Spent the weekend catching up with some of my wedding couples, a few work meetings, plenty of coffees and refuelling the soul. In amongst the hectic little schedule, we snuck in a little engagement shoot for Jess + Ben. Wellington turned on the weather, heaps of wind and plenty of cold, here’s a few snaps of these babes!!!
“We have actually been best friends since we were 15 years old. We both grew up in Wellington with the same friends group, and created a loving supportive friendship we both grew to rely on over the years. It wasn’t until we both lived in London did we decide to take a leap of faith and risk our friendship to see if there was something “more” between us…”
Read more of the full feature over at Together Journal
Photography: David Le | Ceremony and Reception location: Mikey’s family bach – a lakeside Farm in Waikite Valley | Videography: Wild Souls | Celebrant: Mikey’s sister Kelly Rumens | Entertainment: The Noodles Band | Bride’s gown: Grace Loves Lace | Groom’s suit: Barkers suit jacket and shirt, Industriepants | Rings: The Village Goldsmith | Shoes: Country Road | Make-up: Laura Simpson | Hair: Belles & Brides | Bridesmaid’s gowns: Shona Joy | Bridesmaid’s shoes: Country Road | Planner: Bespoke Events & Marketing | Hire: Event Essentials, Bespoke Events & Marketing, The Pretty Prop Shop | Marquee: TopKata | Floral: XOX Flora | Catering and Beverages: Hereford Kitchen | Cake: Mikey’s sister Nikki Davidson | Stationery: Remote Lea Creative
We are all a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love - Dr Seuss
Amaya + Joshua, bringing a little more love into this world.
Cake Petit Fours | Dress Bridal Studio & Demelza Davidson | Hair Luscious Hair and Beauty | MUA Christiana Cleland Makeup | Flowers Jillybud Florist
We’re finally finished up for summer but that doesn’t mean weddings stop. Jess and Dylan got married on the family farm, the morning turned on a blinder of a day, but roll round to the ceremony at the foothills of Mount Ruapehu, and oh lordy did it piss down. About 20 minutes later, a bunch of guests who looked like they had been for a swim in their clothes, the clouds softened and we were back in to the game.
Good yarns, the best hakas, wrong gang affiliation references, paua for days and the biggest Cray I’ve ever seen, here’s a few snaps from their beautiful backyard wedding, check back for a little sneak sneak film too, yeeeow!