Previously KNOT JUST PICS. Same shit, different name.

One of our most favourite things to do is getting the chance to tell the beautiful and unique stories of the couples whose adventures we get to witness the start of.

We want to tell your story from the excited anticipation of you both getting ready with your friends and family, till that time of the night when high heels get discarded for some serious dancing, and the quiet and deep conversations begin. We don’t like adding an hour limit to this as not all weddings fall comfortably into a cookie cutter 6 or 8 hour timeline. We are there to shoot your whole experience and we only leave when we are satisfied that we have told your story.

Claudia and Will

Lapstone Barn, The Cotswolds

Megan and Andrew

Knysna, Western Cape

Katie and Colin

Rugby, Northamptonshire

Katie and Colin

Wandsworth Town Hall, London

Kelly and Rich

Castelnau des Fieumarcon, South France

Francis and Gareth

Dalston, London

Elaine and Stephen

Hotel du Vin, Glasgow

Sam and Paul

The Karoo, Eastern Cape

Tulsi and Dan

Nungwi, Zanzibar

Kaylee and Scott

Ktima Lindos, Rhodes Island

Elaine and George

Kangaroo Valley Bush Retreat, New South Wales

Michelle and Kelvin

Crystal Barn, Nottingham Road

Ash and Rick

Sossusvlei, Namibia

Sarah and Oliver

Pat Busch Mountain Reserve, Robertson

Nadine and SP

Swakopmund, Namibia

Storme and Alex

The Hatchery, KZN North Coast

Candi and Scherren

Johannesburg, Gauteng

Kate and Brett

Crystal Barn, Nottingham Road

Sylvie and Jack

Walled Garden, Midhurst

Val and Shane

Divi Phoenix Resort, Aruba

Rosemary and Deane

Durban, South Africa

Carey and Rich

Cathedral Peak, The Drakensberg

Laura and Will

Firle Place, East Sussex

Pippa and Graeme

White Light | The Forum, Lanseria

Sabine and Marek

Paros, Greece

Sara and Barend

Providence Wedding Venue, KZN Midlands

H and Wok

Shalwyn, Durban

Tiffany and Derrick

Canelands Beach Club, Ballito

Dee and Emile

Netherwood Farm, Nottingham Road

Matri and Nick

Durban City

Jenna and Jeff

Prynnsberg Estate, Clocolan

Paula and Greg

Blantyre, Malawi

Nat and Gary

Sheffield, England

Lauren and Simon

Ballito, KZN North Coast

Celia and Marc

Weddings in the Wilde, Sydney

Aimee and Ross

Okavango Delta, Botswana

Gabby and Lucas

Trinity Buoy Wharf, London

Carli and Karel

Wingrove Valley, Pietermaritzburg

Lashara and Woody

Rocklands, Cederberg

Sarah and Peter

Corrie Lynn Farm, Dargle

Roxy and Martin

Granny Mouse’s Country House, KZN Midlands

Vicki and Terence

Franschhoek, South Africa

Jess and Hilton

Haycroft Farm, KZN Midlands

Che and Shawn

Netherwood, Nottingham Road

Jen and Adam

Magaliesberg, Gauteng

Dom and Tyrone

Bellwood Farm, Nottingham Road

Tam and Dean

Shalwyn, KZN

Anerike and Neil

Winery Road Forest, Franschhoek

Kirsty and James

Haycroft Farm, Howick

Kerry and Shane

Red Ivory, Hartebeespoort

Mari and Seb

Old MacDaddy, Elgin

Kelly and Tim

Bellwood Farm, Nottingham Road

Gemma and Leighton

Phinda Mountain Lodge, Hluhluwe

Donna and Darren

Crystal Barn, Nottingham Road

Cayleigh and Craig

Netherwood Farm, Nottingham Road

Tayne and Wade

Nonnin’s Farm, Underberg

Ivana and Matty

Cradle Valley, Muldersdrift

Nikki and Richard

Umtavuma River Lodge, Port Edward

Christen and Peter

Mosaic Private Sanctuary, Stanford

Carley and Dave

Canggu, Bali

Claire and Adam

Jex Estate, KZN North Coast

Michelle and Calvin

Brahman Hills, Nottingham Road

Kendyl and Grant

The Glades, KZN Midlands

Melissa and Paul

Qambathi Mountain Lodge, Drakensberg

Fiona and Jeff

White Water Farm, Stanford

Beatrice and Valdemar

South Kensington, London

Amanda and Ben

Burswood on Swan, Perth

Tanielle and Jamie

The Oyster Box, Umhlanga

Domi and Brett

and Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve, Hluhluwe

Maryann and Angus

Fordoun, Nottingham Road

Jeanine and Elhein

Neo Venue, Wellington

Erin and Matt

Southern Highlands, Sydney

Annette and Alex

Die Woud, Caledon

Kate and Graham

Cranford Country Lodge

Susie and Wes

Marleybrook House, Kent

Emma and Hudson

Grande Provence, Franschhoek

Amy and Doug

Orchards, KZN Midlands

Kerryn and Jeff I

Skukuza, Kruger National Park

Vivian and David

Arta, Glasgow

Gill and Ryan

La Vie en Rose, KCC Johannesburg

Hayley and Ross

Mytton and Mermaid, Shrewsbury

Megan and Jonny

Ciao Bella, Durban City

Caroline and David

Babylonstoren, Franschhoek

Kate and Jeremy

The Rose Barn Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape.

