Friday, May 6, 2016

Kirsty and Nick's amazing African wedding .... Zimbabwe wedding photographer

It's hard to find the words to describe this wonderful wedding at the magnificent Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.   It was the wedding day that the lovely Kirsty had always dreamed of - she not only married her handsome prince (who has been the love of her life since their schooldays) in front of over one hundred family and friends who had travelled from all over the world, but every little detail of the day was perfect, thanks to Kirsty's very talented mum (very ably assisted by wedding planner Louise).  Kirsty arrived with her gorgeous bevy of bridesmaids in a safari jeep, and walked down the aisle to her handsome groom waiting for her under a floral arch on the edge of the incredible Zambezi River gorge to the music of an African marimba band.  After the lovely ceremony (with a few tears of joy!) the guests were treated to ice creams, drinks and imported cheeses on the edge of the gorge, and then transported to the reception venue at The Wallow, where they got up close to the local herd of elephants before settling down to an amazing African wedding feast which included courses like smoked crocodile tail with sour cream and peppercorns and ostrich pate with guava jelly.  The wedding party and their guests then happily danced the night away and all returned home with wonderful memories of a wedding day that they will never forget.


❤️ congratulations kirsty + nick ❤️

the details

photographer : nicky stone
second photographer : caroline strathern
the venue : the elephant camp, victoria falls, zimbabwe
the dress : essence of australia
the rings : underwoods jewellers kawana
the makeup : blush by nicole & jamie schlacter/essential beauty 
the hair: desmore noble 
the flowers : gillian nelson & the bride's family
wedding planner: louise nielson of vicfalls occasions  
celebrant: blessing munyenyiwa
catering : victoria falls safari lodge
































































































































































































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