Wedding ceremony at the Tree Church, Ohaupo - Ian and Sarah

Ian and Sarah's day was effortlessly elegant and timeless. The Tree Church in Ohaupo provided a unique backdrop for the heartfelt and emotional ceremony.  We didn't have to venture far for photos because the grounds are immaculately groomed and full of beautiful spots to wander through. A favourite moment had to be the flower girls racing down the flower lined path and ducking under the arch made by the arms of the bride and groom.  The Boatshed was a great spot to finish the evening looking over Lake Karapiro as the sun went down.

Vendors

Wedding Photographer: Tiffany Curtis

Second Shooter/assistant: Arie from Black Robin

Brides Dress:  Corina Snow

Brides Shoes: ASOS

Grooms Suit:  Crane Brothers, Auckland

Grooms Shoes: Hallensteins

Bridesmaids Dresses:  Bella Bridesmaids

Robes / Kimonos:  Online

Groomsmen:  Hallensteins

Flower Girl Dress:  Farmers

Paige boy:  Farmers

Flowers:  Fig leaf, Hamilton

Makeup: KITZO

Hair:  KITZO

Rings:  Huntly Jewellers

Cake:  Karin Klenner

Table decoration:  Le Chandelier Wedding Planning & Design

Ceremony Venue: The Tree Church

Reception Venue: The Boatshed

Wedding Planner: Zelda Lond

Wellington Hilltop Wedding - Orlando and Fleur

This was one of the most authentic and down to earth ceremonies I have attended. A grand total of 7 people watched Orlando and Fleur get married on hilltop overlooking Wellington and the mountains below. A surprise wedding car turned up and with a couple of stops along the way we headed to the family bach in Te Horo. Friends and fam were waiting to celebrate with live music, home cooked food and homebrew beer. It doesn't get much better (or more Kiwi) than that!

Thanks James Waugh for getting some extra snaps at the bach!

Vendors

Photographer: Tiffany Curtis

Brides Dress: Janet Leathem (bride's mum) | Brides Shoes: Hunters and Collectors

Grooms Jacket: | Grooms Shoes:

Flowers: Aunty wend and Heather

Makeup: Rhea Vine | Hair: Rhea Vine | Jewelry:

Ceremony Venue: Tinakori Hills | Reception Venue: The Horo (family bach in Te Horo)