Louwrens and Teagan-Leigh became husband and wife at Vaal de Sioleh, situated right on the banks of the Vaal River. Teagan-Leigh was walked down the aisle by her father, to the sound of Bridal March by Jonathan Cain, a softer alternative to the traditional version. Before the bride entered the church, she surprised her husband to be by arranging for a recording ‘Marry Me’ by Train, which she sang herself, to be played.
The readings were performed by a friend of the couple’s, Corneels Schabort, and Teagan-Leigh’s bridesmaid Maryka sang as they signed the register. Their ceremony and reception were both at the same place. The reception was decorated with a black and silver colour scheme, with touches of pink. The newlyweds and their guests enjoyed an exquisite meal with a buffet main course chutney chicken, spiced rice, knickknack beans, pumpkin fritters, leg of lamb and roast vegetables.