Spencer and Karin were my typical clients, relaxed and ready to go with the flow on the day so I was looking forward to their wedding day. The day started early for me as I left home and tackled the three and a half hour journey to Ghost Mountain Inn at Mkuze. It is the most amazing sight after driving along the pretty flattish terrain to suddenly have these huge mountains in front of you so you suddenly feel quite inspired even after sitting staring at tar all morning. The guys were taking it easy before the service, I think that they had learnt their lessons from the Bulls Party after which Spencer had been left with a black eye(nobody’s fault though) so some chilled pics at the lakeside was the order of the day. The minute I stepped into the room where Karin and company were getting ready I knew it was going to be a fun day. The ladies were busy playing charades or something and were hysterical and then that pretty much set the tone for the rest of the day. It makes it easy when everyone is enjoying themselves and having fun and they don’t get too caught up in the nerves and stress of the day. The service went quite smoothly until Spencer’s one brother got up and sang. You had to be made of stone to not have a tear or two running down your cheeks, wow that was something to remember. We used a railway bridge as the setting for the photoshoot and we all enjoyed it as the guys climbed up and jumped down the banks whilst the girls danced and posed in the long grass. The bridal party left and Spencer, Karin and myself went off to the dam to find another setting. We made it just in time for the setting sun and got some really interesting photographs on the cracked mud surface in the drier parts of the dam. Apparently there is a big croc in the dam so we all were a little nervous and were ready to scream and run for the car at any moment. The reception was held under the huge trees and it was like something out of a fairytale book with all the lanterns and fairy lights draped from the trees adding a magical feel to the evening. The party started from the moment the bridal party arrived at the reception and things just got wilder as the evening went on. The girls were determined to out do the guys with their dance routines and I am not sure what the score was by the end of the evening but it did provide some hilarious entertainment for us all. Jacques from Exclusive Entertainment played all the right tunes and did a fantastic job as dj. I have to mention this, the food was superb. That mussel starter was so yummy along with the chicken and prawn curry and then the pudding just topped it all off. Whoever the chef is at Ghost Mountain Inn I am your biggest fan. Spencer and Karin must have enjoyed their day judging by the pics and the smiles that were permanently stuck on their faces all day and I enjoyed spending it with them as well. Thanks guys and best wishes to you both in your marriage it has certainly got off to an ideal start.