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South African Wedding Blog

Real Wedding – Janine and Francois

Another fabulous wedding for you today. I would love to have been on the guest list. From the fantastic pops of colour, to the stunning candy buffet, to the pick up truck that matched perfectly within the colour scheme. This is a couple who managed to have a wedding day filled with family, fun,
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Real Wedding – Ben and Amy

I am so thrilled that Amy and Ben have allowed me to share their wedding with you. When I first saw Amy’s beautiful dress I knew I had to have a look at the rest of their wedding and it does not disappoint. Wait till you see the stunning brooch bouquet which Amy made herself.
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Leigh-Anne and Andre’s picnic wedding

Andre and I have really been blessed to have such a wonderful memory of our wedding day. We decided to go for a picnic styled wedding as picnic’s have always been pretty momentous for us. Our first picnic together, Andre asked me to be his girlfriend and gifted me with a flower he picked in
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Real Wedding: Louisa and Eitzaz

Louisa and Eitzaz had a romantic vintage inspired garden wedding. This wedding is a DIY dream come true with so many personal details tucked into the celebration. Not only was the wedding stunning but also totally unique. ”My love of everything vintage inspired my vintage garden wedding.  I
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Real Wedding – The story of Haylee and Ryan

The sweet story of Haylee and Ryan’s wedding as told by Haylee was captured by Ingrid Marais Photography. Ingrid is a photographer from Port Elizabeth. So if you’re looking for someone to capture your wedding in the Eastern Cape and you want fabulous images Ingrid is the photographer to
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Real Wedding: Alicia and Adam

We are super excited to feature this amazing DIY, yellow with touches of grey and white, wedding. Because the bride is a florist, all the flowers were arranged by her and all the centerpiece vases were collected by the couple over a period of time. These were placed all along the middle of the
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