The whole day was memorable but the moments that I would cherish forever is the look on my husband's face when I walked down the aisle, when we shared our first kiss as husband and wife then lastly our first dance. We were nervous but when we started to dance it felt like it was only the 2 of us in the room, it was perfect.
Yes we were supposed to go to Mauritius but due to the lockdown we couldn't go so instead we went to Paternoster in the West Coast.
My dress was a fit and flare design bought from a local bridal shop, Bridal Silhouette Wedding dresses.
Hair was done by the amazing Walter Wurth from Follicle on the move.
Makeup was done by the very talented Maryke Verster from Maryke Verster Make-up Artistry
Lingerie was bought from Woolworths.
My earrings was a gift from my mother in law, necklace was a gift from my father.
We got married at Lavandou Wedding venue in Tiegerpoort in Pretoria.
Some guest stayed over at the venue at their guesthouse called My French House.
Me and my bridesmaid went to Ingaadi Spa a day before the wedding for some treatments.
All the decor, flowers, furniture and lighting were provided by the venue itself. Sonja from Freshlook did the flower arrangements and decor. The main flowers were proteas.
Their suits were made by Gerald, a local designer that was recommended by the venue.
The bridesmaid's dress was made by Infinity Dress South Africa.
Our marriage officer was Hardus van Niekerk from our own church.
Our photographer was Charles Uys, a friend.
The videographer was Infinity Times Infinity Productions and the were excellent.
The venue provided a planner for us
I didn't need transport
The venue prepared the food.
The wedding cake was a gift so not sure who made it.
I designed it myself and printed it by our local printers.
We went for dance lessons.
The venue had their pwn DJ, Marcell Delport and he also did the lighting.