WHETHER you build a chapel out of sand on the beach and ride to your wedding on horseback – like Tarryn Weideman, formerly Bubb, did on her wedding day – or opt for a more traditional ceremony, The Herald would like to share a photograph of your special day with our readers.
The Herald Bride and Groom 2013 is now officially open and couples who live in The Herald circulation area and are marrying between January 1 and December 31 this year are invited to send in their wedding photographs. Placement is free of charge but depends on space available.
Bubb, 28, and Daniel Weideman, 34, tied the knot on a beach of golden sand with the soothing sound of the waves in the background and shared their photographs with La Femme. The bride arrived at Beachview on horseback to heart-shaped sand with an aisle leading off to the altar.
"We wanted our wedding to express who we are. We are both free spirits and we both believe in [the] spiritual over [the] material. We wanted to express our uniqueness – we believe in being yourself no matter what, and having a wedding that was out of the norm is exactly who we are together – [something] special,” Tarryn said.
The Lorraine couple’s ceremony was conducted by Reverend Tim Marshall of the Walmer Methodist Church. The couple said they had perfect weather and a "slight wind but still melting in the sun”.
To share your memorable wedding day with La Femme, and maybe have it published, here’s what to do:
Send your wedding photographs to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org or post a print to The Herald Bride and Groom 2012, Private Bag X6071, Port Elizabeth 6000, or deliver to Newspaper House, 19 Baakens Street, Central, Port Elizabeth.
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For further information contact marketing assistant Deirdre Brand, (041) 504-7494 or e-mail: PEemail@example.com