Our own private comedy of errors aside (running out of petrol... on the highway... in the pouring rain... during rush-hour traffic... en route to the ceremony, and after the reception enduring the worst night's sleep at the world's noisiest backpacker's lodge this side of the equator), the unconventional Tim Burton-esque celebrations went off without a hitch, and were - even by Hollywood standards - pretty darn spectacular.
From a bride who wore black, to the first public appearance of the ANC's official new-and-improved sign language interpreter - hired to work alongside the MC, and a flash mob rendition of Michael Jackson's Thriller by the bridal party halfway through the newlyweds' first dance, these nuptials definitely rank right up there with the ones we're 'least likely to forget'.
PS. Check out my photos from the bride's bachelorette party on Halloween 2013 here. And my photos from the couple's engagement party on April Fool's Day 2012 here.
St George's Anglican Church, built 1908. A Sir Herbert Baker building and a Cullinan heritage site. (Cullinan is famous for its diamond mines, and the 1905 discovery of the world-famous Cullinan Diamond - the largest gem-quality diamond ever found.)
Below: Victorian Manor in Cullinan
Above: Lee and me hamming it up for the photo booth camera
Below: Cullinan Junction