Every fall, people ask me which one was my wedding of the year. I rarely have a direct answer to this, but without giving too many details that would jeopardize my services, I find it easy to say all weddings were gorgeous.
While all weddings may be sumptuous, not all are exemplarily planned. And so, each has its own best and flawed parts.
2017 gave me some of my best images in my career. I was treated to the crème de la crème o...
TODAY's wedding tip by Thuothuo: Ask questions to vendors.
We spend years dreaming of how beautiful our wedding will be, bookmarking favorite vendors and following them on Instagram so religiously that we develop so much faith in them. But looking at something never makes you understand it, not to the level of success you want for your big day.
Ask questions. Ask the priest how long they plan to preach, how many pastors they wil...
TODAY'S TIP on wedding planning is about logistics. We all know how we are when it comes to keeping time. Yes, we are the best! We are always on time, we never fail our friends especially when it's their big day.
If the wedding ceremony is slated for 3pm, we are always seated latest by 2:45 pm. This is how good we are....(my opinion as a business person ;) )
Most weddings I have photographed have gone perfectly well. But I...
As we continue to book 2017 weddings at Thuothuo Studos, I'd like to share some tips on art vendor selection.
When choosing your photographer, book one who can handle your most humorous jokes and your least known awkwardness if any. I have seen photographer's who can't take a joke and that ruins the entire day's mood in photography, which is what you're left with after all is done.
‘’When I grow up, I want to be a managing director of a very big company’’ Those were the words of an eight year old boy in standard three somewhere in Limuru Kenya. I remember very well the late Mrs. Mwaura coming to class with a 4 feet ruler, a pack of colored chalks and a text book all in one hand. The other hand carrying a very neat pocketbook; in it some snacks and a thermos flask full of tea. May her soul rest well.
This is a note to all the couples preparing to wed soon. It’s based on my experience in wedding photography both here and in Kenya. As a photographer, I get to meet and work with many other vendors such as makeup artists, florists, wedding planners, priests and many more.
Before the wedding day:
Four months to the wedding:
At this time, you are still sourcing for vendors and previewing portfolios if not yet signed up for most o...