Posts tagged Eva Bradley Photography
Hawke's Bay Country Wedding - Nikky & Sam.

Hawke's Bay weddings pose a bit of a conundrum: coast or country? There is so much of both that it can often be hard to decide, so Nikky and Sam found a little off-the-beaten-track place where they could combine both. Clifton Cafe is authentically Kiwi. From the red corrugated iron through to the simple number-8 fencing wire separating the paddock from the wide expanse of the South Pacific Ocean. Under a home-made floral arch in front of their friends and family, this is Nikky and Sam's love story. We hope you enjoy it!

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BENEATH THE PEAK - SOPHIA & DOUGLAS

A picture is said to tell a thousand words, and in so many ways I find this to be true when photographing people in love. But I still believe in the power of words to put love in context, generate emotion and record history in the same ways we do with our cameras. Douglas' speech after he married his childhood sweetheart, Sophia, was so honestly written that I asked if he would let me share it with you. This is their love story, told by our images...and his words...

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Tom & Ingrid, Havelock North Wedding, by Michelle Fey for Eva Bradley Photography

Was it love at first sight or third sight? It depends who you ask for the answer. I was lead to believe that the first date may have needed a lick and polish but in the end love conquers all.  Mr. & Mrs. Hayden started out as a long distance love affair that ended with "I do" and "I'm moving home!"

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Cam & Amanda Price - Hunterville & Ohakune

I have to be honest and say when Cam and Amanda first told me they were getting married in Hunterville my first reaction (after thinking 'where the heck is that?') was 'why?'. But from the moment we arrived, it became beautifully obvious

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