Introducing Our New Sponsors

I know some of your subscribe to SBB through RSS or email, so you may miss out on the sponsors whose adverts you’ll see on the site. So every month, I’ll introduce you to them – after all, without them, there would be no SouthBound Bride! Show them some love by clicking through to check out their sites.

Andrew Alexander of Alexander Productions is one of Cape Town’s most experienced and well-respected wedding filmmakers. He’s so good at capturing the emotion of the day – just check out the video above to be swept up!

I just love the beautiful dresses available at Olivelli, so I was thrilled to share the news that they’ll be opening a Cape Town store soon. We’re counting down to the opening – find out more (and enter a fun competition) here.

Laura Versveld is lighting up the Mpumalanga wedding scene with her gorgeous pictures – check out her site if you’re planning a wedding in this gorgeous part of South Africa.

You all know that my heart belongs to letterpress, and Essie Letterpress‘ website literally makes my heart skip a beat with their beautiful invitations. They offer design as well as letterpress printing only, and are based near Cape Town. If you want to find out more about letterpress, here’s a guest post from Essie that we featured some time ago.

We recently featured some of the video stylings of new sponsor Storyboard Productions as part of our post on Kate & Christian’s wedding, and here’s another lovely video to show off their fresh perspective!

If you’ve been over to our Cape Photography‘s page, you may have noticed our featured supplier Stephanie Veldman. I am so in love with her style, and can’t wait to showcase her work on SBB!

Gauteng brides need look no further for a brilliant photographer than Simone Franzel – I’m loving the light in her pictures, as well as her sense of fun!