I just can’t get enough of these rustic, DIY weddings, from the tassels to the bunting to the Consol Jars decorated each in their own special way to the white spray-painted little animals. All the way to the proteas and wooden broaches. Dylan and Lorraine’s special day was captured by Photocase Photography. The ceremony was held in the tiny Renishaw chapel on top of a hill, surrounded by trees completely out of view from anyone but from the graveyard you could see all the way passed the fields of sugar cane and right to the sea.
The bride did such a stunning job on the décor, this literally on a shoestring budget, making an old Italian Club in Umkomaas look beautiful with such subtle décor. She herself looked lovilee, transformed into a rock ‘n roll looking vintage bride.
How did the two of you meet?
My mother used to look after Dylan when we were both just toddlers. We did not really socialise at all until we met again in our early twenties, and the rest is history.
Tell us more about the proposal?
We were at the Hluhluwe Umfolozi National Game reserve, having breakfast at the river. The sun was shining in my eyes when Dylan blocked it out asking whether it was better. I answered ‘Yes’. the next moment he dropped down on one knee, asking ‘And Now?’… I said ‘Yes’ again!
Do you have any advice for engaged couples?
Don’t forget to kiss… As long as you can kiss, you can’t be upset.
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