Contemporary wedding at the Zunguness
The couple wanted a wedding with those close and dear to them in the rolling hills of the Midlands and The Zunguness was their automatic choice. Phetogo reminded me of how she loved the views from the Makoti House and how she would pray steadfastly for good weather on her wedding day, so that all her guests could share in the beauty of God’s splendour (their love) from that very location
The bride has a lovely story of how they met, so over to her…
Phetogo remembers the story as follows, My husband and I first crossed paths in 2012 at our church, at a Career Build training workshop. This was for a brief time though! We met again during May 2014, again at church, and again while we were serving on the Career Build programme. I was facilitating the workshops and Nkululeko was as a coach. And this time we didn’t leave things to chance! Rumour has it that Nkululeko was a very diligent coach who was always the first to arrive to help me and the leadership team setup for the workshops and the last to leave. He was also (apparently) was always seen chatting to me. This is where we started getting to know each other beyond the “Career Building” workshop sessions
The bride looked radiant in her gown from Pronovious, while the gentlemanly groom was dressed by Tailor Me Bespoke Suits. The couple got married at the newly renovated Zunguness reception Hall. The room has stackable glass door and white walls, which gives the already beautiful room a feeling of grandeur. The centre of the room has a huge crystal chandelier that became a focal point of a large dance floor for the evening. The bridal party had the most choreographed sequence that I have ever seen. We loved this wedding so much, it was full of fun, laughter and dancing. Phetogo & Nkuli, thank you for choosing us to walk the journey to the altar with you and may God bless your union.