Wedding in South Africa {Tamlyn and Edward}

Chanelle / 1 Comment

This wedding at Cathedral Peak in South Africa was of Tamlyn & Edward who met working and cruising the world aboard the QE II ship. They had a traditional Serbian orthodox wedding in Edwards home city of Belgrade around a year and a half ago. Unfortunately Tammy’s family from South Africa and Australia where unable to attend, therefor they decided to renew their vows and have a wedding blessing in the beautiful surroundings of the Drakensberg mountains in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa. This was an intimate affair with 35 guests attending. The blessing and reception where held at the stunning

Cathedral Peak resort. An unexpected snow fall a few days prior to the wedding meant that is was rather cold on the day, not what we imagined for “sunny” South Africa!
Wedding Bouquet for the bride

Wedding Bouquet with red roses taken outdoors in South Africa

Bride in thought about her big day

Wedding Dress hanging up

Portrait of a radiant bride

Traditional photograph of a bride on her wedding day

Bride and Father walking up to the church to get married

Groom waiting for his bride to arrive at the alter

Pageboy at a wedding

Church Wedding in South Africa held at Cathedral Peak

Candle lighting ceremony at a wedding in the chapel at Cathedral Peak

Father of the Bride claps at the wedding ceremony

Traditional Receiving line where the wedding party greets the guests

Chapel at Cathedral Peak, Drakensberg, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa

Formals with the family and friends, traditional wedding photos

Wedding Reception Champagne glasses

Portrait of the groom taken during the wedding reception

Candid photograph of a wedding guest in South Africa

Bride Portrait in a Wedding Photojournalist style

Bridal Portrait of both the bride and groom

Bride dancing at the reception

First Dance at a wedding in South Africa

I can’t wait to hear about your wedding CONTACT ME!


1 Comment

  1. Kat Forsyth on May 13, 2009 at 11:22 am

    Oh, lovely! My sister got married at this chapel a few years ago, and it was just wonderful. Great photos! I got directed here by…I don’t even remember where you featured, but anyway, I’m glad to have found you!