Featured Weddings

Glen and Elisna, Harbour House

Glen and Elisna, Harbour House

Glen and Elisna, Harbour House. Make no mistake my friends, weddings are exceptionally entertaining events.

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Ryan and Juliette, Nooitgedacht

Ryan and Juliette, Nooitgedacht

Ryan and Juliette, Nooitgedacht. I’ve often wondered about it you know. Life after wedding photography.

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Adam and Aura, Bree Street Studios

Adam and Aura, Bree Street Studios

Adam and Aura, Bree Street Studios. Shooting a wedding in a vineyard is one thing. Shooting a wedding in the middle of a city is something else altogether.

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Neil and Corinne, Old Mac Daddy

Neil and Corinne, Old Mac Daddy

Neil and Corinne, Old Mac Daddy. Want to hear some really cool stories and catch a glimpse of some of the behind-the-scenes goings on at a wedding?

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Wahl and Lezanne, 401 Rozendal

Wahl and Lezanne, 401 Rozendal

Wahl and Lezanne, 401 RozendalIntroducing two of the kindest, most gentle, humble and appreciative people you will ever have the pleasure of meeting.

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Shaun and Megan, Weltevreden Estate, Stellenbosch

Shaun and Megan, Weltevreden Estate, Stellenbosch

Shaun and Megan, Weltevreden Estate, Stellenbosch. The first time I meet my wedding couples, we generally sit and have a mighty fine chit-chat

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Tarryn and Willy, Winery Road Forest

Tarryn and Willy, Winery Road Forest

Tarryn and Willy, Winery Road Forest. I first met Tarryn at Romy and Charlie’s wedding. I was busy shooting Romy’s make-up at Angala.

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SA Weddings, styled beach shoot

SA Weddings, styled beach shoot

It’s always pretty awesome working with the folks at SA Weddings.

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Gregg and Lauren, Millhouse Kitchen, Lourensford

Gregg and Lauren, Millhouse Kitchen, Lourensford

Gregg (yes, two g’s I know, I know) and Lauren, Millhouse Kitchen, Lourensford Wine Estate. Or should that be Simon and Tamara?

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Mari and Maciej, Haute Cabriere, Franschhoek

Mari and Maciej, Haute Cabriere, Franschhoek

Mari and Maciej, Haute Cabriere, Franschhoek. The human race is fascinating really.

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Darryl and Joni, Cape Point Vineyards

Darryl and Joni, Cape Point Vineyards

Darryl and Joni, Cape Point Vineyards. I’m often taken aback by just how balanced and solid some of my brides and grooms are.

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Beni and Linda, Suikerbossie

Beni and Linda, Suikerbossie

Beni and Linda, Suikerbossie. If you’ve been watching my weddings for some time now, you’ll know my feelings about shooting Jewish weddings.

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Alec and Nici, Blue Horizon Estate, Simonstown

Alec and Nici, Blue Horizon Estate, Simonstown

Alec and Nici, Blue Horizon Estate, Simonstown. There’s a line that comes up with alarming regularity at weddings time and time again.

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Bryn and Fionnuala, Perth, Western Australia

Bryn and Fionnuala, Perth, Western Australia

Bryn and Fionnuala, Perth, Western Australia. Talk about an epic adventure.

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Taryn and Mike, Old Mac Daddy, Grabouw

Taryn and Mike, Old Mac Daddy, Grabouw

Taryn and Mike, Old Mac Daddy, Grabouw. So there I am. Old Mac Daddy it is.

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Caitlin and Darren, Brenaissance, Stellenbosch

Caitlin and Darren, Brenaissance, Stellenbosch

This wedding season has without any shadow of a doubt been the hottest in living memory. That’s a fact Jack.

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Etienne and Taryn, Winery Road Forest

Etienne and Taryn, Winery Road Forest

Tarryn and Etienne, Winery Road Forest. Now let’s see, what can I tell you about Tarryn and Etienne’s wedding.

