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South Africa Destination Weddings | Junebug Weddings

South Africa destination weddings range from world-renowned wine estates and pristine beaches to urban venues in Johannesburg or a wild bush setting.

South African wedding Invitations - 10 African Wedding Invitations Designed Perfectly! » KnotsVilla

10 African Wedding Invitations Designed Perfectly! - KnotsVilla | Wedding Ideas | Canada Wedding Blog

8 beautiful African wedding invitations by Bibi Invitations. Featuring drawings representing countries such as Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana and more.

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Siba's Pap Cakes - savory cornmeal cakes, good brushed with sosaties marinade and grilled to warm them up.

Siba's Pap Cakes - savory cornmeal cakes, good brushed with sosaties marinade and grilled to warm them up.

Tatum and John were married in South Africa in April. They planned the wedding from London, where they now live. "Our wedding was Boho-ish", said the bride. "We really wanted the day to reflect who we are, so we didn't follow any set theme but used elements of many things that we loved. There were lots of fresh flowers, candles in jars and pretty fairy lights everywhere. We also wanted to stay true to our African roots so included elements of traditional Xhosa fabric in the bu

Botanical Wedding in Johannesburg

Tatum and John were married in South Africa in April. They planned the wedding from London, where they now live. "Our wedding was Boho-ish", said the bride. "We really wanted the day to reflect who we are, so we didn't follow any set theme but used elements of many things that we loved. There were lots of fresh flowers, candles in jars and pretty fairy lights everywhere. We also wanted to stay true to our African roots so included elements of traditional Xhosa fabric in the bu