Jamaican bride and her girls
by cherryl gentles
(St. Andrew, Jamaica)
Photo Contest Entry #14 -Jamaican bride and her girls
My nephew and his wife got married nearly two years ago at the beautiful place called The Gap near Newcastle, St. Andrew.
My niece, the non conventional person, had two maid of honour:), i being one.
One could not ask for a more perfect setting and so it was no surprise that the picture captured us in that exuberant mood.
It was cold, so needless to say, we couldn't keep still - had to keep moving.
Weddings in the mountains? The Gap is definitely the place to do it!
See also: marriage in Jamaica
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