MADELEIN & KYLE | BUFFELSFONTEIN GAME RESERVE

Madelein & Kyle’s beautiful wedding took place at the Buffelsfontein Game Reserve. What a beautiful place to get married. I will always remember this amazing day, started with taking photos of both parties getting ready.

It was such fun just spending the day with them all.I asked them to just give me some info on how they met, this is what they had to say:

“We met in Stellenbosch in 2012. We currently live in Cape Town. I am an air hostess and Kyle works in a family business with his dad. We both love being with friends and family and we are easy going and fun. Kyle is soft-hearted, funny, reliable and loving. He will do anything for his friends and family. I am light-hearted, goofy at times, strong willed and will go the extra mile for the loved ones. Kyle loves working in the garden and doing woodwork and I love arts and craft and gardening.

Madelein planned their whole day and did all decorations the night before with the help of friends and family.

They are a very laid back couple.

Thank you Madelein and Kyle for letting me a part of your special day.
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