Friday, June 20, 2014

Nadine + Graeme | Towerbosch, Knorhoek

So glad to finally blog this wedding!! It is my last wedding for the Summer wedding season and what a way to end it off :) Nadine and Graeme had a festive celebration at the stunning Towerbosch venue at Knorhoek wine estate with pops of bright colours and natural surroundings.

The decor was simplistic and pretty with colourful fynbos and wild flowers in vintage Bashews bottles, which were easy to clear away for when the main course came. The main course consisted of a variety of warm hearty dishes that everyone at the table needed to share and pass around as they wished, which was such a great social way to presenting the meals and getting the guests to mingle :)

It was so sweet, when I arrived at the girls..the little flower girl came running up to show me her big ring and the bride brought to my attention that the little girl also insisted she wanted to have the same nails as the you'll see a shot further down of the two of them with matching pink fingernails and matching blue toenails :)

The bride arrived in a newly remodelled vintage 4x4 (did I get that right Graeme??)..because the couple are very fond of going on 4x4 the ceremony that was held under a canopy amongst trees and a forrest background with a colourful ribbon banner to add to the festiveness of the day where the couples said their 'I do's'. After the ceremony the couple walked through a cloud of 'cornfetti' into the garden to take a group shot that was followed by a small burst of rain that sent guests ducking back to the venue..was quite entertaining!

We were blessed with clear skies and sunshine for the most part of the couple shoot that involved some pretty white balloons on an abandoned tennis court on the estate :)

All in all it was such a fun day and Nadine and Graeme looked so great and were up for anything during the shoot! Thanks for being such great clients to photograph! And thanks to my assistant Debbie for all your help on the were a star!


Venue: Towerbosch, Knorhoek, Stellenbosch
Photographer's assistant: Debbie Lourens

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