A Country Cottage Wedding in South Africa
A DAY OF BEAUTIFUL DETAIL...
Its easy to see why our South African brides go home to have their big day, with a golden lanscape back drop so breath takingly beautiful, it makes for stunning images. But the photographers who captured the day for Su-Zahn and Le Roux really display their talent, reminding us of why its important not to skimp on a great photographer! Its artists like these, who make vendors like us, happy that every detail is recorded in its best possible light.
"Justin and Simone Davis Photography (Justin Davis Photography). What can I say? These two were amazing! Their photos absolutely captured both the beauty and the enjoyment of the day. Words can not describe how grateful we are for the amazing pictures they took. Not only did they deliver amazing photos but they were also a pleasure to have as part of the day. The blended effortlessly in with everyone and made having couple photos taken, so much fun and not awkward at all. They also travel internationally."
Our Maggie Sottero gown Tami, beautifully reflected the golds in the natural surroundings, while radiating this brides' astounding natural beauty. A perfect choice for this bride!
"I loved the classic, timeless look of my gown as well as how comfortable and easy it was to move around on the day. Liz from Astra Bridal spent a lot of time with me, my mum and my grandmother helping us choose the perfect dress. Her input and expertise were invaluable!"
"We hired out the whole venue which consisted of dutch style cottages on a beautiful farm. Our family and friends all arrived in the week leading up to the wedding which gave us a great chance to catch up with everyone before the big day. It made the whole event so much ore festive as we had such a big build up to the day."
"My favourite part was probably just being surrounded by so many friends and family. It is such a rare occasion as we are split across the world and it was truly special to have everyone together. Also our ceremony and speeches were hilarious."