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Jason Swain wedding mosaic series -

Smiles all round

We are almost near the end of our wedding mosaic images from local Isle of Wight wedding photographer Jason Swain, and will be sad to see next weeks final blog post go live. But this week, it is a brand new mosaic just for you, kindly created by Jason to inspire you wedding planners on your photography and what it has the power to create and capture on your wedding day. Jason Swain created this series of mosaics of images taken at Weddings, that not only show his talent for photography but also give an insight into the little moments couples don't ask to be photographed that make up the whole wedding day. 

Smiles all round

 

Smiling is infectious – we’ve all been there, when you’re walking down the street or into a shop and you catch someone’s eye who then smiles to say ’hello’. You can’t help it, you just smile back. We automatically do that smile talking thing with babies too, in the hope that smiling will bring on their little fit of laughter. Smiling is a good way of letting people know you are happy, excited or pleased about something. Apparently it is also good for our health! Smiling and laughing can relive stress, so it’s a good thing there is a wedding at the end of all that stressful wedding planning, or you might be doomed.

On your wedding day you will find that there will be a lot of smiling from friends and family, but most importantly by both of you. Smiling because you have planned the day you wanted and it is going with only the tiniest of hitches, smiling because your friends and family are all together in one room celebrating your marriage, because the centrepieces you slaved over look better than you thought (at half the price) and because you made it….yes, you got through planning every detail and are now married and free to enjoy the rest of your day and a few drinks.

Your guests will smile for many different reasons on your wedding day to show how happy they are for you both or for how much they are enjoying your wedding day. Family will be reminiscing on old times when you used to run around naked at your aunties house, while your friends, schoolmates and university friends compare nights out and the funny things you both did. If your guests are smiling then you are sure to have planned the best wedding you could have wanted, even if the stories being told to your Nanna about your wild nights out aren’t quite the conversation you intended.

There will be many reasons to smile on your wedding day and there will be a lot of smiling and laughing going on, so try to stop for a couple of minutes to soak that atmosphere up. For the rest of the day, you can leave capturing those impromptu moments of smiles, laughter and happiness to your photographer.

As a true fine art photographer Jason Swain likes to let the images he captures do the talking. He has created this mosaic of images from many of the weddings he has photographed that catch moments that aren’t usually on the ‘to do’ list, little magic moments that make up the big day. Jason would be happy to hear from any couples looking for more information and details on his photographic services for their wedding day although this price list is a good starting point.

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