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Romy and Charlie, Vrede en Lust

Romy and Charlie, Vrede en Lust

Romy and Charlie, Vrede en Lust. So you see, Helen and myself were sitting and chatting last night about this whole wedding thing.

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Adam and Maria, La Vierge, Hemel & Aarde Valley

Adam and Maria, La Vierge, Hemel & Aarde Valley

Adam and Maria, La Vierge, Hemel & Aarde Valley. What happens when a Portuguese family and an Afrikaans family come together for a wedding?

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Wayne and Lauren, Boesmanland, Langebaan

Wayne and Lauren, Boesmanland, Langebaan

Wayne and Lauren, Boesmanland, Langebaan. It all started probably about 4 years ago. I arrived to photograph the SA Weddings Bride of the Year event at Lagoon Beach Hotel when this delightful Event Coordinator (or whatever her title was) walked up and shook my hand. All very, very professional you know. Then it all kind of went belly up and downhill from there. Lauren Atkinson soon became my La, Lolly, Lolly-poll’s, Lolly-polly-poepsy-pie – in fact anything I could come up with whenever and wherever. But I’m not alone in this. Such is her personality that everyone calls her these names of endearment. I mean look at these photos! Look at her face! She’s wasn’t just like this on her wedding day – she’s like this EVERY day. I LOVE you Lolly – you make the world a much, much better place. Then of course there’s the lucky chap who struck gold and got the opportunity to spend forever with this girl, Wayne. Sorry girls, he’s taken. Tough I know, but you’ll have to come to terms with it I’m afraid. Because Wayne is the male form of our La. Don’t slit your wrists now, but he is, sorry, sorry, he was, a bit of a catch. A true gentleman, an epic father to Matthew, never has a bad word to say about anyone, pretty chilled yet dynamic. And for what it’s worth, he can surf. Like he actually knows how to stand up on a floating piece of board in the water and do tricks on it. So imagine this wedding. From Lauren (apparently) putting Wayne’s ring onto the wrong finger during the ceremony, to shrieks of laughter as the wind ripped havoc with every proceeding, to lots of love and more love and even more love, this was da bomb. Entertainment was provided in the bridal room by La and her mom chatting to each other. It was poetry in motion listening to the two of them communicate like only a mother and daughter who really understand each other can. Extremely funny. More entertainment was provided as La smashed her head unceremoniously against the TV stand nearly knocking herself out in the process. It must have taken her a full two minutes to regain her composure. Even more entertainment was provided as La had a very uncharacteristic semi-wobble and almost lost it as her nerves kicked in just before leaving for the ceremony. ‘I’m beading, I’m beading, mom I’m beading’ said Lolly, hyperventilating magnificently as bridesmaids tried hugely ineffectively to calm her down. This was just magnificent and way better than any comedy channel. Oh wait, there was yet more entertainment to come. So who remembers that one groomsmen (can’t remember his name) posing up on the dune like a duck trying to lay an egg? What was he thinking? ‘Say there, howdy y’all, think I’m just gonna stand here and pretend to be a duck hatching an egg – how do I look ma peeps?’ This is not Warren having a fantasy creative writing moment – this is true! This is what actually happened! So there you go. First came the boudoir, then came the e-session and finally, along came the Boesmanland wedding – and it did not disappoint in any respect, at all. There will be more shoots to come. There will be more stories to tell. 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Tiaan and Alexa, Leipzig Country House, Worcester

Tiaan and Alexa, Leipzig Country House, Worcester

Tiaan and Alexa, Leipzig Country House, Worcester. Every year, there’s at least one wedding where I turn around to myself and say:

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Aimee and Andrew, Suikerbossie

Aimee and Andrew, Suikerbossie

Aimee and Andrew, Suikerbossie. Let’s go back in time shall we? I was in supreme pain at the first wedding I ever shot.

