Old St Pauls & The Boatshed, Wellington
“Marry Me! Marry Me, my wonderful, darling friend.” ~ Jane Austen
We loved Rosie’s gift to Neil: Ron Swanson inspired Lagavulin scotch whisky.
We loved Rosie & Neil’s love of books and literature.
We loved Rosie & Neil’s appreciation of architecture, archways, and silhouettes.
We loved Rosie & Neil’s walking bus to their reception.
We loved Rosie & Neil’s homebrew – something borrowed, something brewed.
We loved Rosie & Neil’s infectious smiles, and their guest’s willingness to have a great time.
We loved Rosie & Neil’s style.
But most of all, we loved Rosie & Neil’s love for each other.
As Rosie said to Neil, “Plan A was marrying you a long time ago.” It was meant to be.
Congratulations Pingu & Goose!
That’s right. Peeks. More than one. Jacqui & Glenn’s wedding was full of many beautiful and amazing moments, here are a few to keep up the anticipation!
The tiny ray of sunshine that burst through during our bridal photos on the Wellington waterfront wasn’t the best moment of Rebecca & Mark’s wedding day. That would be Rebecca first emerging in her stunning wedding dress. Or the choice of music during their wedding ceremony at Old St Paul’s. Or watching their nerves settle as they read their vows and exchanged rings. Or watching them practise their first dance in the stairwell of The Boatshed. Or listening to embarrassing stories told by the bridal party. Or crazy faces in the Photobooth and just as crazy dance moves on the dancefloor.
The ray of sunshine was beautiful, but Rebecca & Mark’s entire wedding day was full of just as many beautiful moments, the kind of moments we strive to capture and love to share.