Amanda and Ed

Ocean View Estate, Brisbane

Holly and Chris

Orchards Wedding Venue, KZN Midlands

Caroline and Riaz

Insingizi, KwaZulu Natal

Temi and Brian

Paternoster, Western Cape

Nat and Stu

Camp Orchards, Hillcrest

Vicky and Dylan

Stravens Court, Baynesfield

Tanya and Mike

KZN North Coast

Bron and John

Wokingham, England

Lou and Matt

Ghost Mountain Inn, Mkuze

Dee and Levon

Andes Guest House, Clarens

Andy and Kern

Station Road, Durban

Thea and Chris

Lauderdale House, London UK

Jay and Mike

Freedom Cafe, Durban

Ash and Brad

Tartaruga Maritima, Ponta Malongane

Candice and Byron

Netherwood, KZN Midlands

Ro and Dev

Crystal Barn, KZN Midlands

Tania and Keegan

Orchards Wedding Venue, KZN

Kerryn and Jeff II

Arts on Main, Maboneng, Johannesburg

Silindo and Siyalo I

traditional Zulu wedding

Andy & Szerdi on Instagram

  • I’ve kind of fallen off the blogging bandwagon a bit, but with gems like this just waiting to be blogged, I should probably get my ass into gear and get on it 🙈
  • Getting ready. So right now I should be somewhere like this with a gorgeous lady getting ready to get  married in the beautiful bush. Instead I’m at home snuggled on the couch with Bowie my cat and I can hear my Stu grunting to himself behind the couch which is his bunny hidey home. And honestly I miss this so much! I miss being witness to the excitement in the lead up to a wedding, I miss the pure joy and energy of the wedding morning. I am so greatful to have a warm safe home and plenty of food while so many people don’t. But I am also ready for normal life again, if that’s even still a thing...
  • “This friend would hate me for bringing this up... but it's one of my favourite rediscoveries! This face is so common! We've been practicing make up for her wedding... and we're both still doing art (she did fine art at Rhodes). And it's made me laugh and laugh. It literally sums up our friendship, squinting and being overly honest.” @alice.kathleen sharing such a special moment from the morning of her wedding x
  • “Our beautiful little flowergirl Charlotte obviously way too busy throwing her flower petals in the air to notice her auntie Nat and Uncle Gary getting married behind her 💕” @nataleehays 💜
  • From the wonderful @franco.stein I’ve got a few but I love this one: I was showing Flo and Bron my wedding ring. Flo tried it on and it got stuck on her finger. This captures that moment: Flo was so worried about getting it off, Bron was trying to reassure her, and I just thought it was very funny.
  • Wedding morning chats ☺️
  • Keeping to my theme of moody side light here, I just adore this pic of Rosemary being helped by her sister moments before her and Deane had their first look. Their whole wedding was incredibly unique and down to earth - they got married in her parents garden surrounded by the people they love the most. It was honestly the most special thing to be witness to 💜
  • When life was simpler and all about those just married smiles ☺️
  • How’s everyone doing and handling their social media right now? I can’t quite figure out if i should just be posting like normal, offering some uplifting quote or message, or just openly be wallowing in what in the ever loving fuck March has turned out to be...
So here are some fun, happy, drunky, dancey, party moments.
  • Post ceremony moments between sisters. This right here is the good stuff weddings are made of. The moments that flutter past. These are some of our favourite to freeze for you!
  • Can’t wait to get back to shooting such picture perfect wedding settings. 
Also, who wouldn’t kill to be in the mountains and nature right now?! 😍
  • Soaking up all the Caravaggio-esque lighting.

We Choose Adventure on Instagram

  • I’ve played guitar and bass for a while and always wanted to try sitar. Had my first lesson today in Varanasi. What an amazing instrument! So different to guitar. I was very shit and my fingers feel like they’ve been manicured with a sword, but I love this thing.
  • Following @the_szerd around temples since 2010.

Our first big overseas adventure was to Nepal, where we got engaged. The travel bug bit hard and it’s been love and magical unicorn farts ever since. Here’s to a trillion more adventures with this person ❤️
  • There’s something beautiful and timeless about a shawl or saree. The Indian woman are such a vibrant contrast to the dusty streets.
  • Up to our eyebrows with hot chai (tea) and hotter curry. #wishyouwerehere #notreally
  • Unbelievable detail carved into these old stone mansions (called “Havelis”) from the 1800s. The one took 55 years to finish! It may take us that long to finish painting our kitchen...
  • Epic views over the small desert city of Jaisalmer in North West India, not far from the Pakistan border. 
First time in this beautiful country. Managed to step in cow shit within the first 2 minutes and dog shit within the first 10. Welcome to India!
  • This weekend exceeded all expectations! 🙌 Sooo many good bands, the friendliest people, and delicious veggie food. The mud and rain even made it a proper English festival experience 🌧 This was our first @downloadfest and we WILL be back! Thank you @the_szerd for enjoying the same noisy music as me and always being my band buddy 😘
  • This summer in Europe has been epic for bands so far! Another one from our “must-see” band list. Alice in Chains 🔥 Definite highlights were this song, Them Bones, and Nutshell, which Jerry Cantrell dedicated to Layne Stayley. Totes emosch 😥 @aliceinchains
  • I played bass for a long time and this man was my bass crush 😍 #justinchancellor was worth every second of the 20 year wait to watch this man play 🙌 ... and I got his plectrum ! That’s getting framed.
  • Tool 🙌 I waited 20 years to see this band and it finally happened last night in Berlin, of all places. They were a massive influence on my own band and were actually one of the reasons @the_szerd and I started dating over 15 years ago. I even played in a Tool tribute band back in the day. Excellent times!
  • People watching from the shade.
  • Exploring the narrow streets and alleyways of Stone Town, Zanzibar. This place reminds us so much of the old part of Jeddah with the African/Arab cross culture and architecture.

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