I had the pleasure of photographing Cass and Nate’s wedding this past summer, and what a wedding it was! Cass and Nate hosted their wedding at Cass’ Dad’s property in Tai Tapu. They really made their wedding day their own creation, with their style evident from start to finish.
In the morning Cass
Ben and Ana’s wedding at the Hotel Ashburton was just beautiful. I’ve been looking back through their shots as I design their album, so thought it would be a good time to share some photos.
Ben and Ana chose a vintage glam theme for their wedding, which you can see working its way
Joe and Josephine chose Stoneridge Estate in Queenstown to host their wedding. It was a beautiful, relaxed affair set on the most stunning blue sky day. Their organisational efforts paid off on the day, everything came together beautifully. The girls spent their morning in Stoneridge’s Cottage while the guys
Christina and Owen came all the way from Canada to New Zealand for their wedding shoot around Tekapo. We started off at the Church of the Good Shepherd and took advantage of the long golden tussocks surrounding the area. Then we shot over to a secret
Ben and Yukiko were married at Cashmere Presbyterian Church on a sunny Tuesday afternoon. They chose to keep it all low key and it was pretty special to witness the meeting of two families this way. After their ceremony Ben, Yukiko and I headed up
First up for my 2015 / 2016 wedding season were Megan and Jeremy! They chose the good people at Wigram Base in Hornby to host their wedding and reception. A few days before their wedding I stopped by Wigram Base to meet their wedding coordinator
Jordan and Joelle’s Pemberton wedding marked my first time shooting at this gorgeous Christchurch venue. We started the day at Joelle’s parents place. While the girls finished getting ready I went ahead to capture their guests. A gazebo in the heart of Pemberton gardens was
The Heritage Hotel’s staircase made for a grand backdrop for Holly and Brad’s wedding. It was such a beautiful day, so after the ceremony we had a wander around central Christchurch. It was quite surreal walking between Christchurch’s new developments and earthquake damaged buildings with
Tracey and Cam invited friends and family to Masterton, in the heart of the Wairarapa, for their wedding. I haven’t been to this part of New Zealand before, so I enjoyed taking in the mountains and rural scenes.
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