// Honeymoon Part II = Mauritius

For those of you that don't follow us on twitter and instagram :)

Mauritius was awesome!

We stayed in a resort called 'The Sands' in Flic en Flac and we woke up to this every morning.
One word: blessed.


On the second day we did a bit of a bike-ride and the husband was behaving like a 5-year old, ringing his bell and huge smiles all the way. He hasn't been on a bike in like 10 years.
Too much fun! :)


Phoenix Beer and Margaritas! Oh yeah!


We photographed Jacqui and Mo's wedding on Wednesday - what a joy!!!
These guys are made of the sweetest, loveliest and awesomest stuff ever!

Be sure to check the welovepictures blog for a Sneak Peek of their wedding coming soooooon!



Mauritius, here we come!

We're off to Mauritius tomorrow to shoot Jacqui & Mo's sweet wedding - so excited!
So blessed!

Love x


image from Etsy 'Belle Hibou'.


// home in the village

This weekend's beautiful light and my neat and tidy house inspired me to finally take some proper pictures of our new home in the beautiful little village of Obs :) We love living here! When we moved to Cape Town we heard all sorts of weird and dodgy things about Observatory, but when we found this little gem of a home, we couldn't resist it! And the village life is awesome!

I've only taken a few pictures of mainly our bedroom, the lounge and our kitchen/dining room. There's loads still to photograph, including our sweet garden and front porch with all my bunting and wedding signage :) But this will have to do for now, friends x

We're off to Mauritius and Canada/USA to shoot some weddings and for Honeymoon Part II and III so I'm not sure when I'll get a chance to blog again. But I'll definitely try post a few in-between-Sneak-Peeks of our trip and all the fun we're having! Yay!


P.S huge thanks to Dan from Saks Corner for doing a great job on fixing & re-upholstering our lovely turquoise chair! Friends, be sure to check out his shop - what a joy! x


Oh, and I thought I'd also post the two latest additions to my Salt & Pepper family. The left is probably one of my greatest finds EVER from Milnerton Market (R30!!!! I know right?!?) and the right is a present from dear friends and available from My China Ceramics.