It was a pleasure to be the wedding photographer for Carin and Armand, a wonderful couple from Durbanville.
They chose to exchange their vows in the historical NG Moederkerk in Durbanville followed by a beautiful reception at Rondekuil outside Durbanville.
It was a sweltering day and doing the bridal shoot in the blazing heat was challenging and we had no time to linger around.
The photos came out perfectly though and we had a lot of fun. It was a lovely wedding, filled with emotional speeches with warm friends and family.
All the very best to Carin and Armand and thank you for choosing me as your wedding photographer.
On a recent country trip we came across some delightful scenes in the Tulbagh area. We had spent the long weekend at Beaverlac and had done lots of hiking but were on our way back to Cape Town. It was raining delightfully (although our windscreen wipers were still not working) which gave the whole green area an amazing look and vibrancy. Here are some pics from the weekend.
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Marco and Pippa’s Bloubergstrand wedding was one of those fabulous spur of the moment weddings. They were here on business from Durban and after 5 years of dating decided the time was right. Without telling their 7 kids (yes 7, although 5 are from previous marriages) they arranged this spur of the moment wedding at On The Rocks Restaurant at Bloubergstrand.
Everything went off perfectly and after scrambling up some rocks, their vows were exchanged overlooking the whole of Table Bay meters away from the ocean. Table Mountain was initially covered with mist but cleared later when we took some wonderful photos with this magnificent background.
What a fantastic couple.
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Eddie and Jenny both live in Hong Kong but decided on Cape Town for their destination wedding. Their choice of venue was the magnificent Twelve Apostles Hotel nestled on the beautiful Atlantic Seaboard side of the city.
The venue was superb and the choice of an outdoor ceremony added immensely to the beauty of the occasion. The setting of the outdoor area was perfect with towering mountains on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. The threat of rain had a few people scampering around but it played its part and stayed away. Jenny the bride was simply stunning in her long flowing dress and I enjoyed photographing her especially at the quick photo shoot we did just a few meters away from the hotel at a place called Cosy Beach that I had never seen before. It was a superb location and very secluded.
The happy and fun filled reception took place under a superbly decorated bedouin tent ideally suited for a wedding of this size. Everyone took part somehow in the formal proceedings and the atmosphere was relaxed and playful.
It was an absolute pleasure photographing this wonderful couple from Hong Kong and I wish them all the very best.
Roxanne and Nicole are both Cape Town girls who have been dating for a number of years. They are a special couple who share a special bond that will last forever. For their special wedding they decided on the historical town of Tulbagh as the venue.
The day dawned bright and sunny and the beautiful wedding took place in a quaint chapel overlooking the mountains which was followed by an outdoor brunch at the venue. The reception took place outdoors at a very relaxed farm just outside Durbanville.
A beautiful day with a special couple.