It all began through a picture of me that he saw on Facebook. He could not stop thinking about me and decided to hunt me down. It wasn't easy - he had to twist a friend's arm to provide him with my contact details, but as soon as I answered the phone and organised to meet. And the rest, as they say, is history…
Being the traditionalist he is, he admitted that he is sending his uncle over to my dad to pay the Lobola at home. Of course I was delighted to hear the good news!
The planning process was fun, but quite hectic! Luckily we had our friends and family to assist us every step of the way. We also made use of SA Weddings' bridal directory to find the vendors of our dreams.
We knew exactly what we wanted, which was an elegant and sophisticated wedding. The internet inspired us with ideas on how we could pull this off
It was definitely when we were exchanging our vows.
We didn't have a theme for our wedding, but did add a bit of tradition into the ceremony. After the wedding we did UMabo, which is traditional wedding. Other than that, we focussed everything around elegance.
When I found you, by Bee and Cee
It is better to start preparing far in advance and allocate enough time to execute each element.
We went to Indonasia (Bali) and stayed at a lovely hotel called the Mulia