Jonathan + Micha met on Christmas day 2010, 3 years later the couple tied the knot with a lovilee DIY wedding. The bride literally produced every little thing from the applications, menus, laced drink bottles, jam jars, table settings, bunting, seating plans, guest gifts and serviette rings.
“I think that individual touches just make the day even far more unique so I tried to do every little thing that I could myself.”
How did your now, hubby propose?
When I came property Jonathan had a picnic planned out in the garden. I had no concept he was going to propose. Apparently as well nervous to pop the question so following the picnic Jonathan took me to the next destination which was the Hobbie Beach pier but however the weather didn’t play along. From there Jonathan took me the last cease which was a hill in Lovemore Heights that overlooks the whole of Port Elizabeth. It’s truly stunning and breathtaking at evening simply because of all the city lights. Jonathan got on one knee and asked me to be his wife. I was fully surprised and couldn’t wait to share the wonderful news with my family and buddies.
Micah’s adore for all things vintage was portrayed in the theme and the colours incorporated soft pinks, blues, green + brown.
“Jonathan’s reaction when he saw me walking down the isle was so magical and unique. There wasn’t a dry eye in the property. Everyone stated that they could feel the enjoy we have for each other.”
Suppliers that made the day attainable:
Photography: Taryn Rahl Photography | Videography: Karina Louw from Salt Video Productions | Make Up: Zandri Van Eck | Hair: Christelene Erasmus from Headcandy | Wedding Gown + Bridesmaids Dresses: Kelly Cruickshank from Blushing Brides | Groom, groomsmen + fathers attire: Emmanuel from Hire Society | Flowers: Flowers PE (0413652677) | Draping: Lea Draping | Cake: Rebecca Lilley from Ginger Pops | Venue: La Cigale Nation Estate