I am so excited to finally share the beautiful images taken at Cebi & Sizwe’s wedding in Swaziland last year.
How they met…
Sizwe was accompanying his friend to his girlfriend (who also happensto be Cebi) who was sharing a room with Cebi Dlamini (our bride to be) at uni. They fell in love, but there was a bit of controversy, as the friend first thought that Sizwe was referring to his Cebi when he started frequenting the girl’s residence.
12 years later…
Free the Orange videographer, Steven Hall, and myself set out on a rainy road trip on the 6th of September, arriving at the Summerfield Botanical Gardens in the late afternoon for a quick meet with the bridal party and some location scouting. Afterwards we found our accommodation and set out on a little adventure which led us to the House on Fire, an amazing art venue, where we ate and relaxed next to a warm fire.
Next morning we were all up bright and early, even 2nd shooter Larry Thomas who arrived late at night from his drive up from another event in Durban. Despite torrential downpour, everyone remained in high spirits. The wedding was moved under cover, but there was still the feeling of being out in nature and the ceremony was truly joyful. The couple’s chemistry was tangible. We loved working with Cebi & Sizwe and I know they will have happiness together.
A special thanks to Boni, sister of the bride, who was my liaison in Johannesburg: You really created a beautiful event and I enjoyed working closely with you.
The suppliers who added their magic touch to the day:
Venue: Summerfield Botanical Gardens
Flowers and Decor: Cafe de Fleur & Co de Rosa
Cake: Andile Johnson
Bride’s Dress: Carlo Pignatelli, Sandton
Videography: Free The Orange
And off course Photography: Natalie Field, assisted by Larry Thomas