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Christian and Katya, Whale View Manor, Simonstown

Christian and Katya, Whale View Manor, Simonstown

 

Christian and Katya, Whale View Manor, Simonstown. So let’s see now, the two questions I get asked most often at weddings are…

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SA Weddings, Styled Shoot, Langkloof Roses

SA Weddings, Styled Shoot, Langkloof Roses

SA Weddings, Styled Shoot, Langkloof Roses. So this is kind of how the story goes.

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Ross and Illona, Knorhoek, Stellenbosch

Ross and Illona, Knorhoek, Stellenbosch

Ross and Illona, Knorhoek, Stellenbosch. So it’s like this you see. I was never going to be a brain surgeon.

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Jess and Nick, Emily Moon River Lodge

Jess and Nick, Emily Moon River Lodge

Jess and Nick, Emily Moon River Lodge. Whenever I get an out-of-town wedding I do a quiet double backflip, half-turn salto.

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Roy and Janine, Cape Town Hotel School

Roy and Janine, Cape Town Hotel School

Roy and Janine, Cape Town Hotel School. Okay, so I need to come clean, I’m a bit of an oddity. A bit of a freak of nature actually.

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Kim and Greig, Bluebird Garage

Kim and Greig, Bluebird Garage

Kim and Greig, Bluebird Garage. I met Kim and Greig a year ago. We had a beer and chatted about their wedding day.

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Alister and Caryn, Monkey Valley

Alister and Caryn, Monkey Valley

Alister and Caryn, Monkey Valley. So you see, it’s like this. Being a wedding photographer has its moments.

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Carly and Trevor, Suikerbossie

Carly and Trevor, Suikerbossie

Carly and Trevor, Suikerbossie. You know how sometimes you’ll have a day that whizzes by before it even started.

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Lisa and James, The Roundhouse

Lisa and James, The Roundhouse

Lisa and James, The Roundhouse. Over the years I’ve come to realise that there are 6 kinds of dancing specialists at weddings.

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Oliver and Michelle, Granger Bay Hotel School

Oliver and Michelle, Granger Bay Hotel School

Oliver and Michelle, Granger Bay Hotel School. December 2014 was without a doubt the busiest month I have ever had.

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Kobus and Sian, Vrede & Lust

Kobus and Sian, Vrede & Lust

Kobus and Sian, Vrede & Lust. So you see, Kobus, Sian and myself hook up for a Skype chat.

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Warren and Tamsin, Buitenverwachting

Warren and Tamsin, Buitenverwachting

Warren and Tamsin, Buitenverwachting. Whenever I get home from a wedding Helen asks me how it went (good wife you know). Sometimes she’s fast asleep when I get back, but she’ll almost always drag herself out of bed to let me offload on the wedding. Sometimes when I get back, I’m completely exhausted and I’ll slump down like a boxer in his corner. Actually, come to think of it, most of the time I do the boxer slump. Then Hellie will pour me a drink and I’ll relate the wedding to her in the minutest detail. From Aunt Betty who repeatedly pinched me on the bum every time I passed her, to cousin Julie who tried to get me to drink Tequila with her (sorry, next time Julie-baby), to the ‘squeezing of the ‘puppies’ into the dress moment’ which had everybody a bit distraught, to the um, load shedding that happened right on ceremony time (yes Eskom, you are a complete and utter living nightmare and you have no excuse), to, to, to… Anyway, after Warren and Tamsin’s wedding, I had to talk a lot about humanrightsfilmnetwork.org/topamax Tam. I couldn’t quite pinpoint it during the wedding and I still can’t pinpoint it, but this is a rare, rare gem of a girl. She has this, I don’t know, inner magic. It’s so difficult to put it into words. She’s like an angel in a movie – kind, caring, softly spoken. She’s worldly. I’m not getting this right at all. Think of an AMAZING person that you know. Someone you wish you could be like because he or she just shines. That’s Tamsin – and then some. Warren – you are one very fortunate guy. But hey, you know that. Of course, I know why Tam married you – you have a legendary name. Let’s be honest – anyone with the name Warren just has to be whooooaaaa. Love you guys. Always will.

