Wedding season continues as the long Summer months lazily stretch on. This wedding event was at the Hertford Hotel in Lanseria.
The venue has a serene all-white chapel which is where this photo was taken. A lovely couple and a beautiful venue, made the day a treat!
On arriving at the Snowflake building in Potchefstroom this weekend, I was convinced I was at the wrong address. Being early to set up for a violin wedding performance at this venue, there was only one other car in the dusty parking lot, but the place otherwise looked like a derelict building. Plucking up the courage to speak to the occupants of the other car, I realised that I was at the right place and that appearances can be deceiving. The Snowflake building is an old flour mill turned venue that has character around every corner. It is delightfully quirky and hasn’t tried to hide it’s industrial past.
After the ceremony we managed to sneak in a few photos ourselves of this unique venue.
You are one of a kind. Thank-you for everything, my friends and family can’t stop talking about you. You made matrimonial event so special and I am thankful for that.
-Bride July 2017
There is a stark beauty to a winter wedding. Crisp blue skies and warm oranges and reds gave warmth and colour to this wedding event at Midrand Conference Centre. This was a wedding with a difference, as the couple had already tied the knot in a court wedding 20 years ago, they felt their 20th anniversary would be the wedding ceremony they could not afford when they were younger. It was a wonderful day and brides are beautiful at any age.
As autumn begins to turn the leaves and drop temperatures, wedding events begin to trail off, but recently I performed for a wedding at an enchanting venue called ‘In the Forest’.
Imagine being on set filming a movie like Robin Hood or something along those lines, that is what this venue looks like. The ceremony was held under the trees with guest seated on hay bales. The reception was also under the tree canopy with twinkling fairly lights strung up. Oh so romantic!
The romantic country setting of Shepstone Gardens is the perfect place for a garden wedding.
Add the gentle strains of violin accompanied by guitar and you have a delightful outdoor serenade!
Thanks to LÁfrique Photography for the lovely photos!
Rolling green hills and bush-veld laid a picturesque backdrop to an exquisite bush wedding. I performed some chilled violin music as guests milled about during the cocktails sessions. A few curious Karoo sheep even stopped by to see the proceedings!