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Wedding | Julia & Eddie

Sep 30, 2020 | Blog, Weddings


Glamour and a touch of drama at THIS wonderful wedding


On 14 March, the Black Oystercatcher hosted the wedding celebration of Eddie & Julia. Friends and family gathered on the day to honour this amazing couple’s love for each other. 

The venue was transformed into a warm and inviting setting with beautiful flowers providing splashes of modern colours. The couple cleverly added small touches of black, which created just a bit of drama during the evening.

A menu was compiled that perfectly reflected the Black Oystercatcher’s motto to “live by the season”, with additions such as a Squid Ink Pasta, roasted purple fig salad, greens from the garden and a leg of lamb cooked on the open fire.

This was truly a glamourous event, but the special day also showcased this couple’s down to earth and warm nature. 


Wedding Service Suppliers:

Venue & Catering: Black Oystercatcher Wines 

Photography: Mick Creative (@mick.creative)

Ceremony: Elim Moravian Church

Flowers: Blomstories (@blomstories)

Décor & Furniture & Styling: Baie Goeters (@baie_goeters) & Irusha Kröhn-Eksteen from IKE Creative (@ike_creative)

Hair & Make Up: Studio Michelle (@studio_michelle1)

Music: DJ Cessna (@djcesna) from Chopshop (@officialchopshop)

Event Coordinator: Meagan Oosthuizen from Meagan Oosthuizen Events (@meaganoosthuizenevents)

Wedding Dress: Robyn Roberts Bridal (@robynrobertsbridal)

Wedding Inspiration

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Our Wedding Venue

The wedding venue with a difference

We added a new venue to our centuries-old farmstead in 2016. It’s a venue that merges perfectly with the rich Overberg country: glass doors and windows all around, connecting you to nature.

Exposed brick walls, wooden beams, and a large veranda leading out to the infinity pool. And beyond that, the stretching Agulhas Plain countryside. Find out more.

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