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Ruan and Rouxlé got married at Uitsig in March this year. We loved how dynamically they used our wedding venue for each moment of their special day - from the couple photos at the dam and along the winding farm roads to the canapes under the pin oak tree, and the decor of the hall and the lawn outside. Everything sparkled with fairy lights and love.
A lot of the decisions you make when planning your wedding hinge on the question: how many people do we want to invite? The choice to have a small, intimate wedding or a large celebration can have a huge impact on the atmosphere of the day, and both types of weddings have their pros and cons. Here’s what we love about each option:
One of the things we love most about wedding videos is that they transport you back to moments in time, so you're able to relive some of the happiest hours of your life. EONMEDIA created the most gorgeous video of a recent wedding at Uitsig. We love how it captures the essence of the day, and shows off the natural beauty of our venue. We couldn't describe it better than their own write up: "Filmed at the wonderfully romantic wedding venue, Uitsig in George. Ian & Wilmé made their promises with friends and family playing witness to their beautiful union. This wedding had exceptional attention to detail and we could tell that their ...
Uitsig, true to its name, is full of so many beautiful viewpoints that it’s always such a pleasure to show couples the venue and help them choose where they would like to say, “I do.” When Ian and Wilme experienced the tranquility next to our dam, heard the birdlife in the trees and took in the backdrop of the Outeniquas, they knew that this was the spot where they wanted to become Mr and Mrs Chamberlain.
While we host weddings more than any other type of event at Uitsig, we always enjoy helping people celebrate other milestones. In December, we held a big celebration for a little person: baby Lily-Louise Badenhorst. Lily-Louise was baptised by reverend Cornie Pretorius in our unique Blik Kerkie.