Tjasa & Franz13 March 2010 Strandkombuis, Yzerfontein
Tjasa & Franz met in Amsterdam where they live now. Tjasa is from a tiny, tiny country in Europe called Slovenia and Franz is from Namibia. Probably no where on earth a Namibian and Slovenian have tied the knot before! Sally Haines from Weddings abroad referred them to me which I am so thankful for! The fact that they both landed up in Amsterdam must have been a sign, because these two are just absolutely created for each other – two gorgeous people with so much love and zest for life. Strandkombuis in Yzerfontein was the perfect choice to celebrate their union with friends and family who travelled from far away places, many of them visiting South Africa for the first time. Both Franz and Tjasa got dressed at the same guesthouse nestled between fynbos a few kilometers from the venue. I could not believe my luck when I arrived at Inglenook – the rustic interiour, the desautrated colours, the fynbos…and I was so excited when Tjasa & Franz decided to have some pics taken of them at the guesthouse before the ceremony. Tjasa looked like a dream in her cream dress and soft romantic make-up. Her bouquet, designed by Cindy from the b.co matched her dress so well! These two were a joy to photograph because they just have so much joy and energy to share with each other and the camera! There were many highlights at this wedding a few being the legendary Strandkombuis seafood buffet, the bridal couple’s extremely entertaining opening dance and the fact that everyone had a blast of a time in a rustic venue on the beach front at the West Coast – it doesn’t get better than that!
Tjasa and Franz, I hope you enjoy these photos and may your new married life be extremely blessed!
Wedding coordinator: Sally Haines
form Weddings Abroad
Bride’s hair and make-up: Firzana G
Décor & Flowers: the b.co
Assistant for the day: My awesome husband, Kappie – dankie jy!
Can any setting be more beautiful?..
Tjasa and Franz did a very entertaining first dance – definitely a first at any wedding I have been to!
Just check those moves!