Kealynn & Garth | Wedding | Cultivar Guest Lodge | Stellenbosch
There are weddings and then there are weddings like these… Kealynn and Garth had the most beautiful wedding day at Cultivar Guest Lodge in Stellenbosch. We were blown away with perfect weather (with a slight chilly wind!) and a calm and collected bride and groom.
The decor was so beautiful, elegantly gold with touches of blush pink and white in the flowers while navy blue came through in the napkins and candles. It felt like a version of Versailles. I loved the little glass bottles of jelly beans as a thank you, and the natural wood elements that brought everything together – just stunning!
Kealynn was so excited to get her big day started, and with a small makeup related delay, we were off! The ceremony was so gorgeous and the lighting was perfect. Kealynn and Garth were all smiles throughout and that made for stunning photos. We grabbed some family photos after the ceremony and then got driven slightly down the road to a gorgeous autumnal pathway which was the perfect setting for these photos.
Despite the day being quite chilly, all I see in these photos is warmth and love between the newlyweds. The couple shoot was quick, but produced such lovely results and I am so happy that the represent my favourite season in all it’s glory!
The reception was a ton of fun – all the guests were so involved and excited to be a part of their day and the speeches really were a testament to how loved Kealynn and Garth are through their family and friends. The enthusiasm level for the garter and bouquet toss was through the roof and I couldn’t stop laughing when I saw the photos – 110% effort for each catch! 😀
I loved this wedding so much. The people, the food, the setting, the venue, the decor… it all just came together to make up the perfect day.
I’m so happy to finally share these images with you! <3
Venue: Cultivar Guest Lodge | Decor & Flowers: Beanstalk | MUA & Hair: Glitter Box Makeup | Cake: Cake Couture by Justine | Stationary: All for Love Creations | Photographer’s Assistant: Lindsay Fourie