When it comes to destination weddings, heading to the South part of the continent is often more common; yet that is not the case for this particular Tunisian wedding. Of course, the choice has much to do with the fact that the groom is half Tunisian and half Romanian while the bride is part South African. Not to mention that the Tunisian wedding boasts natural whimsical touches such as a courtyard drenched in bougainvillea and tons of blue-painted doors.
In a way, the Tunisian wedding will bring to mind the island of Santorini. In addition to the quaint setting of the town in the backdrop, the couple focused on striking a balance between luxury and homey qualities. This ensured the element of fun was never too far from the celebration.
Emm & Clau Capture a Stunning Celebration in North Africa
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