People, places, photos

Freeze in time one of the best days of your life, all with a fabulous photographer. To remember the people, the places, and the intimate moments that you shared throughout your day.

Capturing their memories, many just-married Cantabrians have called on the expertise of local photographers to forever remember their weddings.

Between the planned shots that decorate hallway walls and tabletops, to those special candids that keep record of moments otherwise forgotten, the power of wedding photography is without debate. When a day of so much anticipation, preparation, and money passes in just a flash, visuals become the defining moment in making the entire experience last a lifetime.

Think about the wedding books your grandparents showcased proudly, and the photos you might like to fill yours with to display for generations to come. Photographers encourage the preparation of a ‘shot list,’ to ensure a photo is taken with each loved one, and you have multiple angles of things like your dress and accessories, or with your partner, that might otherwise seem silly. When drafting a shot list, think of the people, the venue and landscapes, and the moments within the day such as getting ready, signing the marriage certificate, and your first dance. Look even to videographers or sound to capture the energy of the day.

Main image: Kirill & Laura Makogon, photographed by Cassandra Kovacs at Cossars Wineshed.

Kirill & Laura Makogon, photographed by Cassandra Kovacs at Cossars Wineshed.
Kaylee & Berndt Heersink, photographed by George & Jane at Pemberton Gardens.
Tyler & Luke Jackson, photographed by Sarah Borrell at Cossars Wineshed.
Maria & Jordan McEwen, photographed by Susannah Blatchford at The Arts Centre Te Matatiki Toi Ora.
Jaz and Joel Counter, photographed by Sally Anne at Lacebark Function Centre.
Shinaya & Mark Avery, photographed by Robin + Andie at Cossars Wineshed.
Emily & Hamish Dowdell, photographed by Sophie Isabella at Cossars Wineshed.
Rachel & Matt Thomson, photographed by Koru Photography at Trent’s Vineyard.
Hannah Petrie, photographed by Claudia Pyke at Darjon Vineyard.
Raewyn Mattingly-Bishop & Paul Mattingly, photographed by Karen Casey at Sefton Castle.
Rosa & Guy Strawbridge, photographed by George & Jane at Wood Lane.
Sammy Neho-Smith, photographed by Joseph O’Sullivan at Broadfield Gardens.
Raewyn & Cam Murray, photographed by Martin Setunksy at Bangor Farm.
Ryan & Hogan Beagle-Murray, photographed by Nicole Gourley and edited by Susannah Blatchford at Larcomb Vineyard.

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