Juliet & Henry {Married} Part 2

Feeling like you’ve missed out on something if this is the first you are seeing of Juliet and Henry’s Wedding? Well you would be correct.. Take me back to PART 1

We nipped away from the guests for a very short amount of time to get some photos around some gorgeous ruins on the property of The Old Stables. We only had a short amount of time as something was coming that the guests didn’t know about…

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography
Sorry to the guests who spent hour and hours on their hair that day. If only you had some warning, I bet you would have applied that extra bit of hairspray! :)

Queenstown Wedding Photography
The red roof below is where we left the guests to mingle a bit more while we take a little spin over Queenstown.

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography
First stop…

Queenstown Wedding Photography
…Cecil’s Peak. Juliet thought she would make my job truly hard for me. Queenstown… you are beautifuuuuul.

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography
Best mates on top of the world.

Queenstown Wedding Photography
Staring lovingly into each others eyes. Or more a ‘How dare you leave me’ stare from Camo there. :)

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography
This was Juliet’s idea. They are meant to fearing for their lives as they hang on the edge of the cliff. But Camo’s drama skills were just too accurate that it had everyone in fits of laughter!

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Lake Isabel was on the cards, but one small chat with the Helicopter pilot and we found that there was a little snow on The Remarkables so we thought we would make Henry and Juliet’s dream of having a ‘white winter wedding’ come true. Yip, it was blimen cold at this spot. But soooooo worth it!

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography
So we jumped back in the chopper and waited for our time to grace the reception with our presence. The reception is exactly where the little white flag is. Skyline Gondola, here we come.

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography
The speeches were entertaining that’s for sure. But I’m going to let the photos do the talking and leave it to your imagination as to why Henry received a giant spoon and why Juliet’s younger brother and MC, Michael has to where a helmet from now on!

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography
I love when the bride makes a speech. And this bride had a few rebuttals to make before commencing!

Queenstown Wedding Photography

Queenstown Wedding Photography
We made it in just before the rain came pouring down and thus ended a more perfect day than they could have ever wished for.

Queenstown Wedding Photography
Juliet and Henry. WOW. What a day indeed. From beginning to end you amazed me with your every choice, your relaxed and humorous attitude and your love for one another and for life. What a way to end a fabulous year. It was such a privilege being a part of it all.
Congratulations once again and the Happiest New Year to you both!

Love Heather & Doug xoxo