Our wedding

DSC_2690I can’t believe that we’ve been married for nearly four months, but in a sense it feels like it was ages ago already and at the same time like it was only yesterday! I love looking back on our special day and although it has been a while I still wanted to share a few of the details.

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October Favourites: My upcoming wedding

wedding updateSomeone at work recently asked whether I’ll be sharing anything of my wedding on social media, only to realise that I have kept quiet without exactly intending to! Whilst I don’t want to share every last detail with everyone, I think there are a few things that might be of interest to some of you- whether you simply love weddings or are planning one yourself.

I have to confess, doing all of the planning yourself can at times become slightly overwhelming and stressful, but nothing that a cup of coffee and a good planning session can’t cure!

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What to wear: The Informal Evening Wedding

As the days get longer, many are opting for chic evening weddings but steer away from the traditional sit down dinner indoors. This is your key to break the tradition and wear what makes you comfortable. Black is the easy option as it is never too fancy, but always classy enough.

This look is perfect for a garden ceremony with a cocktail reception as the shoes won’t sink into the grass and the chain strap of the bag frees your hands. The is comfort and classy at the same time, whilst still being traditional.

This look brakes tradition, is completely comfortable and doesn’t break the bank as it incorporates a few basic items. It would perfectly suit an outdoor spitbraai wedding where dancing is minimal.


The final look can be worn in church without shame and is equally comfortable for a slightly more traditional dinner, even if it is outdoors. The fit of the dress is purely office whilst the material allows it to be elevated to something more. Add a little extra bling and high heels to take this look out of the office.

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