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Kelly and Guy, Suikerbossie

Kelly and Guy, Suikerbossie

Kelly and Guy, Suikerbossie. Now let’s see – we all know that brides are generally fairly calm and in control.

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Robbie and Caitlin, Kronenburg

Robbie and Caitlin, Kronenburg

Robbie and Caitlin, Kronenburg. I’m not sure if this was actually a wedding.

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Christiaan and Chantel, Nooitgedacht

Christiaan and Chantel, Nooitgedacht

Christiaan and Chantel, Nooitgedacht. Whew. Where do I start?

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David and Elana, Kirstenbosch

David and Elana, Kirstenbosch

David and Elana, Kirstenbosch. My, my, what a wedding.

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Geoff and Vabakshnee, Webersburg

Geoff and Vabakshnee, Webersburg

Geoff and Vabakshnee, Webersburg. Okay, so before we even begin here, try this little exercise.

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Natasha and Jerome, The Strandloper

Natasha and Jerome, The Strandloper

Natasha and Jerome, The Strandloper. The cutest kids you ever saw. A BIG Portuguese family.

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Riaan and Rozanne, The Lighthouse, Yzerfontein

Riaan and Rozanne, The Lighthouse, Yzerfontein

Riaan and Rozanne, The Lighthouse, Yzerfontein. Not exactly what I’d call a pressure wedding.

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Jo and Albert, Sea Trader

Jo and Albert, Sea Trader

Jo and Albert were married at the Sea Trader in St Helena Bay. The end. Nope, it didn’t really happen like that.

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Dirk and Magdel, Old Mac Daddy

Dirk and Magdel, Old Mac Daddy

I’m going to let you into a secret. Actually, it’s more like a cold, hard fact. No wedding is easy to shoot. Not ever.

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Luxury boat wedding at sea

Luxury boat wedding at sea

It’s not often one gets to photograph a luxury boat wedding at sea. But then it’s not often that the HMS Iron Duke sails into Table Bay either.

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Mike and Louise, Steenberg Estate

Mike and Louise, Steenberg Estate

Mike and Louise, Steenberg Estate. What a build up it had been. Torrential, driving, pouring rain in the few days before their wedding.

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Matthew and Nicole, Silvermist Estate

Matthew and Nicole, Silvermist Estate

There was a moment at  Matthew and Nicole’s wedding at Silvermist Estate in Hout Bay where I thought I’d wandered into the Springbok Pub.

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Marnus and Leandri, Kleinevalleij

Marnus and Leandri, Kleinevalleij

Marnus and Leandri did a good thing. They flew down (along with just about all of their guests) from Pretoria to hold their wedding at Kleinevalleij in Wellington. Then they went a step further.

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David and Bianca, Landtscap

David and Bianca, Landtscap

Rule #1. Never ever, ever turn your back on me when I’m shooting your wedding. Not ever. Especially if you drop your pants – intentionally, or unintentionally. It’s fatal. 

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Lisa and Cole, Blydschap

Lisa and Cole, Blydschap

Wedding Expos can be fairly long affairs – 3 days, 8 hours on your feet, smiling and trying to look extremely keen as people file past, eating sandwiches and drinking  champagne.

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Gavin and Tanya, South Hill

Gavin and Tanya, South Hill

So let’s see, what do I tell you about Gav and Tanya’s wedding at South Hill in Elgin? And believe me, there’s a lot to tell.

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Judy and Jo, Hermanus

Judy and Jo, Hermanus

No wedding is ever average. But to coin a phrase, this home wedding in Hermanus was not your average wedding. Not on your Nelly.

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Carla and Ian, Solms Delta, Franschhoek

Carla and Ian, Solms Delta, Franschhoek

‘Whoooops! Tricky. Uh-oh.’ Call it what you will, but Carla and Ian’s wedding at Solms Delta, Franschhoek rendered the singularly most show-stopping moment of any wedding I’ve ever shot.

