I have died everyday waiting for you
Darling don’t be afraid I have loved you
For a thousand years
I’ll love you for a thousand more
They were padantic wedding planners of note…well after seven years of courtship, they ought to be and they so wanted the perfect day…I wonder which service provider received the most calls / emails.
Raphael and Thanesha who both lecture at the University of Kwazulu Natal, decided that the 14 December 2013 will be the perfect day to show the world their love.
The young couple exchanged vows in garden ceremony (amongst extreme humidity) at Braeside, on the North Coast of Natal. Friends and family were later treated to an initimate reception, with the couple’s speech being the longest part of the formalities, yet rather interesting….Raphael boasted about winning a bet, as she cried first and he also mentioned that he no longer possesses the upper hand in this marriage.
I met the couple for a pre – creative shoot (somebody did run late, so Tan Angel, not all things normally run to the minute) and this was covered in the grounds of the venue.
Thank you Nadia for the use of your Vespa (No Raph, I honetsly did not plan the prop).
This wedding was really special and I so appreciate the respect and grattitude that was bestowed upon my team and I from this really wonderful couple and their awesome families….Thank you kindly. Pastor Vishnu…Sir you are so practical in your preachings and performimg wedding rituals and amazingly brillant to work with….
To Nadia and her team at Braeside… full marks People…the service and cullinary concept of fine Indian food was wow (Tops for the Veg breyani…I tasted and thanked the chef and staff).
I should be able to post more stories on their love affair…perhaps later in the year.
PS: I love the your Reception walk in track by Christina Perry… one of my favourites, which also posted on this blog.
Love the killer imagery…anand, i take pictures.
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