How to Steal a Heart || Lynn weds Franswa
François or Francis has a defined mastery with words, lyrics and charm. We nicknamed him maestro a few years ago when he picked up the guitar for the first time and exposed his adeptness and proficiency with the strings. There was no way Lynn was going to survive the maestro’s arrows. I bet a thousand arrows struck her…
meet our maestro, looking dapper as usual. Suits don’t get more dashing than this!
the maestro was lining up his ducks
the next set of expressions of the groom as he saw the bride step out of the car then proceed down the aisle
2.shock/ its for real!!!
3.fighting tears… #rocksolid
a few words of advise from mum
more words of wisdom from dad
then it was time for the exchange of vows
and the rings came in style… on top of a basketball!! no one saw this coming, plus they chose they chose the perfect character for this part 😀
never seen a man this happy while signing the cert 😀
Larry Liza, the great poet was there to do an amazing piece on the couple’s amazing journey. Needless to say, it left everyone in stitches 😀
the first of many selfies
and just as the church ceremony ended, The Maestro unleashed a special song that simply stole whatever was left of Lynn’s heart…
like a bauss
with that we headed back to the reception, in style! I mean, how else can you make a proper entrance?!
as usual, the cake distracted me for a while, lots of detail
it was an amazing amazing day, totally heartfelt and fulfilling. we congratulate Mr and Mrs François Maestro and do wish them a long and fruitful marriage full of God’s blessing and provision.
Photography: Steve Warui and Joe Maina
Church: Loresho Community Church
Photoshoot: Menonnite Guest House Westlands
Reception; Coopers Kenya