Wellington Wedding Photography

Helen & Jono | Cuba Street, Wellington Wedding

Helen & Jono were married at {Suite} art gallery, and had their reception at Loretta . These two are total gold, and so are the insanely supportive family they have surrounding them. The speeches were brilliant, laughter, tears, hugs, take a hot minute to compose yourself, brilliance. I loved taking them for a lap around Cuba street precinct for photos, and oh ma God the courtyard at {Suite} with the Ans Westra photo murals is amazingness. Do weddings your way folks!

Teresa & Keenan | Sudbury, Kapiti Wedding.

Teresa & Keenan were married at Sudbury. It's so lovely to think about all that's happened since their wedding day, they have a little girl now! A bit has changed at Sudbury also, a new dance floor & terrace area namely. (This is me trying to catch up on two years of blogging by the way!) My favourite things from this wedding were taking T&K down to Te Horo beach for sunset pics, and the awesome cake topper! 

Photography: Sarah McEvoy Photography  | Venue: Sudbury | Catering: The Catering Studio | Cake topper: grainandco.com.au | Entertainment: Jamie and the Gents  | Celebrant: Clarissa Dunn | Florist: Friends, with flowers sourced from Central Flower Wholesalers | Bridal gown: Rachel Gilbert | Hair: Natalee Fisher | Brides Shoes: Novo | Earrings: Portmans | Bridesmaid dresses: Atmos & Here, from The Iconic | Robes: Mia Lucce | Grooms Suit: Country Road | Shirt: TM lewin | Tie: Peter Jackson Grooms Shoes: Jeff Banks
 

A love ballad to the wedding veil & Wellington's glorious wind!

To celebrate me having a totally empty editing pile for the first time in months, and to ease me into the two years of blogging backlog I now have no excuse not to make a start on, here is a blog post that's been an idea nugget in my head for a while. THE VEIL. Endless drama, lols, and frustrated veil wrangling has ensued. Many a veil has been discarded, stuffed into a bridesmaids purse. Sometimes the wind has not come to the party and I have employed a member of the bridal party to 'be the wind' as I like to put it. Whatever traditional use a veil once had has long been surpassed by it's use as a wedding fashion statement, combined with the windiest city in the world, it is a brave choice for a bride to make.

Enjoy! 

Featuring: Han & Matt, Nadine & Tim, Fatima & Julian, Alice & Alex, Amy & Campbell, Cam & Jen, Kate & Craig, Siobhan & Michael, Ash & Kieran, Maree & Peter, Renee & Callum, Tash & Tim.