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Jaco and Yvette, Old Mac Daddy, Elgin

Jaco and Yvette, Old Mac Daddy, Elgin

Meet Jaco and Yvette at Old Mac Daddy. Although, hold on, since everyone else calls Yvette ‘Blom,’ we will too.

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Romy and Brendan, The Roundhouse

Romy and Brendan, The Roundhouse

It speaks volumes that people fly in from all over the world to get married in Cape Town.

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Rob and Skye, Natte Valleij

Rob and Skye, Natte Valleij

‘Cause we got the fire, fire, fire
Yeah we got the fire, fire, fire,
And we gonna let it burn, burn, burn, burn…’

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Andrew and Calan, Groote Post

Andrew and Calan, Groote Post

I always say to my couples: ‘chaps, we can go for the bog standard stand and pose wedding photos or we can go for who YOU really are.’

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Jurie and Arlene, Langverwagt

Jurie and Arlene, Langverwagt

Let’s get stuck into some credit where credit is due stuff shall we? So firstly, I’m quite partial to a snack at a wedding, and usually these are to be found in the bride’s bedroom as she’s getting ready.

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Lars and Tenneale, Blue Horizon

Lars and Tenneale, Blue Horizon

Admission of guilt time. I lie a lot at weddings, I really do. It sort of goes with the territory I’m afraid.

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Maris and Charmaine, Allee Bleue

Maris and Charmaine, Allee Bleue

‘Bye honey, see you later, wish me luck. Cheers kids, enjoy your parties and ballet rehearsals and, and, and…’ And off I went to Allee Bleue in Franschhoek.

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Shirley and Juan, Hout Bay Manor

Shirley and Juan, Hout Bay Manor

Perfection probably just about sums up Shirley and Juan’s wedding at the Hout Bay Manor. Because if ever there was a wedding that went off like clockwork, then this was it.  

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Christian and Angela, Red Ivory Lodge, Magaliesberg

Christian and Angela, Red Ivory Lodge, Magaliesberg

So I boarded the plane. Flew to Jo’burg. No bumps. Good flight. I’m calm. Get off at Joey’s, into the car, GPS on, off to Magalies. I’m starving.

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Lotte and Marcelle, Grand Dédale, Wellington

Lotte and Marcelle, Grand Dédale, Wellington

Weddings are all about experiences. And don’t for one minute believe that everything at a wedding is the stuff of fairytales.

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Charl and Jo-Anne, La Vierge, Hemel & Aarde Valley

Charl and Jo-Anne, La Vierge, Hemel & Aarde Valley

I often get really amazing comments and compliments as far as my wedding photography goes.

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Lisa and Shlomi, Suikerbossie

Lisa and Shlomi, Suikerbossie

Let me tell you something about Lisa. She likes a photo. Actually, she likes a lot of photos.

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Francois and Tamrin, Boesmanland, Langebaan

Francois and Tamrin, Boesmanland, Langebaan

I often say to people that probably about 90% or so of the photos I take have a story behind them.

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Howard and Daelle, Suikerbossie

Howard and Daelle, Suikerbossie

Try sprinting the Comrades Marathon – backwards.

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Luka and Clayton, The Strandkombuis

Luka and Clayton, The Strandkombuis

I started shooting weddings a little while back. 1994 to be precise.

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Charles and Riana, Slipperfields, Port Elizabeth

Charles and Riana, Slipperfields, Port Elizabeth

Slipperfields is a long, long way from Cape Town, but the scenery en-route makes up for distance.

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Jody and Karl, Groenvlei

Jody and Karl, Groenvlei

Hmmmm okay. I arrive to shoot Jody and Karl’s wedding at Groenvlei and everything is hunky-dory.

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Kyle and Elani, Oubos, Eastern Cape

Kyle and Elani, Oubos, Eastern Cape

I’ve seen some pretty exceptional places in my time shooting weddings, but Oubos is just remarkable.

