Tying the Knot
As the sun was setting over Camps Bay, the scene was set at the Round House. The most stylish wedding reception of the year was about to take place. Iconic film director Keith Rose of Velocity film gave his daughter Kerry Rose away at the altar to Richard Lamb-Hughes. This time it was not a film set, it was a life set.
Family and close friends gathered from all over the world at this small intimate, beautifully styled vintage inspired theme wedding. The gathered witnessed the bride and groom taking their vowels in Brook Chapel, Bishops Diocesan College.
The glamour and the charm of the 60’s gave the wedding a movie style romance. We stepped back in time and lived the part at a very special wedding. The wedding party were well groomed – hair, nails, matching shoes and bags, super chic with a flair of elegance. I bumbled and fumbled in my bag for a Kleenex the moment the knot was tied and the Beatels belted out, All You Need Is Love – such a softy I am!
In the early hours of the morning when my feet ached in my Jimmy Choo’s and my B-Hive was still standing, it was time to head home. I crept into bed and slept soundly after an intense hive of activity. One thing I was not going to do….. put a comb through my B-Hive, it could wait tilll morning.
Photos by Greyham Abbott