Tag: destination weddings

Zak + Corneli

Published in April 10, 2018

Pastures of tinted green fields. The warmth of feeling at home away from home among people who does not care where you from you always will be so welcome! Traveling to this remote destination in the Freestate is a little farm village called Rouxville. We flew from Joburg to Bloemfontein with our rental car waiting for us! Not any rental car but bride's Ouma's (who is  sadly not with the family anymo

Inus + Cene

Published in September 22, 2017

Namibia! Traveling to a destination wedding. One of my very first weddings I captured was on the dunes of Mariental! To be back in this beautiful country and be able to travel to Swakopmund was a real treat. As we arrived a few days prior to the wedding we were able to share in the joy and the trials with the challenges and excitement of the buildup to this day. We arrived in Windhoek and spent the nigh

Danie + Elizabeth

Published in August 31, 2017

Driving into Langverwacht, a historical farm in the Cape winelands, the first thing that one is struck with is the lush surroundings of forest, vineyards and oak trees. A stunning gem perfect for the wedding celebration between Danie + Elizabeth. The chapel ceremony nestled between the trees, ducks wondering around observing all the finishing touches as friends went to hang the last of the decor in the trees

Dan + Carin

Published in June 1, 2017

An intimate wedding celebration at a gem of a place. Lisa + I have known Carin + Dan for awhile and it was such a privilege for us when they asked us to capture their wedding story under the trees of 'Belofte'. We just loved the way the day flowed so effortlessly and with the cosmos at the end of its season it was truly a blessing to enjoy the day with them. Words of love, gratitude and appreciation exp

David + Lara

Published in March 8, 2017

A ceremony under the trees, a kindling of joy amongst the Fouriesburg mountains and a coming together of two people, David + Lara. As we captured these two beautiful people in the cherry orchards we could see the happiness and love that finally they were able to make this promise and share it with so many people. As Lara's sisters helped with her hair, making sure that she looked beautiful for her big day, th

Christie + Olga

Published in November 29, 2016

As you start this new journey as husband and wife. For Lisa + I this was one wedding we were really looking forward too, not only would we be capturing a wedding which we knew would be completely unique but we would be capturing the wedding of people who, in my life and travels to London and back I had come to know and now it was their turn to make their forever vows and start a journey together. The ni

Louis + Louzel

Published in October 31, 2016

Part of having to capture destination weddings is the excitement, the open roads, the different atmospheres of landscapes and the knowledge of not knowing who we will meet on this journey. Having done a wedding the night before in a different location with a another vibe makes it quite interesting to see the contrast in the way weddings portrays itself.  Do yourself a favor and book a flight to Nelson Mandel

Philip + Claudia

Published in September 21, 2016

A chilly morning, with the sun gently breaking through just enough to keep us warm through a ceremony next to a dam on a trout lodge overlooking the Dullstroom meander with its winter palette.  One thing was guaranteed at Philip + Claudia's wedding that no amount of  chill in the air was going to put a damper on the joy and celebration of a wedding day and a bit of dancing and merriment was bound to chase t

Arno + Myrtle

Published in July 19, 2016

There is something so raw and beautiful about a winter wedding. We were excited to be capturing a warm winters wedding at one of our favorite venues The Stone Cellar. Upon arrival, there was much chatter and laughter among the bride and her bridesmaids, they were excited and so was Myrtle to be marrying Arno. The colours of the wedding blended in perfectly with the winter landscape. As Myrtle climbed in the c

Koos + Kelsey

Published in April 1, 2016

Vryburg is a special part of the country, lots of bossies, very flat, thorny but wow are the people friendly and down to earth. We woke up the morning to a day that was slightly cooler and cloudy which was just perfect for us to capture the wedding story of Koos + Kelsey. The day just seemed to flow and was filled with laughter and excitement that we couldn't but enjoy the day with the couple. We are always l

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