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Niel and Cara, Heidelberg

Niel and Cara, Heidelberg

Hands up if you like good, old-fashioned, traditional South African food. Bit of a no-brainer really.

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Bruce and Sarah, Buitenverwachting, Constantia

Bruce and Sarah, Buitenverwachting, Constantia

I met Bruce and Sarah for the very first time exactly two days before their wedding.

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Adam and Vania, Grotto Bay

Adam and Vania, Grotto Bay

I’m going to say two words here, and when I do, one of the groomsmen at Adam and Vania’s wedding at Grotto Bay (Simon is his name), is going to turn cold with sweat.

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Johan and Juanita, Leipzig Country House, Worcester

Johan and Juanita, Leipzig Country House, Worcester

Relaxed, laid-back and informal. That probably best describes Johan and Juanita’s wedding at Leipzig Country House in Worcester.

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Albert and Natasha, Suikerbossie, Hout Bay

Albert and Natasha, Suikerbossie, Hout Bay

So today’s million Dollar question is… hands up if you know what the Hora is?

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Michael and Leanne, La Vierge, Hermanus

Michael and Leanne, La Vierge, Hermanus

I gulped down some water, looked over at Leanne and said: ‘Now listen here, seriously girl, this barbed wire is vicious hey.

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Cobus & Lizette, The Strandloper, Langebaan

Cobus & Lizette, The Strandloper, Langebaan

‘CAN YOU HEAR ME?’ I was about 3 metres away from Cobus and Lizette and their families.

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Stef and Faz, Babylonstoren, Franschhoek

Stef and Faz, Babylonstoren, Franschhoek

We really do live in an amazing country you know. And we really do have it all.

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Lauren and Pablo, Lord Milner Hotel, Matjiesfontein

Lauren and Pablo, Lord Milner Hotel, Matjiesfontein

I continually say to my brides and grooms that I can only shoot what is in front of me.

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Campbell and Ally, Catharina’s Restaurant, Steenberg Estate

Campbell and Ally, Catharina’s Restaurant, Steenberg Estate

After every wedding I get home and whoever in my family is within earshot gets the whole run-down from start to finish.

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Remi and Emma, Allee Bleue

Remi and Emma, Allee Bleue

When I first started out photographing weddings I had one simple vision in mind – to shoot people as they are.

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Danielle and Keenan, The White House, Yzerfontein

Danielle and Keenan, The White House, Yzerfontein

Morning weddings are rare, but boy are they awesome. Good speeches at weddings are not so rare.

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Gerard and Jonelle, Old Mac Daddy

Gerard and Jonelle, Old Mac Daddy

There are 3 essential actions in life that will make you happier and help you live longer.

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Nigel and Carly, Val de Vie

Nigel and Carly, Val de Vie

Whenever I first meet my wedding couples they’re often in two minds as to how to plan their weddings.

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Johanette and Thabo, Jacobsbaai

Johanette and Thabo, Jacobsbaai

Weddings, all weddings, carry a certain amount of associated stress for me.

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Tristan and Kristin, Boesmanland Plaaskombuis

Tristan and Kristin, Boesmanland Plaaskombuis

Let’s try a little tongue-twister shall we?

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Pierre and Sharon, Shelley Point Hotel

Pierre and Sharon, Shelley Point Hotel

Welcome to Sharon and Pierre’s wedding. Now you see, as you’re about to find out, this wedding was all about legs.

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JJ & Corrien, Nitida, Durbanville

JJ & Corrien, Nitida, Durbanville

Trust me, I don’t get cold. I’m known to wear t-shirts and shorts in mid-winter without much fuss.

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Hennie and Asanti, Beloftebos

Hennie and Asanti, Beloftebos

On the morning of every wedding I quite like to leave early, take a long, slow drive and just take in the atmosphere.

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Christian and Kate, La Colombe, Constantia Uitsig

Christian and Kate, La Colombe, Constantia Uitsig

Let’s see now, there are 5 600 wedding photos on my website.

