I suppose I’ll be in a post-safari-honeymoon state of mind for a while. With Friday’s South African-inspired wedding & today’s adventurous Namibian desert wedding, we’ll all be dreaming of soirees in the bush for a while now.
Kirsty and Kobus are a daring couple – planning a destination wedding in the Namibian desert, at a venue they’d never visited is quite the task but for some, the ultimate adventure. That’s what this fearless couple gifted their international crew of guests – not just a stunning wedding and beautiful photos, but an adventure to remember forever.
The couple left nearly all the details to the incredible staff of their breathtaking venue Sossusvlei Lodge & Desert Quiver Camp, meanwhile carefully crafted their own floral arrangements that were both akin to Kirtsy’s home in Australia but also sturdy enough to survive the five-hour rocky drive. Choosing hardy, local flowers like King Protea and pairing them with everlasting Australian eucalyptus was a fine choice for this wild destination wedding.
Bride Kirsty also wore a stunning, bohemian wedding gown designed by fellow Australian, Anna Campbell – whose Wanderlust Collection is so fitting for any adventurous bride!