12 December was one of the hottest most sweat worthy days of 2015. I said to Sasha, I would’ve preferred if she ‘ate out of the pot’. Sasha’s flower plait was definitely one of the most resilient I’ve seen, having sustained through the blistering heat and a midday photoshoot, it still looked good at the end of the day. With most south indian brides opting for simpler plaits these days, it was certainly eye-catching to see Sasha’s well-crafted, oh so professionally-made flower art. The garlands were also perfectly crafted, deserving of a photoshoot on it’s own. Sasha opted for a unique saree, which was simple yet beautiful. Having started the day encountering a few goats along the way to Wyebank, it felt like the day zoomed by ever so fast and before we knew it, the evening had arrived along with some much needed rain. Thank you Kuben and Sasha for the opportunity to be apart of your fun-filled wedding day.
A Merry Christmas and a joyous new year to all.
Wedding Venue | The Jewish Hall
Stage Decor | Koogen Pillay
Flowers | Kogie’s Florist
Catering | Indian Delights
Sound | Sound Innovation
Videography | Durban Wedding Productions
Bridal Hair | Rogany
Cake | Kupcake Heaven
MC | Sareshan Pillay