Beautiful wedding beneath the peaks of the Klein Drakenstein Mountain Range at Ashanti Estate
If you think back to summer earlier this year you'll remember our beloved electricity provider blessed us with load shedding. Getting married in +- 40 degree weather without fans or air-conditioners can be quite the challenge. The challenge was accepted and boy did Rozanne and Etienne own their wedding day. They also picked a wedding venue that's not only too gorgeous for words to describe, but prepared AF.
Etienne and Rozanne's sense for adventure shines through in the love they have for each other. We've never heard a guy brag about his wife's fishing skills the way Etienne did. You go Rozanne!!
They went for a very sustainable wedding vibe when it came to decor. They felt the need to provide greenery that would last longer than just their wedding day. So Etienne made cement flower pots (apparently it's easy peasy, as he explained it). So all over the venue and on all the tables were these cement pots with succulents in them. These were also the thank you gifts guests got to take home (unfortunately we forgot ours).
We're so happy for this beautiful couple and wish them an abundance of love and adventure for their future together.
Wedding photography by Disco Road Photography at Ashanti Estate in Paarl, Western Cape, South Africa.
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