Wow, Epic, Stunning.
I am so excited to share this mountain top elopement adventure with Jodie and Kris who tied the knot at National Park, Mt Ruapehu.
Covid has altered many wedding plans. Some have chosen to cancel, to postpone and many have had to modify their wedding plans. Kris and Jodz were no exception.
They decided to elope at National Park, which is very close to both their hearts. It was also where Kris proposed to Jodie, and you should definitely check out their epic story in the film below.
The elopement has given me the opportunity to craft something unique. I have always wanted to create more of a film-like approach to my wedding films, but the hectic schedule of a typical wedding normally does not allow much time or space to be creative. Elopement is a different beast together. Kris and Jodie were on board with all of my ideas, and collaborated in every aspects of the movie. It was their love of my work, and my passion for creativity, that has allowed us to create this masterpiece below.
Enjoy, and I would love to hear your thoughts and comments below on this elopement production.
"Love it so much. Yes we got choked up with smiles looking at one another holding each other’s hands sitting on the couch watching on our tv. The raw emotions of it all came right back and it was beautiful to see and relive it. We’ve watched it over and over since you sent us the link and every time we seem to see and pick up on something magical and different each time. It’s a wonderful representation of the day. The significance of that whole area, of how the ceremony flowed, of being in the majesty of that place was brought back in waves and it’s hard to fight back the tears when it’s something we are so happy with looking back on."