Love in Zimbabwe - Sneak Peek

Had a blast shooting my first solo and destination wedding in Zimbabwe. Beautiful couple, beautiful venue, beautiful day - here's a sneak peek of some of my favourites. Enjoy 🙂

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So if you are planning your wedding in Lagos or other parts of Nigeria and are looking for a photographer who can provide beautiful, modern and intimate coverage of your day, then drop me a mail at or via the contact form at the top of the website. I consider it a true honour to be able to celebrate my couples’ love stories and I am totally invested in helping you have the most amazing day possible but don’t just take my word for it, check out what previous WOP couples have to say over on my testimonials page and while you are at it, why don’t you join me and the WOP rockstars on my facebook page – where we can chat about all things wedding and photography. Also be sure to sign up for the WOP Rockstars VIP Newsletter below (see the pretty pink box?) to be kept updated about all the latest giveaways and both wedding and photography tips.

Not looking for a wedding photographer in Nigeria? Please be sure to consider WOP for your portrait photography needs including individual photoshoots, maternity, children and family photography here in Lagos. I’ll be expecting you…bisous! icon smile Isiwat & Wale White Wedding At 10 Degrees Event Centre, Lagos

24 comments on “Love in Zimbabwe - Sneak Peek”

  1. Stunning....when I get married I will have to get you to do the photos 🙂 (giggles).

  2. These are absolutely LOVELY. I love every single one of them. I couldn't even decide on a favourite.
    Well done.

  3. The last picture: Were they under the tree? So serene. I definitely want to see more pictures. Plus, I'm curious to know where they're from. Okay, I'll be patient 😀

    1. Hey Sharon, no they weren't in this picture. We tried a couple of things under the tree so will decide, which one worked best when I do the full post. Hee hee - all shall be revealed in the full post 😉

  4. Wow Wani,simply as layman recently observing your pictures, its not hard to see that your style and skill is progressively getting better and better! These look straight out of a magazine. Fantastic! As you get more exposure I can only pray your not booked a year in advance by the time of my wedding!! 🙂

    1. Aww thanks Michelle - I truly appreciate your kind words. And thanks for recognising my growth, I keep on working to improve at each wedding I shoot. Hee hee - I will cross fingers for you - I always like to shoot weddings for couples who know me and my work because there is more trust and they are more relaxed, which makes for even better images 😀

  5. I totally agree with Michelle!

    Loving the brides modest but colorful bouquet, and also her unique hairstyle. Lovely shots.

  6. Ahh, Wani you already know how I feel about these - simply stunning and the last photo, your 'piece de resistance'......... Congrats to the happy couple, you are gorgeous x.

  7. Hi Wani, is there any chance you ca let me know which venue was used for "Love in Zimbabwe"? As well as send me a quote for my wedding in Zimbabwe for next year..

    I love your work, You seem to capture this amazing sense of love and romance.


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