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There’s often a certain point at a wedding – perhaps after dancing up a storm in the wee hours, or catching up with a friend you haven’t seen in ages, or when one more glass of champagne might be a bad idea – when you really feel like a good cup of coffee.
Are you searching for the perfect garden route wedding venue for 2017? We only have four weekends left at Uitsig between September and December this year...
Why should you choose Uitsig as your wedding venue? Here are five reasons - and photographs to get you dreaming!
At Uitsig, our goal is always to make sure that the bride and groom have the best day of their lives at their wedding. To make their Uitsig experience even better, we've designed and built a brand new, five-star honeymoon suite for our couples.
Martin and Mia celebrated their wedding at Uitsig recently, and it was beautifully captured by Ilse de Vaal.
There’s so much going on on your wedding day – so many emotions to feel, people to greet, pictures to smile for – that it can be a bit overwhelming. To make sure you don’t forget anything, and to help you relax when the special day arrives, we’ve compiled a list of our top five tips for brides:
The idea of rain on your wedding day can sound like a nightmare, but what do you do if it’s a distinct possibility? The short answer is: be prepared, trust us, relax, and enjoy the unexpected magic and beautiful things that happen if the skies open.
While the days are getting shorter and the evenings ask for a pashmina around your shoulders, a pallet of autumn colour becomes part of our beautiful venue.
There are so many beautiful views on the farm at Uitsig that we like to offer guests the opportunity to experience places other than the venue itself. A fun activity after the wedding ceremony is a picnic at our dam.
Wedding décor trends come and go with the seasons. If you think a circle of girls dancing around a maypole belongs to pre-primary school, think again. At Uitsig, relive memories from your childhood in our beautiful gardens under the big old pin oak, tree dressed with fairy lights or at the romantic picnic spot next to the dam.