Sibaya Imbizo on Durban’s stunning north coast was the stage for this romantic fairytale wedding in the month of November.
Lara and Caleb got married at the beautiful La Petite Dauphine in Franschhoek in the Western Cape. The venue is set in the heart of the Franchhoek valley winelands region, and has a kind of Italian Trattoria feel. It has a certain rustic class to it, and is perfect for an outdoor wedding reception.
Catherine & Paul celebrated their marriage with a weekend away with family and friends in the beautiful town of Tulbagh in the Western Cape. With Paul's Greek background, their colour theme was blue and white, and incorporated olive branches, Greek towns as table names, ouzo, and even traditional smashing of plates!
Leigh & Dave's vision was to have a party that happened to be a wedding. Having recently moved to the Cape Town City Bowl, they found a perfect spot in the middle of town in the form of a quaint garden restaurant, that used to be a popular wedding spot in the 30's and 40's! Their reception was on the roof of the Cape Royal Hotel and captured their Vintage City theme perfectly with fairylights, candles, blush tones, pearls, lace and rose-filled birdcages.
This gorgeous happy couple chose to have their wedding in the quaint little town of Tulbagh in the Western Cape. The ceremony was held in an old barn on Roodezand farm, with the reception held just next door. The exquisite Country Vintage decor together with Roodezand's outdoor courtyard and fountain gave the wedding a very tuscan feel, that suited this couple perfectly.
Aimee and Paul chose to have their wedding outdoors against the stunning vineyard background of Buitenverwachting wine farm in Constantia, Cape Town. The weather on their special day was absolutely gorgeous, and the outdoors and crisp white decor contrasted perfectly with their Touch of Raspberry theme.