The 24th of November opened with grey and stormy skies - but nothing was going to put a dampener on the beautiful wedding day of Tutone and Hayley.
They say rain on your wedding is good luck, because a wet knot is harder to unravel. If that's the case, the knot that these two tied that day is going to be one safe knot, because the love between Tutone and Hayley was already the kind that will stay strong for years and years to come. The natural bond between them is clear to see and you can witness the love they have for each other easily - it's right their in the warmth of their expression when they look at one another.
Tutone and Hayley have an amazing group of family and friends around them. You could really feel the aroha surrounding them in the church when they became man and wife, and again in the reception where the colours of their mixed cultures really came to life. I was treated to witness several awesome dances, a waiata and even a haka!
I was very grateful to have Dezant Grayman second shooting for me, and he did an amazing job.
Hayley and Tutone's day also would not have been possible without these incredible vendors:
Minister - Kalolo Fihaki
Ceremony Venue - Manurewa Methodist Church
Reception - Greyhound Function Centre
Cakes - Celebration Cakes Manukau
Bride dress- Sweethearts Bridal Boutique Blacktown
Bridesmaids Dresses - JJsHouse
Suits - Frank Casey
Groom's Suit - SK Menswear
Make up -Melinda Patel
Until the next one,