Robertson Bon Cap Wedding
Chantal & Dewald
This Robertson Bon Cap wedding was one of those weddings that you leave feeling all good inside. Good, because it makes you believe that true love REALLY does exist. Not only that, you have spent the good part of your day with some amazing people. Chantal and Dewald are two of the most genuine people you could find. They have no pretenses. They value the good in the world, and they are filled with such gratitude for everything in their lives.
It’s been a while since we’ve shot a Robertson Bon Cap wedding, and it was really good to be back. The Little Karoo is such a beautiful part of the world. It’s one of those places that always holds surprises. You never are quite sure what you are going to get. And in Chantal and Dewald’s case, we got the most beautiful sunset and light during their couple shoot. Honestly, it’s all about perfect timing and good karma. I believe when people are genuinely nice, they open themselves to beauty, and in this case, it was right on the button!
Being in the little Karoo, Chantal and Dewald could not be further removed from their day to day lifestyle aboard a ship.
But the dusty Karoo was calling, and Chantal chose to come home for their wedding. We are so glad they did!
Chantal and Dewald’s Robertson Bon Cap wedding was a small intimate affair. They said their vows surrounded by their nearest and dearest. The ceremony took place in the barrel room. The candlelight and raw brick walls create such a rustic and romantic atmosphere in this wonderful underground cellar.
Once again the Bon Cap team outdid themselves. I think what makes them stand out as a wedding venue, is the genuine interest they take in each of their couples. As a service provider it’s always such a pleasure working here.
Chantal and Dewald, we know how important your wedding photos were to you. We hope that we’ve been able to capture your day as perfectly as you wanted.
We leave you with these words by Gabriel K Chesterton: “The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land. It is at last to set foot on one’s own country as a foreign land.”