My final wedding for the year was Trevor and Tatiana, who got married in Scottburgh and had their reception at the Scottburgh Country Club. Trevor is part of the UK Royal Marines and Tatiana is from Brazil. They met in London a few years back and have been together since. I started off the day photographing Trevor and his groomsmen then headed over to Tatiana, who had decided beforehand that she was going to do her own make-up. The ceremony was at the Scottburgh High School and afterwards we had only a few minutes to do a couple of creative shots before the reception. Congratulations guys, and thanks for making me a part of your big day!
Donovan & Malinda had the smallest wedding I’ve ever shot, 20 people. It was a really lovely intimate day with no big bridal party and hundreds of guests. With the ceremony being at 11am, it was an early start for me. I was packed up and ready to be home in time for supper, which is almost unheard of for a wedding photographer.
Thanks for choosing me to shoot your big day guys!
Chris & Leeanne live in the UK but are both originally from SA. Their wedding was decorated with all sorts of pretty details that provided me with loads of photos. Chris got ready at his old family home right on the beach at Ballito, while Leeanne got ready at the bridal salon at Collisheen. Their ceremony was very emotional, and Leeanne’s father was one of the proudest dads I’ve ever seen.
Congratulations Chris & Leeanne!
Lythwood Lodge is one of my favourite venues, the gardens and cobbled driveway make it so picturesque. It was a wonderful sunny day for Henri & Jen’s wedding, allowing plenty of photographs. Everything happened at the venue which is always a bonus, it meant I didn’t have to drive from place to place to take the preparation photographs.
Congratulations Henri & Jen, it was a privilege shooting your big day!
Troy and Tasmin are a young couple who knew they were right for each other from the moment they met. After 5 years of friendship Troy finally popped the question. The boys had a lot of fun in the morning clay pigeon shooting and drinking plenty of beer, while over at the girls the usual wedding preparation chaos ensued.
It started off as a wonderful sunny day, which lasted through to the ceremony. Soon after that the famous Midlands mist arrived just in time for the creative shoot, I think it gives the photos a really lovely dream-like feel to them. Congratulations Troy and Tasmin, wishing you all the best for the future.