Katie and Jeremy are one of those magical couples full of adventure. When we met them in London to shoot some pics of them before the wedding, we hit it off with them so damn hard. They were super comfy in front of the camera and just had a beautiful confidence in who they were and their love for each other. Fast forward six odd months to their wedding and we knew we were in for a treat! With Jeremy beingΒ an old Eastern Cape guy, they chose to get married at the very cool Rose Barn between Jeffrey’s Bay and St Francis. Then I walked in to see Katie’s beyond stunning pink custom Marianne Fassler dress and I nearly died with happiness! Add to that a heart-warmingly sincere ceremony officiated by a friend, hand made and embroidered bunting and napkins made by Katie’s mom, an effortlessly in love couple shoot, and a surprise flash mob at Jeremy after the first dance and honestly we could not have asked to be a part of a more beautiful and perfect day for a phenomenal couple! Cant wait to meet up with you guys next time we are in London for a beer or three and to catch up on how your magical marriage adventure is unfolding!

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  1. Gary says:

    Stunning photo’s what an amazing wedding!

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