that final moment on the isle when you know that your final becoming a wife to the love of your life
no we did not go for a honeymoon due to work and budget.
more relaxed african traditional look and almost natural makeup-look. the dress was elegant african sesotho look with western shoes and african beades jewelery.
we got married in sharpeville but due to weather changes we had to change the venue to bedworthpark and our guest didnt spent the night.
well i never got the chance to really do much for myself because i had to coordinated everything from scratch.
deco was simple white and blue with white draping to keep everything elegant and smart. we had a life band for performance and a dj to entertain the guests.
the groom was wearing a navy suit with white shirt and brown shoes and the grooms had navy pants with a white shirt on and brown shoes. the had thier stuff designed by the groom and the friend.
the bridesmaids had the african dresses designed by the grooms sister which she came up with the look to suit our cultural wear in a stylish way. they had a navy and white dresses with a sesotho fabric.
well we had family involved to run everything.
we did not a have a videographer and a photo booth due to our budget constraints but our photos were taken by guests and we had one photographer who is a friend.
yes we had our sister to coordinate the day.
we had our friends to driver us from each point to the next, they drive beautiful cars which we enjoyed every much. the y drove us in their white Merc Benz and it was a convoy of six Mercs and bikers followed by other cars.
our family prepared our food and we bought the cake from a lady who bakes in sasolburg.
the groom did the design of all the print materials from invitations to programs and more.
wow the party was great with all the guests dancing from the music played by the band and later the dj. the sound and lighting was prepared by Logarhytm events company which they did a great job.