Mariah sent over the sweetest wedding photographed by Kate McLukie. Her friends, Jess + Caleb were recently married in this pear orchard outside Cape Town, South Africa.The bride wore a simple gown with a leather belt and a lace veil. The wedding procession included a pony, ribbon wands, tambourines and a violinist! After the ceremony, the couple went for a canoe ride around the pond.
I love the twig chandelier! The tablecloths were handmade by Mariah and friends out of butcher paper and included stamped phrases like "share a pear with a friend". The names of each guest were handwritten on the tablecloths.
On each table sat a glass jug of organic pear juice and wine as well as boards of cheese, herbs, figs, nuts and bread.
The brides father made a tepee for guests to hang out in on a little island in the middle of the pond and they even had a bonfire after it got dark.
What a thoughtful and festive wedding! Congrats to the lovely couple. See more photos here and thanks to Mariah for sending this my way. See full credits below.
a lovely wedding
such a beautiful wedding! Mariah is so talented.
you get all the best weddings 😉
it is so lovely!
What a gorgeously detailed wedding. I would LOVE to feature it on my blog http://www.ilovefarmweddings.com if you’d be interested. Beautifully done.
Beautiful photos. I love the one on the lake. So lovely!
Oh wow thanks for sharing this wedding, the styling is superb. I love it. So chic.
this has to be my favorite wedding i have ever seen. so effortless and beautiful, a total inspiration.
Gorgeous! And I spy the South African national flower, the protea in the arrangement on the table… love it!
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