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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

Wedding | Niki & Rinus

Wedding | Niki & Rinus

Guests sat down to a ‘family’ feast with dinner served in a Sunday family-lunch style.

Wedding | Bea & Paul

Wedding | Bea & Paul

The Black Oystercatcher is one of the prettiest venues that we looked at and marrying here was definitely the best choice we could make.

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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