Chloe & Carter were married, in the middle of winter, on Chloe’s family farm in Whiteman’s Valley.
No *ahem* fake wedding barn here – this was an authentic, working, careful-where-you-stand, sheep shearing shed.
Chloe’s family are renowned for their infamous Whitemans Valley parties, and this evening was no exception.
Congrats Chloe & Carter!
same sex wedding
“Because of you no dreams can ever splinter
To fragments, you are the magic that bonds each part.“
Paul & Trent, one of the very first same sex couples to be married in New Zealand, after the passing of the marriage equality bill. This is marriage equality history.
“All we are doing with this bill is allowing two people who love each other to have that love recognised by way of marriage.”
Here are two people in love. Enjoy.
This wedding was a team effort from some of Wellington’s best:
Ceremony and Details photographer: Penny @ Inspire Photography
Creative and Reception photographer: Jason @ WE DO Photography & Design <- that’s us!
Videography: Jono @ Jono Tucker Photo & Film
Photobooth: Dion @ The Amazing Travelling Photobooth
Stationery: Aneta @ WE DO Photography & Design <- that’s us!
Planning: Paula @ Paula Bevege Events
A bit of off-camera flash for Emily & Jason’s recent wedding, taken in front of Ben Buchanan’s “Forever” installation at The Dowse Art Museum.
On the eve of their wedding, Jono & Emma’s vintage inspired train station engagement shoot. These guys ooze style. See how we turned these into a beautiful invitation next week!
Their awesome wedding at Tarureka Estate is this coming weekend. We can’t wait!
It’s not typical to get married in the middle of winter, but everything about Rahael and Brendon’s wedding day was a bit unique. The cultural sensation of a sari-draped bride marrying a kilt-wearing groom. A storming and emotive groomsmen entrance teeming with Maori heritage, followed by the classic modern kiwi sound of Tiki Taane.
Prayer and faith were in abundance throughout the day. Personalised heartfelt vows flowed through to warm speeches and prayer. On a cold winter’s day in All Saints Church everyone’s heart was warmed by Rahael and Brendon’s love.
Bridesmaids gifted individually wrapped fruitcake to guests as they congratulated Rahael and Brendon before a GO Wellington bus transported them to The Pines, Houghton Bay, to continue the celebration of their marriage. The roaring fire created perfect ambiance for the drinks & canapés as the new Mr and Mrs Green mingled with their guests into the evening.