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Garth & Lee, Val de Vie

Garth & Lee, Val de Vie

Faith. Small word, big meaning. Let me explain. Helen and myself are driving out to Val de Vie for Garth and Lee’s wedding.

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Mark and Roxanne, Le Bac

Mark and Roxanne, Le Bac

‘Warren hello,’ I said as I answered my cellphone.’ It was a good friend of mine Matt on the other end. ‘Listen mate, he said.

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Karl and Tamlyn, Donier

Karl and Tamlyn, Donier

So let’s see now, how will I remember Karl and Tamlyn’s wedding?

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Celebrity Wedding: Kuba and Hildegardt, Shelley Point Hotel

Celebrity Wedding: Kuba and Hildegardt, Shelley Point Hotel

Annie, my middle daughter always says: ‘Dad, the Weskus is die Beskus.’

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James and Caryn, The Vineyard Hotel

James and Caryn, The Vineyard Hotel

I’m going to break my silence using Caryn and James’ wedding as an example.

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Corrie and Danelo, Molenvliet

Corrie and Danelo, Molenvliet

‘Dr D’ is in the house! So here’s the thing.

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Christin and Wilter, Constantia Uitsig

Christin and Wilter, Constantia Uitsig

There must be very few countries across the world that offer the variety of wedding settings that South Africa offers.

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Christiaan and Candice, Blydschap

Christiaan and Candice, Blydschap

Let me tell you something about Christiaan. He looks like a pretty decent guy. He even acts like a pretty decent guy. But I’m not so sure.

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Ernst and Aleksa, Chamonix, Franschhoek

Ernst and Aleksa, Chamonix, Franschhoek

Whenever I drive out to shoot a wedding in Franschhoek it feels like I should include a pack horse and a few mules to help me get there.

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Sarah and Paul, Mont Rochelle

Sarah and Paul, Mont Rochelle

How does one even begin to describe this wedding? ‘Oh wow’ would probably do the briefest trick.

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Anel and Ryno, Paternoster

Anel and Ryno, Paternoster

Now don’t get me wrong – Ryno, Anel and their guests are really happy people.

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Izandi & Du Toit, Blydschap: Part 1

Izandi & Du Toit, Blydschap: Part 1

It’s my website and it’s my business, so for once I’m going to be unashamedly biased! But it’s for good reason.

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Izandi and Du Toit, Blydschap: Part 2

Izandi and Du Toit, Blydschap: Part 2

As most people who visit my website know, I’m not exactly the most prolific of photographers when it comes to showing you decor at weddings.

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Izandi and Du Toit, Blydschap Part 3

Izandi and Du Toit, Blydschap Part 3

I think Izandi has been watching to much youtube to be quite honest.

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Herman and Jonel, L’ Ermitage, Franschhoek

Herman and Jonel, L’ Ermitage, Franschhoek

Now here’s something different! Welcome to Herman and Jonel’s connoisseur wedding at the very swish L’ Ermitage in Franschhoek.

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Mario and Mellisa: Stellenrust

Mario and Mellisa: Stellenrust

Welcome to Mario and Mellisa’s wedding, alternatively known as the: Does anyone have a Portuguese language handbook handy?’ wedding.

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Kevin and Roxanne, The Farmhouse, Langebaan

Kevin and Roxanne, The Farmhouse, Langebaan

When it came to Kev and Roxanne’s wedding, I think good old James Brown said it best: ‘Whoa-oa-oa! I feel good,

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Anke and Vincent, Forrest 44

Anke and Vincent, Forrest 44

Every so often a bride and groom come along and ask me to shoot the two of them before the ceremony actually takes place.

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James and Liesl, Betty’s Bay

James and Liesl, Betty’s Bay

The last time I was in Betty’s Bay was about 12 years ago. It’s grown a lot since then.

