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Real Wedding: Lara and Paul

Lara and Paul live in London and planned their wedding online and with the help of family and friends. They arrived in Cape Town 6 days before the wedding and managed to create a beautiful setting for their marriage vows and celebrations.


On the day of the wedding Lara got dressed at the beautiful private game reserve Clara Annafontein where lots of pre ceremony pictures were taken. The ceremony and reception took place at Pampoenkraal in the Durbanville wine valley

The day before the wedding Lara and Paul, together with their competent team of helpers went to set up the venue. From the onset they had decided to make the wedding their own with personal touches throughout. From cutting of flowers and fruit for the vases to wrapping ivy around the Chuppah to decorating the tables, this was all part of a days work.

These random detail pictures shows all the work Lara put into making the wedding as wonderful for the guests as well as themselves. Rumour has it that the carrot cake made by brides step mom was the most yummiest ever.

Congratulations Lara and Paul.

Photographer: Monica Smal Videographer: FJS Productions Make up and Hair: Lori Mauerberger Decor: natasha@themecreations.co.za DJ Adam: 084 6264206 Cake: Heather Glass 021 671 8861

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  • A Matter of Wedding Photography Edinburgh November 2nd, 2009 at 12:04 pm/time

    What a gorgeous bride. I love the horses. Just lovely.

  • Amy-Jo Tatum/Bride Chic November 2nd, 2009 at 10:12 pm/time

    These images are just breathtaking. Thanks for sharing.

  • Tarryn November 2nd, 2009 at 10:35 pm/time

    Wow, beautiful dress, beautiful wedding

  • Marija November 5th, 2009 at 12:11 am/time

    How sweet. I love the little glass candle holders dangling from tree branches. We used something similar for our wedding.

    It adds so much charm to an evening that’s pretty special anyway :)

    Thanks for the post!!

  • Lisa November 19th, 2009 at 5:18 am/time

    Beautiful pictures and lovely details!

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