Sometimes people just click. You meet for the very first time and it’s like you’re catching up with old friends. Anna and Logan travelled 500 kilometres down to Wellington to have an engagement session nearly a year before their wedding. We sat in a favourite cafe, sipping excellent coffee surrounded by lush garden, getting to know each other. No cameras, just good conversation. We talked and talked and then we took photos. This is the foundation of all good storytelling.
Arriving at a wedding we don’t want to be strangers or a hired hand. It’s possibly the most intimate-yet-public moment of your life and it’s a window into everything you hold dear. The people, the places. Your precious taonga. When the fullness of the sanctity of marriage bears itself in the presence of most loved ones, we’re reminded what an incredible honour it is to witness and participate in such Holy days. They truly are sacred moments.
Relationship is at the heart of every wedding. Between the bride and groom. Between the couple and their family and friends. Between us and you.
We are incredibly grateful for our new friends, Anna & Logan.