I Do.

When Mark and Robyn decided that they wanted to say “I do” for the second time, it was better to escape to a magical place without a huge guest list. Their mystical destination was Tanda Tula, here joined only by a special family member they joined hands and hearts to dedicate the rest of their lives to each other. 

Under the bough of a knob thorn in the late afternoon light they pledged their love to one another, surrounded by a local choir and their brilliant private guide Martin Meyer. 

Robyn wore some traditional Shangaan shuffle socks (a private joke between the bridal pair!) and carried a beautiful protea bouquet, with her gorgeous “Out of Africa” style she really made a fabulously elegant bride.

After some pink champagne and wedding cake, made by Ryan, at sunset Mark and Robyn set off on an evening game drive, a beautiful afternoon sky and emotions flying high were not overshadowed by the pack of hunting wild dogs they came across, it simply completed their perfect day.

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