Today you are getting a double dose of the wonderful Tasha Seccombe’s work with this darling wedding. Johan and Anzel got married in December last year at Gabrielskloof in Botrivier. This Johannesburg couple wanted to have an intimate affair, and so they chose the tranquil surroundings of the Overberg to say their vows.
Today we bring you some party ideas for grown-ups. Photographer extraordinaire, Lizelle Lotter celebrated her 30th birthday in January on the beautiful farm where she lives with two friends. Lizelle chose a Mexican inspired look, and we think the bright beautiful pops of colour suits her bubbly personality perfectly.
Perhaps the idea of cutting into a perfectly ripe grand brie is more appealing to you than cutting into a beautifully decorated cake. Making a “cake” out of whole cheeses is a trendy alternative to the traditional tiered cake. Even though we love getting stuck into a soft slice of chocolate, red velvet or carrot cake, it’s no secret that often times the wedding cake does go to waste.
We love farm weddings. There’s just something so peaceful and laid-back about getting married in beautiful, natural surroundings. Seen through the lens of Wrensch Lombard, Danie and Trix had a joyous, summery wedding celebration.
I have seen some great locations for weddings, but I can’t think of a more magical setting to tie the knot, than this romantic cave that David and Emily chose for their big day. The happy couple got married in August last year at the Willowbrook Amphitheater close to Denver, in the US.
Today is kind of a dream come true for me, featuring two creatives in the wedding industry I most admire, photography maestro Jose Villa and stylist Joy Proctor from Joy de Vivre. I have been following Joy’s work for so long, and it was an absolute pleasure to meet up with her on their recent visit to South Africa. When she then also offered this inspirational feature to us, we were simply over the moon!
Since ombre is such a big international trend at the moment, we could not resist sharing these table decor ideas from event and styling company, Nineteen Eighty Five. The ombre trend can be seen everywhere at the moment: from the runway to hair colour, home decor to floral design, it has taken the design world by storm. If the word ombre sounds Greek to you, not to worry, it’s actually a French word and it just refers to colour gradually darkening or fading .
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