Catalina + Boyd ~ fotografii de nunta in Bucuresti, Comana

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Ro: Tot ce imi vine in minte cand ma gandesc la nunta Catalinei cu Boyd, este bucurie, fericire in toate formele ei. Cred ca nu am mai vazut de mult atata fericire adunata intr-un singur loc. Nu cred ca a fost moment in care sa nu se rada cu gura pana la urechi, chiar si la cununie. Unde mai pui ca jumatate din invitati nu intelegeau un cuvant din ce se spunea si nici chiar mirele 🙂 Poate ar trebui sa povestim putin despre ei, Boyd este din Zimbabwe a trait o perioada prin Londra, insa apa de la ploaie nu a fost suficienta pentru a face kayak, pasiunea lui de o viata, asa ca s-a mutat la mare, adica in Qatar. Catalina, a ajuns si ea in Qatar si pentru ca ii placea apa s-a hotarat sa mearga intr-un tur cu kayakul, de aici cred ca intelegeti ce s-a intamplat mai departe.

Dar sa revenim la ziua nuntii lor, care a fost cu totul altceva. A fost extraordinara din multe puncte de vedere si cred ca a reflectat cu totul felul lor de a fi. Traditionalul moment in care se fura mireasa, s-a transformat in furat de mire, s-au facut declaratii si s-au dat cadouri. Bineinteles ca s-a negociat si pentru mireasa, asa cum este traditia in Zimbabwe, Lobolo sau pretul miresei, adica familia baiatului plateste un fel de tribut familiei fetei, astfel incat casatoria lor sa fie binecuvantata. Ar fi trebuit sa vedem niste animale, dar ca sa nu se sperie ele si bineinteles nici noi, au adus doar poza, urmand ca dupa nunta, mama Catalinei sa primeasca 6 bibilici promise.

Pana si tortul a fost altfel, cu etaje, dar nu a fost cu traditionalele figurine, ci cu niste caricaturi ale lor intr-un caiac. Si pentru ca nu au putut sa-l aduca si pe Roger, motanul lor, l-au pus si pe el in caiac.
The end ca mai sunt si fotografii de vazut! 🙂

Multumim Andradei, Alexandrei si Paulei, de la The Wedding Styler, care s-au ocupat de organizarea evenimentului!

En: All I can think of when remembering Catalina and Boyd’s wedding is joy and happiness in all of their forms. Rarely, if ever, have I seen so much joy in one place. Not a single dull moment, even during their official ceremony. And, then, half of the guests had no idea what was being said. And neither did the groom 🙂 I should probably tell you a bit more about them. Boyd is from Zimbabwe, he lived in London for a while, but the rain was not enough for his life-long passion: kayaking. So he moved next to the sea, in Qatar. Catalina reached Qatar as well and, since she liked the water, she decided to go kayaking. I guess you can figure out the rest 🙂

But let’s get back to their wedding day, which was completely different. It was extraordinary from many points of view and I think it reflected the bride and groom’s true nature. The traditional “kidnapping of the bride” turned into the kidnapping of the groom, words of love were said and gifts were gifted. Of course there were negociacion even for the bride, meaning Lobolo or the bride price, as per the Zimbabwe tradition, meaning the boy’s family pays a tribute to the girl’s family, so that their wedding is blessed. Lobolo meant we got to see some live animals, but, as not to scare the animals, nor the guests, we were only shown their pictures. The gift (six guinea fowls) was given after the wedding.

Even the cake was different. Layered, but without the traditional figurines on top, but rather caricatures of the bride and groom. And, because Roger, their cat, was not with them, he was also given an equivalent in the kayak.

The end, as there are photos to be seen 🙂


This was a lovely idea for guests and us, also! 😀

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