This next wedding just might take the title for the COOLEST. WEDDING. EVER. Held at a breathtakingly gorgeous spot in New Zealand, it was this incredible mish-mash of style, of color, of design…of pure gorgeousness. Plus it has that handmade, DIY vibe that we’ve been looking for in weddings lately. Click here to see even more images from this lovely, lovely day. Photography by Sutherland Kovach Studio.
This wedding was held at the beginning of February 2010 in Snell’s Beach, New Zealand at Brick Bay Wines and Sculpture Trail. Anna and Dan, the bride and groom, were married on a small island in the middle of a lotus pond, part of an earth sculpture designed by New Zealand artist Virginia King. Guests mingled before the wedding in a pecan orchard decorated with brightly coloured bunting, and then made their way to the edge of the pond through a forest trail hung with lanterns. After the wedding, a cocktail hour was held at Brick Bay’s ‘Glasshouse’. A photobooth was in operation and music was provided by a roster of local DJs. The bride’s family own the property and the wedding was held at her parents’ home on the property, the centrepiece of which was an impressive floral display echoing the flowers used in the bride and bridesmaids’ bouquets.
Photography: Sutherland Kovach Studio / Flowers: Bloom Saloon, Matakana / Event Design: Bride and groom / Event Planning: Bride and groom / Ceremony Location: Brick Bay Wines & Sculpture Trail / Reception Location: Private home, Brick Bay / Dress: Zambesi