The Boatshed, Wellington
Sacred Heart & Te Papa, Wellington
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!
This Saturday was a blast. I had sore cheeks by 4pm, and I wasn’t the one meant to be smiling.
I don’t know if it was Aileen’s cats running amok during the morning, the Cardinals beating the Dodgers, those tequila shots during reception, or simply two people in love, but Aileen & Kieran seemed to be having a blast too.
Thanks for kick-starting our wedding season with such a beautiful celebration – congratulations!
Coming soon, Rebecca & Mark.
Watch this space!
We had the pleasure of working alongside Nikki from Peach House Productions – be sure to also watch this most stunning video too:
Coming next on the blog – Ali & Matt. Stay tuned!
(This is my Max Wanger tribute. No idea? Look him up.)
Arna & Jase at the Wellington watefront after their recent Dockside wedding reception.
A recent snap from Ali & Matt’s wedding. So many great frames from this wedding, can’t wait to share more!
Sheryl & Tony, Waikanae Beach.
A few recent favourites from Kat & Mike’s mid-winter engagement session around Waitangi Park on the Wellington waterfront. Keep an eye out for their upcoming summer wedding, we can’t wait!
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“He’s a loose cannon, you can’t tie him down”, Matt’s father was saying to me late at night during the reception.
“I know”, I was thinking to myself, “I’ve just spent a hour trying to take a single serious picture of Matt & Kel together. She’s going to hate me for not getting capturing him without a goofy smile or in the middle of some goofy pose”.
But in the end, it didn’t matter.
Because you know what? That’s Matt. And that’s the Matt that Kel fell in love with.
I may not have taken a serious photo. But god we had fun.
Ladies & Gentlemen: Matt & Kel.