OUR CINEMATIC FEATURE FILMS
Our Feature Films are the very best of what we do. These films are highly crafted and unique to each couple we have the pleasure of working with.
Set deep in the heart of the Mighty Waikato, this is a story of 6 generations of Rushbrooke farmers uniting with the staunch “Spataro’s don’t cry” Italians. Such a mix was always going to make for an interesting wedding and it didn’t disappoint!
When a Landscape Architect can’t find the perfect place to marry his bride… he grows it! This is a story about a very passionate groom marrying his bride to be under a grand canopy of oaks. It’s DIY madness mixed with heart and raw emotion.
Set in the back blocks of Pukekohe on a lush green lawn, two bloody awesome families held a celebration 10 years in the making. From intimate vows to a magical woodland forest. Some [email protected]*k’n good speeches and dance party without shame , this is quite a remarkable little story that is completely Greg and Sam.
As her last act of service to the church before retiring, Chris’ 86 year old grandmother Rev. Joan Hamilton wed Chris and Lindsay. Added to that was the most beautiful poetry I’ve ever heard spoken at a wedding. It really was a pleasure to the ears!
Stephen and Rachel go way back. They are best friends who know each other inside out. They even finish each other’s sentences … all-of-the-time.
Arthur and Aradhna actually got married twice! Day one was their Kiwi wedding, then day two they did it all again but this time traditional Indian style.
Their kiwi wedding was held at Kings Collage chapel in Auckland which is one amazing place to film in! Then on day two we were treated to the rich Indian culture capturing the henna being painted on Aradhna’s hands and having the groom make an entrance at the ceremony. All up it was definitely a wedding we’ll remember for a while!
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