, enchanting beauty. Choosing two of the gems in Portland (Trident Hotel and Trident Castle) was an easy decision.
This mother daughter duo was very fun to work with as we spent the entire afternoon exploring the property and creating memories for a lifetime.
It’s no secret I have a fascination with and compulsion to take pictures of my clients with vehicles: trains, buses, boats, helicopters, golf carts, even lawn mowers.
When our clients mentioned that they wanted some of their wedding pictures to be taken at a fire station, we were all too happy to oblige. When we found out we could use the largest fire truck in Jamaica as a prop, things got interesting.
Location: York Park Fire station, Kingston Jamaica
On Sunday May 25th Saint International and Mercedes Benz Jamaica took to the streets of Kingston Jamaica to conclude their annual Style week with their fashion block event. This year saw bold designs by Keshon Hawthorne ,Pebbles King, Kevin O’Brien, Andre Shirley ,Kurt Campbell, Tonia Samuels, Neahlis by Lisa Mc.Intosh Aris, and Donovan Depass.
Based on the other content on tj876, it’s evident that I am no fashion aficionado. It however doesn’t take an expert to appreciate beautiful attire, worn by beautiful people. Take a look at our coverage and see for yourself.