Marius Barnard from Weddings by Marius is renowned as one of South Africa’s leading Wedding, Event and Corporate Function Co-ordinators. He has a refreshingly distinctive way of doing what he does best – not only in his ability to perfectly personalise each wedding – but in his ability to perfect it anywhere between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth or Johannesburg and Durban.
Weddings by Marius has been chosen as the preferred Wedding Co-ordinator for Pezula Hotel and Spa, Kurland Hotel and Spa, Kurland Pavillion, Forest Hall, Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve and The Baroness only to mention a few. Marius’ style is perfectly displayed in his selection of venue choices which range from winelands, urban locations, hotels, beaches and forest settings.
Consultations can be arranged in Knysna, Cape Town, Johannesburg or Durban, thus allowing both local and international couples the opportunity to meet and consult with Marius. Please enquire about all upcoming Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban Consultation Dates.
Marius’ approach to overseeing all aspects of your wedding is unerringly professional, yet at the same time warmly personal. By applying originality and attention to the finest detail be assured your special day will be anything and everything you ever dreamed. He offers infinite variety, creativity and an eye for detail, ensuring that planning your wedding with you culminates in an intensely enjoyable and unforgettable wedding celebration.
Your wedding is a joyous celebration of love that illustrates the unique individuality of both bride and groom; with style, creativity, organisation and prevailing good sense the overall theme of every wedding becomes an extension of the bride’s character, subtly augmented by Marius’ own.
“Style and elegance are the essence of any wedding celebration. True style, along with inherently treating others with respect is, to me, a sense of self – a confidence and graciousness that is evident to everyone with whom you come into contact; it means knowing yourself, knowing what works for you and what doesn’t.”