SBB ♥ Our 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.

Introducing our new sponsors…

Cape Town photographer Sarah Zandt‘s work is new to me, and I’m absolutely loving it! I’m sure we’ll be seeing lots more of her on SBB, but for the moment, check out her full listing in our Cape Photographers supplier listings page.

“I adore people in love,” say Gauteng photographer, Stella Uys, and you’ll see what she means when you view the world through her camera lens. Another photographer whose work I am looking forward to sharing more with y’all!

I’ve had my eye on the work of Absolute Perfection, event consultants and stylists, for a while, so I’m thrilled to give them a big SBB welcome to our team of sponsors. Absolute Perfection’s Candace is currently cooking up a little something just for you – can’t WAIT to share more in due course!

If you’re looking for favours from pretty pashminas to compact mirrors to gift boxes and bags, then look no further than Pashmina Parlour, another of our brand new sponsors. And why not check out this post from the archive for some pashmina favour inspiration!

We’re also delighted to welcome the dynamic Wesley Poon, who is based in Gauteng. Wesley comes highly recommended by my Joburg friends, and you just need to look through his light, bright portfolio full of candid moments to see why.

As always, I’m just as happy to welcome back our returning sponsors – don’t forget to head over to their sites to check out more of their work, and tell them I sent you!

The new Olivelli Cape Town store has kicked off with a bang, and brides are flocking to try on their beautiful gowns. Earlier this month we chatted to Olivelli about their personal fittings process, but to see all their lovely dresses head over to their website.

One of my favourite parts about a new wedding season is seeing a new crop of brides and grooms, and I particularly can’t wait to see them brought to life by Alexander Productions video – Andrew’s work always makes me feel like I was there!

Having recently been on a mammoth prop search for a shoot here in London, I wished I had My Pretty Vintage to take care of all my hiring needs – but if you’re in Cape Town, they can sort it all for you, and have your guests oohing in no time!

Wedding planning is fun but stressful, so if you want to leave your big day in capable hands, then give Lisa Schoeman of Talk Functions a call. You can see her extensive portfolio (and meticulous attention to detail) online.

One thing just about every one of my married friends has said is that if they didn’t get a video, they regretted it. Make sure that’s not something you need to worry about by giving Craig at Storyboard Productions a call – they’ll document your day beautifully!

I sigh, you sigh, we all sigh for letterpress. And none more so than the gorgeous stationery at Essie Letterpress. You can also catch them at Kamers!

One of my most trusted sources of wedding knowledge, Theresa of Creation Events has recently been sharing some of that knowledge with SouthBound Brides (check out her tips for choosing a venue and being a bridesmaid). Just the kind of person you want holding your hand through the wedding planning process!