On a brilliant day high above Waitomo on a gorgeous farm, Morgan and Sean exchanged their vows under a stunning archway. And it wasn't just any archway! Decorated with beautiful flowers was the head of a stag which just happened to be from Sean and Morgan's very first hunt together. How romantic! During the ceremony, both sets of parents placed their whanau korowai around the bride and groom. They shared their first kiss as husband and wife surrounded by history, culture and memories alongside special family and friends. To make their day even more unique, the newly-weds headed straight from the aisle to do a bit of clay-bird shooting. So much fun!

Showcasing what a stunning part of the world we live in, we headed off to a magical forest - and with such a beautiful couple and the swankiest bridal party I was squealing on the inside with how absolutely breath-taking it was! We then sneaked Sean and Morgan away for a while so that they could have some time together. Swoon!

Sean and Morgan had a whole lot of guests at their wedding so the newly refurbished Waitomo Homestead was the perfect venue to party the night away. The staff made the most epic cake from a variety of cheeses and the look totally suited their day. Following the most amazing sunset, the speeches were filled with lots of laughs and tears, a fierce haka and a very touching first dance.

Congratulations on a truly stunning day Sean and Morgan! It was an honour to be there with you.

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