Imari and Jacques’ gorgeous Montpellier Wine Estate wedding was intimate, heartfelt, and full of swoon-worthy moments! The couple invited only 60 of their closest family and friends to celebrate their special day, which gave them the opportunity to pour so much love and care into every detail. The bride, who owns the woodworking studio ARK Workshop, made jars of honey and wooden spoons for each guest, served food on custom serving boards, and even made the light fixtures above the reception tables. The overall vibe was rustic and minimalist in a classic palette of black, white, and sage green, and it could not have been more beautiful. Photographer Lindie Wilton did a phenomenal job capturing every moment, especially the couple’s super sweet portrait session throughout the grounds!
Imari and Jacques
Montpellier Wine Estate, Western Cape, South Africa
Enjoy every moment of it, you’re only planning your wedding once. Don’t get caught up in the little things. Sit together before you start planning the wedding and write down what is important to each of you. It’s a rehearsal for when marriage begins. Just keep in mind that you are two separate people with unique minds and ideas. The best wedding will almost always be a combination of both people’s ideas.
I have my own woodworking studio and wanted to give each person a handmade gift. Our favors were jars of locally harvested honey and wooden spoons with a verse saying, “Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good! Blessed is the man who takes refuge in him!”
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Lindie Wilton
Event Planning and Stationery – Imari Crous
Venue – Montpellier Wine Estate
Floral Design – Emma’s Flowers by Design
Catering – Marinda & Muriël Catering
Officiant – Christo Pretorius
Live Music – Charel Kleinhans
Hair and Makeup Artist – Hairotic
Wedding Dress – Unita Meiring
Bridesmaids’ Apparel – Olga-Maré
Groom’s Apparel – ZEDMEN
Favors – ARK Workshop
Congratulations to Imari and Jacques, and a special thanks to photographer Lindie Wilton for sharing this gorgeous Montpellier Wine Estate wedding! Love this classic black and white color palette? This Estate on Second wedding took black and white to the next level with a pop of cranberry!