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De Wet and Barbara-Lee, Kleine Zalze

De Wet and Barbara-Lee, Kleine Zalze

In about 90 years from now, when I’m old and grey, sitting on my stoep and sticking chicken bones into my pockets off my plate

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Dawie and Wilhelmien, Neethlingshof, Stellenbosch

Dawie and Wilhelmien, Neethlingshof, Stellenbosch

Take a look at these photos. Do you see any stress levels? I don’t.

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Tanya and Tigue, Mofam River Lodge, Grabouw

Tanya and Tigue, Mofam River Lodge, Grabouw

I ALWAYS leave ludicrously early for weddings simply because hold-ups, hijackings, burst tyres,

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DW and Shirley, Nitida

DW and Shirley, Nitida

If you take the time to read some of the articles I’ve put onto my website I can absolutely guarantee you they’ll help you to put together a wedding

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Jaco and Renata, The Sea Trader

Jaco and Renata, The Sea Trader

I’m on a hiding second to none on this wedding.

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Dylan and Kristy, JC Le Roux

Dylan and Kristy, JC Le Roux

Let’s kick this off like this shall we. Dylan went to a girls school down the road from SACS (which is a real boy’s school).

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Adrian and Candice, Suikerbossie

Adrian and Candice, Suikerbossie

Allow me to explain something to you about the way I shoot weddings that not even my wife can come to grips with. When I shoot, two things happen very, very, very quickly.

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Jono and Farrah, Picardi Wine Estate, Paarl

Jono and Farrah, Picardi Wine Estate, Paarl

I met Farrah for the first time  the day before her wedding.

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Tony and Wendy, Hidden Valley, Stellenbosch

Tony and Wendy, Hidden Valley, Stellenbosch

A year ago, Wendy walked straight up to me at a wedding expo and said: ‘Hi, are you Warren?’

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Gary and Fran, Morgenhof, Stellenbosch

Gary and Fran, Morgenhof, Stellenbosch

Morgenhof Wine Estate in Stellenbosch is a lovely setting for a wedding. Vineyards, mountains, big pond, stunning architecture.

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David and Lindsay, The Strandloper, Langebaan

David and Lindsay, The Strandloper, Langebaan

A wedding at The Strandloper in Langebaan is always just awesome for wedding photography.

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Stefan and Bernice

Stefan and Bernice

Aaaaah, another language-challenging wedding day. This time I had to haul out my very best Dutch to deal with the proceedings.

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Tarryn and Rowan

Tarryn and Rowan

The first time I saw Tarryn she was about 3 years old with snot running out of her nose and a very dirty face.

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Philip and Nadine

Philip and Nadine

It’s not exactly a big secret that I’m an enormous fan of The Strandloper in Langebaan.

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Michan and Emile: Leipzig Country House

Michan and Emile: Leipzig Country House

Ah, a bride and groom who did things a little differently! Welcome to Michan and Emile’s wedding.

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JP and Kirsten

JP and Kirsten

Bless JP and Kirsten’s little hearts – they got married in Johannesburg which meant I had to climb onto a plane.

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Paul and Victoria

Paul and Victoria

I can speak English. I can speak Afrikaans. I can even speak a good dose of Xhosa.

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Anne-Marie & Gys

Anne-Marie & Gys

Anne-Marie and Gys were married at the very beautiful Eben-Hauzer out in Paarl (they’re pretty much neighbours with Nederburg).

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Herman and Marilet

Herman and Marilet

Whenever I sit down to write my take on the wedding I’ve just shot, I always re-write the thing about half a dozen times.

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Charl and Mary

Charl and Mary

When it gets hot in Stellenbosch, it gets hot. Hot as in, stand under an oak tree and sweat a lot hot.

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Bo and Craig

Bo and Craig

I’m not normally all that short on words when it comes to writing. But I have to tell you, Bo and Craig’s wedding leaves me unsure of where to start, so let’s start at the beginning shall we.

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Jo and Danny

Jo and Danny

So it’s 30-something degrees outside, Jo is trying to get into her very beautiful wedding dress (with a lot of huffing, puffing and grunting going on as her bridesmaids assist with the tugging

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