Deidre & Terrick’s E-shoot | Pampoenkraal | Cape Town

I recently ran a competition in conjunction with Dina Baroutsos from My Wedding Web. What started out as a simple “Win an E-shoot with Dee During Photography”took legs and became quite a thing.

The lucky couple – Deidre & Terrick – ended up winning a fabulous make-over with Linda Cook, a dress and suit for the day, a limo ride to and from the venue, a picnic at Pampoenkraal which coincidentally happens to be their wedding venue anyway, an afternoon shoot with me and a Photo Book to round it all off.

What a divine couple to photograph! They arrived from a guesthouse in Durbanville in their own private Limo (blinged up with neon lights and smoke machine, champers and sounds) – it must have been quite a ride.  A mischievous lass, Deidre definitely took the lead and Terrick –  cuteness personified just went with the flow.   We traipsed around in the lush greenness that is Pampoenkraal, hardly illicitating a look from the cows and horses grazing in the far off fields.  The couple had a  lunch packed for them thanks to the venue and after a bit of posing and giggles, they settled down to snack on their picnic.  Love the pix of them re-enacting the proposal with Dee pretending to turn him down! Best wishes with the wedding guys. Hope the happiness and love just continues to flourish.
 
 

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~I was so chuffed when Tracey asked me if I would photograph her wedding after having taken the photographs at her sister, Charlene’s, wedding in January of 2011.

Looking through the images you will see that although it was a fairly relaxed, lunchtime affair, so much care and effort was put into making it a perfect day. Set in the beautiful garden of their family home. Capturing every detail from the blushing bride (when she took the grooms left hand instead of his right to put the ring on when saying their vows) to the fab decor on the tables thanks to her good friend Donna (click here for more info on Donna at The Black Smiths) and the ever so yummy food lovingly supplied by The Larder!

Here’s wishing Armand and Tracey many years of happiness, understanding and compassion.  Thanks for letting me share your day (from behind my lens).

~ Dee