2013 marks 12 years of love shared between Ebin & Tenille. They met at school, where their friendship grew into trust and flourished into the love we see today. It was only when Ebin went overseas that Tenille realized she didn’t want to live another day without him by her side. Upon his visit back home, Ebin proposed and a teary Tenille accepted without hesitation. With dreams of an intimate wedding, surrounded by the beauties of nature and the changes that come with winter months, June, 15th marked the wedding day. Cranford was the first and only venue she had visited (and this in the winter months) Walking down to the lapa her heart was filled with love, as the winter strain had changed what was once green, it was the change in landscape, which symbolize change in life.. with saying that, the mind and soul would not let go of Cranford. There were two definite things Tenille was sure about for the wedding, the venue her heart desired and the photographer who’s work crawled into her heart before she even met him…she wanted Cranford and had to have Stuart Dods.
On the morning of the wedding, I was greeted by rolling mist as I took my last walk as Ms Venter down to the lapa. A welcomed change to scenery, as today our lives would not change, but be enriched. And this was evident in the arrival at the chapel, with a very emotional groom, our bride was re-assured she had the man she needed and loved waiting at the end of the aisle. The ceremony was light-hearted and the day more beautiful than I could ever have imagined.