How lovely is this brief especially in the light of our current Covid-19 situation. Where sustainability and focus on less expensive decor is key!
Nadia and I met a little more than a year ago when we started exploring the idea of minimalistic decor with black emphasis.
She was in two minds wether to keep the reception decor clean and simplistic, versus a more colourful pre-drinks and ceremony setting, to have both her and Peter’s personalities reflected in the decor of their wedding.
Peter’s personality is more outgoing, he loves more colour and bohemian decor versus Nadia’s more minimalistic approach of black, green & gold.
I’m sure you’ll all agree that her dress was absolutely spectacular!
It’s not everyday that you see a bride, so happy, playing with her dress and where she could not stop smiling!
We really loved the freedom that we were given to play with food as part of her decor, bringing in beetroot, leeks, oranges, lemons and ruby grape fruit into their wedding arch. Dried aliums and strawflowers for more texture.
The floral jewellery (earrings, bangle) were such fun to design, where most of the items will dry well so it becomes a keepsake, a lovely lasting memory of the day.
As they opted for harvest tables where food is shared on platters by your table, we played with fruit as decor elements on the reception tables. Guest were welcome to eat the fruit as well, so they served a decor, colour and eating purpose. We hope you enjoy scrolling through their beautiful images of a perfect day.
Special thanks to the following service providers|
Photo credit by the amazing | Jana Marnewick
Second shooter Maggiephoto
Hair & make-up | Iza Cloete
Dress | Didi Couture
Florals, decor & lighting | CreativeNook
Band | My Oh My entertainment
Venue | Die Woud
Getting ready | Die Tuinhuis