Tu & Dee’s Wedding Film

When Tu and Dee first contacted me about their story I instantly knew this was going to be a special occasion, they were so open about their journey and relationship that it was very easy to get on board for such an exciting day. Tu had planned and perfectly executed a surprise proposal to Dee at sunrise on Machu Pichu, which was why the wedding had been planned for the summer solstice (the longest day). Not to forget that Tu and Dee also had dreamed of a dawn ceremony on the beach at Porangahau with the rising sun in the background. The ceremony was followed up with a formal breakfast and lunch at their Marae and party in the evening at the local Country Club. Throw in a haka, some hula dancing and a special guest appearance by the Modern Maori Quartet and you’ve got all the ingredients for an unforgettable event.

In the wedding video, Tom the MC describes Tu as the most humble and generous person he knows, which I think is a fitting description of both of them.

When Dee first saw the film, she told me that we had created taonga for their family, which is probably the highest honour that I could achieve as a wedding filmmaker and is the ultimate goal when making a record of such an important occasion.

On that note, you’re probably itching to see the film which highlights their truly memorable wedding.

James & David’s Wedding Film – Same Day Edit

James and David’s small private wedding ceremony was held at the stunning Mana Lodge in Hawkes Bay. This secluded and simply jaw dropping wedding venue provided the perfect backdrop for their intimate wedding ceremony and family lunch.

Here is a short film I edited for them on the same day as the ceremony, which was followed up the following day with an epic party of grand proportions in Auckland with all of their friends in attendance.

Lisa & Eric’s Christchurch wedding film

Lisa & Eric chose to have a small intimate garden wedding ceremony at Dyers House in Christchurch on a stunning Autumn day. When Lisa first contacted me about a wedding video, she mentioned they wanted to have a film that showed them having a fun date in the park and in true Italian style that she and Eric were going to be using a Vespa to get around the city. That sounded like just the sort of story I wanted to tell so it was off to Christchurch for a weekend to film their wedding. There is a lot more to Lisa & Eric’s story, but as I’m a better videographer than I am a writer I’ll just let their wedding video below speak for itself.

Quality Christchurch Wedding Vendors:

Wedding Venue – Dyers House
Caterer – Catering by Nikki
Makeup – GlamU
Hair – Jamal
Celebrant – Cheryl Cowden
Florist – Aromaunga
Wedding Video team – Jono & Hamish

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