With an utterly unique source of inspiration drawn from Fiji and its people, super creative photography duo Kama Catch Me have crafted an absolute masterpiece that not only tells a story, but also inspires and intrigues at the same time.
From Kama Catch Me – “With Fiji entering an exciting time of transition as a nation and a people, we wanted to portray that delicate momentum as a new marriage. Not the happily ever after fairytale story of a marriage but the hardout clash, the teething problems, the highs and the lows, and all that no one ever wants to tell you about the beautiful chaos of love.”
From Kama Catch Me – “Where we are right now as a nation can be described as a situation in which everyone is desperately keen to move forward, yet sadly some are willing to fully let go of the past so they choose to keep a firm grip on it, and instead of building and contributing positively to the marriage it binds and restricts its growth. That space in-between the Old and the New is where this story takes place.
The black, white, and gold color palette represents the following:
Black: The dark past
White: The bright present
Gold: The hope of a rich and positive legacy for future generations to prosper in.”
See more Fijian wedding editorials from Kama Catch Me here.
Photography: Kama Catch Me // Hair, Makeup, & Headpiece: Hair N Makeup Perfectionist // Models: Shannan Reddy & Chris Guttersberger // Cake: Taste Fiji // Golden Dress: Treehouse Boutique Suva // Tabua: Family Heirloom // Golden Pineapple Necklace: From Australia (thanks to Faraz Ali // Grass Skirt, White Tapa Table Runner, and Gold & Black Wooden Artifacts: Handicraft Market // Artwork & Illustrations: Kama Catch Me Etsy Shop // Location: St. John the Baptist Church in Cawaci Ovalau, Fiji.