Guy & Cheri’s wedding at Shepstone Gardens

Guy and Cheri know how to throw an epic party… and their big day was no exception! This wedding had the best of everything! An freaking gorgeous and totally adoring

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Raquel and Miguel’s amazing wedding

One day, long long ago a young guy named Miguel was sitting on a bus that seemed to be waiting for someone… after a very long time beautiful young girl

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Cara & Christian’s wedding at Beechwood Gardens

This wedding happened to fall on one of Johannesburg’s coldest days in recent memory… well my memory any way. But Cara and Christian did not let the inclement weather get

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Tamlyn & Keshav’s beautiful wedding

Keshav and Tamlyn’s Indian wedding was full of color and passion and saturated with beautiful rituals that celebrated their amazing union of such a wonderful couple. Just overflowing with kindness,

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Naeema & Mohammed Ali’s wedding

This has got to be one of the most unique love stories I’ve heard… MA and Naeema met playing Clash of Clans! Thats right! I mean where else can you

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Yongie and Tsoanelo’s traditional wedding in Lesotho

The much anticipated part 2 to one of the biggest and awesomest (yeah, I know there’s no such word) weddings, Gustav has photographed is finally finished. From Mtatha to Lesotho

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Candice and Kuni’s Hindu and Christian wedding at Shepstone Gardens

Although now living in London, Candice and Kuni wanted to start their married lives surrounded by their family and those friends that had the most impact on them… although there

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Wendy and George’s wedding at the Kyalami castle

Wendy and George have been together for almost a decade and even though George popped the question a year in… we got to be at the Castle in Kyalami to

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Nastasha & Ruanne’s wedding at the Bridge

This was one of my most special weddings ever. See… Stash and Ruan love Jesus and they really do honor him in everything they do. He was put first when

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Tracy and Phil’s wedding at Shepstone Gardens

Tracy and Phil’s day was filled with so much meaning. Nearly every detail had some special back-story… Even the ceremony was based on the parallels between a chef knife selection

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