I ALWAYS leave ludicrously early for weddings simply because hold-ups, hijackings, burst tyres, emergency toilet runs and (since we live in Africa), lions, leopards, rhinos and so forth crossing the road do cause a bit of congestion on occasion. Like the truck that overturned en-route to Mofam and had us sitting eating biltong in a major traffic jam for almost 2 hours. By the time we arrived at Mofam I was all biltonged out and a bit thirsty I can tell you. So while I went off to get some water, Helen headed off to have a look at the décor. She came rushing back to say: ‘you’re going to love what you’re about to see.’ And I did. Killer, killer, killer décor. It really floated my proverbial boat. So for a change, I’m going to do something texasgoldengirl.com/cipro/ quite astonishing really – I’m going to actually include some décor shots that I’ve taken at a wedding. It’s a bit of a world first for a photographer who almost never includes décor shots on his website. Okay, enough of that – onto Tanya and Tigue’s wedding itself. To me, this wedding was characterised by hilariously funny bestmen, delightful bridesmaids (take a bow Snow and Rose), a bridesman that pulled off his role with pure class, extremely good, well-prepared speeches, a bride who was so happy that she literally danced and pranced her way down the aisle (very cute Tanz), and a groom whose name I still can’t get right – long story – (so we’ll just call him Tigerman forever because really, it’s just easier that way). What a happy, happy day.