Summer in sunny South Africa is one of the best times to head outdoors with family and friends, which is why many SA families opt to host their annual Christmas dinners outside. An al fresco feast is a great way to enjoy the lovely weather and creates a laid-back atmosphere that can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike. However, if you choose to do so, there are a few things you should have in place to ensure that everything goes off without a hitch.
Aside from feisty kangaroos and cuddly koalas, Australia is perhaps best known for its wonderful weather and glorious oceanside destinations. It’s not wonder then that many Aussie locals and visitors from around the globe flock to the country’s beaches to get hitched with the gorgeous ocean as the backdrop for their big day. In fact, if you want to get married on an Australian wedding you are 100% spoiled for choice – there are so many to choose from! To make things a little easier, we thought we’d share a few of our favourites:
Over the years, the Tentickle International team have been involved in the organising and set-up of many magical winter weddings – from rollicking celebrations on castle grounds in Ireland, to sleek inner-city rooftop parties in the heart of Berlin. As such, we have had a fair amount of experience in creating weatherproof settings for ceremonies and receptions when the weather is not at it’s most predictable.
Here are a few tips on weatherproofing your winter wedding (no matter where in the world you may be):
Over the years, the Tentickle International team has been involved in the organising and set-up of many weddings – from sweeping celebrations in locations, to small gatherings of friends and family in picture-perfect backyards. As such, we have been privy to many dewy-eyed moments when the happy couple exchange their vows in front of their loved ones, and by now we believe we have the recipe for a heartfelt set of personalised vows down to a T.
Here are a few tips to help you write unique wedding vows that are in keeping with your beliefs as a couple: