• Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two
  • Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two

Cari and Louw’s Festival Farm Wedding – Part Two

This wedding had so much detail and special touches that I thought it well to split it in two, so here you go..part two.

We built the ceremony area in the middle of the wheat field- ALL you could see was mountains…and mountains. Cari arrived on horseback (She grew up on the farm with this horse in the backyard). The ceremony seats were a mixture of hay-bales and old bioscope seats.

Moerby Kultuur did a FANTASTIC job with the food. You can get an idea of the pre-drinks/starters in this album.

Dessert was waffles and the most fantastic home-made ice-cream and sauces I have EVER tasted.

Alwine, a friend of Cari, did all the special stationery and signages for this day.

This wedding had such a homegrown touch to it. I had an amazing set-up team on my side, from brothers, sisters, farm workers, farm children and friends were all pulled in to help. The flowers were picked in the field and each and every ornament were sourced from the homestead and antique markets. The different chairs were sourced from various suppliers, but majority of the beautiful old chairs and tables we got from Goeters in Wellington.

In And Out Events Hire did the incredible dance floor and beautiful lighting. DJ Chopper kept the crowd on the dance floor till the early hours of the morning. Mitzi, I don’t know HOW you manage to get EVERYONE on the dance floor and how you keep the party going in full steam till 4am…you ROCK!

What a Soulful day… definitely one for the books.

Venue: Cari’s Family Farm (call me for details)
Photo’s: Jean Laurent Gaudy www.jeanlaurentgaudy.com
Food: Moerby Kultuur www.moerbykultuur.blogspot.com
DJ: DJ Chopper www.djchopper.com
Lighting and Dancefloor: In and Out Events www.inandoutevents.co.za
Coffee station: Gourmet Kofi www.facebook.com/KofiGourmetCoffeeStation
Tables and Chairs: Goeters www.facebook.com/BaieGoeters
Hair and Make up: Alicia Buckle Hair and Make-up
Video: MVR Weddings www.mvrweddings.co.za/
Tent: Cozi Hire www.cozi.co.za

 

Date: Weddings Client: Cari Eksteen & Louw Reyneke Skills: Weddings Website: 4 April 2013
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