One of my favourite venues at the moment is Intundla Game Lodge, near Hammanskraal outside of Pretoria, as it is so beautiful and the hospitality is fantastic. I met up with Robert and Lynette on the Friday night and shared a special dinner in the Boma area with them and their family. For others that is where the party started as I heard my neighbours at 3am still going strong and they seemed to just continue where they left off on Saturday morning. By the time the reception started they were in party heaven and never looked back. The gents from Colcutter Barbershop came in to clean up the boys and it was quite something to watch Abdul at work especially with the “threading”. Lynette and the girls seem to be enjoying the day and everything ran according to plan until they left and realized just before getting to the service that they had left the bouquets behind. I’m sure Robert got a little nervous seeing his bride turn around and head back to the rooms. The day turned into a blazing hot one with not a cloud in sight. It made my job that much harder but it was good have sunshine rather than pouring rain. The photoshoot was a bit tricky as I led the bridal party into the bush and we ended up trudging through a bit of mud which upset a few people. A few dirty feet later and everyone except Robert and Lynette wanted to get back to the party so we cut the photoshoot short for them. Chantel and her team at Intundla once again did a fabulous job with the reception and I have to mention the delicious food that they provided. I am not sure what time the party ended but nobody was slowing down when I left. It was a pleasure spending time with Robert and Lynette and I really enjoyed their company and wish them all the best for the future.
Robert and Lynette at Intundla
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