Real Farm Wedding {Dionne & Greg}

In the course of running this blog, I get to see a lot of weddings. Some of them make me ooh and aah, some of them make me want to clap my hands and jump up and down a bit, some leave me a little bit speechless. Today’s wedding makes me want to sigh happily. It’s like a breath of fresh country air – so unfussy, and yet the details… I mean, fresh daisies peeping out of wellies? Hay bales and hundreds of fairy lights? A pot bellied pig as a casual witness? *sigh* It’s all just so goshdarn romantic…
The lovely pics are from Cap Classique’s own regular guest poster Roberta Crumplin from Big Day Big Picture (head over and check out her snazzy new website!).

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Real Garden Wedding {Sarah & Simon}

There’s nothing that tickles me more than fun, whimsical details, so this wedding had me at hello when I saw the boats floating in the swimming pool and the late night candy bar. Love! Sarah and Simon seem like such a relaxed (not to mention gorgeous!) couple, and you can see their joy and excitement just bouncing out of every one of Adene from Adene Photography‘s lovely photos. I’m so excited they let me share their day with you, and Sarah (a talented artist whose beautiful work you can see here) was sweet enough to send over all the inside info. Thanks Sarah, and congratulations again to both of you!Read More

Real Garden Wedding {Roxy & Craig}

Sometimes I just can’t believe the talent I come across in this industry. Last week’s bride was an amazing designer, and today’s is an incredible baker – her cakes are totally swoonworthy. More about that later this week, because today it’s all about her beautiful wedding (okay, it’s a little about her cake). Roxy and Craig were married in Constantia before moving on to a lush garden reception at her family home nearby. There’s something special about having a wedding at home, isn’t there? I love the idea of being reminded of that moment every time you visit, and being surrounded by your nearest and dearest in a familiar place. Read More