The setting was breathtaking in rural South Canterbury for Anna and Hamish. Grace Bolton, from Grace Bolton Photography, captured some fantastics memories of this gorgeous large, rustic wedding.
Their whole day flowed beautifully. Anna and Hamish had a bespoke, personalised ceremony that featured a live singer, a horse and their fur baby
There were some clouds in the sky which helped cool the searing sun, creating a beautiful summers day. Anna arrived on a magnificent horse, led by her father, followed by her bridesmaids and fur-baby, Macy.
Their personalised crafted ceremony included moments of laughter with some very emotional and moving times.
Anna and Hamish spoke from their heart with their vows they had written themselves. When it came time to exchange rings their fur baby Macy rose to the occasion. Macy waited patiently while they a symbol of their love, their wedding rings.
As the signing was taking place, Anna's father sung beautifully. He is very talented and the live music was just wonderful.
The signing was done an old desk that reminded me of the desks I had at school when I was a child. it was very fitting for their space.
It was then the conclusion of our ceremony and Mr and Mrs Symons walked down the aisle, flowed by their bridal party, their parents and then their guests.The sun came out for their trays of platters and some nice cold beverages to celebrate their marriage. They mingled with their guests before having more photos taking from Grace. They partied into the early hours with their friends and family.
Anna and Hamish created a truly spectacular, simple, rustic and stunning ceremonial space for their I do's. They had some lovely ideas. It was a pleasure to be part of their day. Congratulations to you both. I wish you both a lifetime of adventure and fun, love and happiness.