Kat and Chris know how to have fun, and they sure do know how to plan a great wedding. Their special day was filled with so much laughter and fun, and their genuine happiness to get married to each other. Add to this some lovely soft light, happy guests and great shoes…
Gorgeousness. Supreme gorgeousness.
Super cute kids add that bit of innocence as well as the element of *Oh My Goodness What Are They Going To Do Next?* Hayley looked like a princess!
A beautiful bridesmaid, Clare’s dress even matched the awesome shoes. Win-Win right there.
Add a pinch of awesome wedding dress, and Kat looked absolutely stunning!
Kat got ready at the home she grew up in, I think it always makes it so special and even more sentimental, but that’s probably because I’m a bit of a sap at the best of times.
Must have awesome long veil and you can guarantee a happy photographer.
A doting Dad completes the at home picture beautifully.
The details were brilliantly planned!
This is one of my favourite shots of the day. Look at how Travis is looking up at his Dad. More kid gorgeousness.
This is moments after Travis told Kat that she looked ‘pretty’. Love that kid.
Nervous and excited all rolled into one.
Old St Mary’s Convent has the cutest little church, awesome venue!
What a gorgeous and adoring bride!
Kat’s Grandad turned 100 recently, and I think that deserves a mention, don’t you?
Coolest location for the group shot!
I’m not really used to being on that side of the camera, but Travis was a natural.
Hayley spent a lot of time running away from me, but that’s ok, it made for great pictures!
Old St Mary’s Convent has some beautiful spots!
Then we headed off to this fantastic red barn I stumbled across earlier. We’re always so grateful when people are happy for us to photograph on their property. Thanks so much Graham from Vintage Antiques and Furniture, your place is spectacular!
Kat was so happy to be marrying Chris!
Chris knew how to work it!
It was supposed to rain during the afternoon, pour in fact! Well that’s what Metservice told us. Thankfully they were about 6 hours wrong, so we were able to enjoy the beautiful diffused light.
I love the chemistry that these two have together.
Kat’s dress was absolutely stunning, made by Bernadette Thomas, who always does a beautiful job.
Meet Trevor. Trevor is a girl cat (!) and full of curiosity. She most certainly wanted to be included in the photoshoot!
Trevor got in amongst the dress at every opportunity.
We were just about finished when we stumbled across this totally awesome tractor. Chris said that if he could name it, he would call it Dougal. Dougal the tractor. I thought that was a good idea.
Thanks Kat and Chris for an amazingly fun wedding. All the very best with your big move this week, and wishing you both much happiness for many years to come.
Even more photos on facebook!
Hair and Makeup: Marlborough Day Spa
Gown: Bernadette Thomas
Venue: Old St Marys Convent
Flowers: The Flower Box