Emma and Jonathon got married on the 13 April and the photos of the beautiful wedding will be out soon. Jemma Keech who is the photographer also took these beautiful engagement photos. Enjoy – the wedding was just amazing!
See more on Jemma Keech’s blog
In between running around all day, occasionally there is a moment of fun. My assistant Lucy and I had to hold these giant balloons for the bride and groom to release together with their guests. A few more balloons and we would have lifted off!!!
Photo from: I heart Weddings
Such a fabulous publication – Eliza and Cain’s wedding.
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I had the pleasure in meeting Brilliana last year at Jen Huang’s workshop in Bunker Bay for the first time. I noticed quickly that she was very passionate about photography – heart and soul. In December I asked her if she would mind taking some photos of a beautiful wedding of mine as I had no time myself.
Brilliana did such a fabulous job and I am so grateful to have so many pictures. I choose some to share with you and it was not easy. A few weeks ago she created her own blog and I am certainly one of her fans.
Introducing: “Film and Fancy”
A beautiful wedding last year at Sandalford winery. Could not have asked for better clients, so loved creating it for them. 300 candles, 74 flower boxes, 8 tall Magnolia trees, custom made coral/pink napkins made the room come alive.
A very talented DJ shared his photos with me. Adrian from Goldbass. Thank you Mr DJ!
Here is a video I like to share from my favourite cinematographer Derek from Urban Light Films.
Kirk and Tod…. What I loved most about was their vows to each other. I always stress to my couples to take the time to write their vows to each other. Here is a perfect sample how it should be done. Honest, moving, emotional, funny and true to each other. I will watch this video many more times, it is a heart felt feel good movie – to capture this, is art in itself! That’s the kind of people I love working with!
Did you know you can create your own Photobooth?
Ivka and Martin wedding was at the beautiful St Michaels the Archangel and with the reception being at Aqua Viva. The hospitality towards all the suppliers at Aqua Viva was first class and their food was just magnificent. Yes you are seeing right, Ivka had 2 dresses!!
Thank you Lauren Wellington for the beautiful photos! You can see more on her blog here….
When I first started to help Eliza in creating her wedding, she told me that at the beginning of their relationship, Cain wanted to invite her over to his place for dinner. Cain had read somewhere that if he cooked this “Fettuccini with Vodka Cream Sauce,” she would fall in love with him. Well, it worked! I just had to integrate this into their wedding. Eliza wanted an earthy theme to match the vineyard with the colours coral and cream. As we needed some color for the tables, Eliza’s grandma was so kind and sewed 103 napkins for guests. We then placed a wooden frame on top of each napkin with the recipe for “Fettuccini with Vodka Cream Sauce: inside. The name was laser cut into the wood acting as the place card.
The reception room was quite plain and bare, but the flowers just made the room shine. Eliza wanted a sweetheart table right from the start so her four bridesmaids and four groomsmen could sit with their partners. Long tables and a feast-style dinner was just right for their guests. Eliza’s dress was designed by Donna Tobin and it was so perfect for her. We also integrated the coral color by having coral shoes for the bridesmaids and some coral jewelry and pashminas to match. Apart from a few hours’ power failure when the bride and bridesmaids had their hair and makeup done and the air being icy cold, it was a perfect day!
Photography by Natasja Kremers Photography
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