I got to know Kim and Myron briefly at their engagement shoot, so I knew it was going to be a fun wedding. They chose Srandkombuis, in Yzerfontein for their venue as they are both beach people. They envisioned a beautiful ceremony on the beach surrounded by their friends and family. Kim planned the wedding with so many details and keeping all her guests in mind to give them the ultimate experience. She definitely succeeded. Unfortunately the weather didn’t play its part, with gale force winds we had to move the ceremony into the marquee, fortunately Kim and Myron took it all in their stride. It proved if things don’t go according to plan it doesn’t make it any less amazing! I think its a great metaphor for marriage.
As a little girl, I always imagined that I would get married on the beach. We saw one venue and knew Strandkombuis was it!After months of planning, the day finally arrived and so did the gale-force WIND! A few adjustments were made so that it didn’t put a damper on our special day! I had arrived the day before with my bridesmaids so it was a very relaxing and special time with them before all the chaos started. The whole day was amazing; I couldn’t have imagined it better. Everyone had a good time. One of my favourite moments was our first dance… literally our FIRST dance ever! We had not had any practise, yet once we started dancing it felt so ‘right’ and easy. Another was seeing all my family together, for the first time in 15 years.What stood out for me was seeing our incredible family and friends that rallied around on the day doing all sorts of bits and pieces to ensure that our day was magical.It meant the world to us, knowing as we were starting our next chapter as man and wife, that we were surrounded by the people that would be there to give us endless love, support and guidance for the rest of our lives.