Kayla and Josh’s wedding had a whole bunch of things that I love and hope for in weddings all thrown into the one day. Think tipis, an especially fiery sunset (brought on by the Tongan volcano), a full moon, a super stunning location (look at that pic above ?) and their kids Georgia and Brocke.
Anyone that knows my work well will know that I absolutely love weddings where there is wee little ones involved. There’s always so many fun and quirky moments to capture when there’s kids involved and this was definitely the case with Kayla and Josh’s wedding.
Brocke, who had a very important role as the ring bearer, managed to drop the wedding ring in the sand moments before he went to hand the ring over to his mum and dad. I tell you, it’s absolutely amazing how difficult it can be to find a ring in one square meter of sand! After a few minutes of thorough searching, the proceedings continued with one of the guests being kind enough to lend Josh and Kayla a replacement ring. Luckily, in a triumphant moment the ring was found before Kayla and Josh proceeded down the aisle to one of the best flower tosses I have seen yet.
All in all, Kayla and Josh’s wedding was simply amazing. They were a very chilled and super friendly couple to spend the day with. (Even when their wedding ring was lost in the sand, they were both still super chill)! And they had lots of figs and raspberries as part of their grazing platter which I was guiltily very partial to (Shhh, don’t tell anyone?).
I had the absolute pleasure of working alongside Lemon Tree Film House for this wedding who I would recommend to anyone who is looking for awesome videography.
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