Country Weddings in South Africa
There is nothing more special for a couple than that one big day where family and friends come together to celebrate the beginning of a journey that will last a lifetime. We are talking about a wedding of course! More often than not, a traditional wedding in South Africa will take place either on a wine estate or a farm. It provides the perfect setting and makes those everlasting photos look spectacular. But what if you are looking for something different? Something that can be traditional and unique at the same time? This might be your answer.
Country Wedding Themes
To some, it might seem a little out of sorts and cowboy weddings are not something you see too often in South Africa. Most often when attending a cowboy wedding, it is just a theme with matching décor, but the surroundings always gives it away. Simply put, these weddings mimic the cowboy look but it lacks the feeling of authenticity. It is not often seen as something traditional or elegant and sometimes frowned upon, but in truth, it can be every bit as spectacular as a wedding at any other estate or farm, if not better.
Traditional with a hint of wild wild west
A true cowboy wedding, with a combination of rustic romance, western charm, elegance, and tradition, is hard to come by but at Diamond X Cowboy Ranch we have created the perfect setting that will make you feel like you are in a scene from a movie. It is not just the country chapel, accommodation or décor that makes it unique, but the lifestyle itself, especially with our internationally trained cowboys.
Get your boots on
Do yourself a favour and spend a few days on our American-style cattle ranch. Treat your groomsmen, and yes bridesmaids too, by enjoying an afternoon horseback ride along some spectacular scenic landscapes and sunsets. Enjoy the full western experience while preparing those final touches and getting ready for your big day.
Getting hitched? Give us a call to find out how we can give you a stylish elegant country wedding with a true western touch.