Nashipai & Kereto – Issa Maasai Affair

Maasai Wedding
Siloma

Siloma

Happy soul ultra pro max!

Location: Naisoya, Narok

Gadget(s): Nikon D3300

Accessories: Yongnuo 560 III

This was no ordinary wedding. Because I got to know all the mamas in the kitchen and they kept asking, ‘Umeshiba?‘ Talk of ‘you should know people’. I have already mastered the art of getting connections to eat early at weddings.

Meet the groom – Lemayian Ole Kereto. Much respect for this guy, he got me my first political shoot. The famous Ole Ntimama portrait (RIP) and the Uhuru portrait you see on my blog, are because of that shoot. That’s how we met BTW.

The Groom
The Groom

Meet the best man.

The Best Man
The Best Man

Meet the Maasai Boy Child Ambassador, Maasai County influencer, Kajiado Model – Kisoso Simel ???

Kisoso Simel
Kisoso Simel

Together they become Maasai boy child ambassadors

Simel &Amp; Kereto
Simel & Kereto

Now meet Maasai Melanin ?

The Pack
The Pack

The journey to Naisoya begins

The Journey
The Journey

The Venue

The Venue
The Venue

The Queens

Maasai Queens
Maasai Queens

Boy Child ?

Maasai Warrior
Maasai Warrior

Bridesmaids and groomsmen

Bridesmaids And Groomsmen
Bridesmaids and Groomsmen

Page boys

Page Boys
Page boys

And finally, we arrive at the scene. There’s no wasting time here. We get started as soon as we arrive.

The Scene
The scene

And the Passie ushered the ceremony with a word of prayer.

Prayer
Prayer

And, Lemayian, ‘Do you do?’

Lemayian: I so much do sir!

From the eyes, it’s like Lemayian wants to say, “Mimi, Lemayian Kereto, naapa ya kwamba… ?”

The Ring
The Ring

Nashipai, do you also do? ?

I Do
I Do

Then ‘tia kitole hapa.’

Sign
Sign

And this is where it was hidden

?
?

Then, ‘Leta kijana sisi naombea wao’ ?

Prayers
Prayers

Kumbe Lemarti was waiting for them like.

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Lemarti

So Lemarti leads the group in dance. The Maasai Way.

Lemarti Gives The Bride The Mic
Lemarti gives the bride the mic
Dance
Dance

After getting tired with dance, ze men escort the groom to the tent.

Ze Men
Ze Men
Lelewa

Then the preaching….

Preaching
Preaching

Then Lemarti Season 2. This time everyone took the stage. From old mamas…

From Old Mamas
From Old Mamas
Maasai Woman
Maasai Woman

To warrior photographers

Photographer Warrior
Photographer Warrior

And of course the grooms men

Grooms Man
Grooms Man

So this guy Lemayian sang all Lemarti’s songs word for word

Lemayian Sings
Lemayian sings

And Lemarti went like…

Lemarti Flies The Whisk
Lemarti flies the whisk

Though she blushed right here ?

Blushing
Blushing

It was an amazing time for the groom.

Lemayian Singing
Lemayian singing

He even sang for his bride. That Songoyo song was amazing.

Lemayian Sings For The Bride
Lemayian sings for the bride

Lemarti is just on another level.

Lemarti
Lemarti

I loved this shot

Beautiful Maasai Girl
Beautiful Maasai Girl

We go eat…

Lunch
Lunch

Then the cake

The Cake
The Cake
Groom Eats Cake
Groom eats cake
Bride Eats Cake
Bride eats cake

Then a couple of shots

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Then the real deal – The Photoshoot

Maasai Man Poses
Maasai Man Poses
Maasai Man Pose
Maasai Man Pose
Groomsmen Pose At A Maasai Wedding
Groomsmen pose at a Maasai Wedding
Groomsmen Tease The Groom
Groomsmen tease the groom
Bridesmaids Pose At A Maasai Wedding
Bridesmaids pose at a Maasai Wedding
Maasai Wedding
Maasai Wedding
A Maasai Wedding
A Maasai Wedding
Chitchat In A Maasai Wedding
Chitchat in a Maasai Wedding
Smile
Smile
Leather Love
Leather Love
Love In The Dusk
Love in the dusk
Love
Love
A Maasai Affair
A Maasai Affair
Love - Maasai Wedding
Love – Maasai Wedding

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22 Responses

  1. Amazing job. The shoot was amazingly captured. The pictures have a story and that is how it should be. Great job.

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