Weddings of the Week news
Pies and a rap dance - no wonder everyone had a blast at this Wanaka wedding.
Family, friends and two very special dogs helped this couple celebrate their big day in Tauranga.
Abby and Mark met as students, but it took a few years for the love to bloom.
She was the checkout girl, he was the trolley boy - they found love in the supermarket aisles.
It was an unconventional wedding but this couple wouldn't have had it any other way.
This cruisy couple doesn't do drama - so it's not surprising their wedding day went off without a hitch.
This world-travelling pair knew there was only place for their wedding: Wanaka.
Liam clearly knows the way to Hayley's heart - horses and movies.
Forget drama - this couple was too busy having fun to sweat the small stuff on their big day.
Even though a storm nearly rained on their engagement celebrations, the weather came to the party for Lance and Larissa Breukelaar's big day.
Getting married was a dream for this happy couple who met through work eight years ago.
They began as friends before falling in love, and a sweet treasure hunt-style proposal in Rarotonga sealed the deal.
It may have been pouring rain but that didn't put a damper on this couple's special day in Mairangi Bay.
When this water-loving gal and mountain-loving guy decided to tie the knot, it was obvious where they had to have their big day.
He popped the question with a little help from SOL3 MIO. She said yes.
Tears, laughter and a Top Gun salute - this Martinborough wedding had it all.
This happy couple's rustic wedding had it all - laughter, tears, and enough swag to fill Wellington harbour.
They met in high school but didn't ever think they'd end up together. However fast-forward a few years...
A water bomb fight, games on the beach, and fish and chips... this is definitely one of the most fun weddings we've seen.
They first met on the football field at age 5. Fast forward several years and, they're man and wife.
An office romance blossomed into true love and an intimate beach wedding for this couple.
A shared love of Lego brought this couple together, even though they first met years earlier at high school.
This beautiful Matapouri wedding was a fun family affair with plenty of personal touches.
A passion for kapa haka brought this couple together, so it was only natural they'd weave traditional arts into their big day.
Not many people meet their soulmate in preschool, but that's how it worked out for these 21 year olds.
A chance meeting at a Tauranga bar led to lasting love for this Auckland couple.
A beautiful beach wedding was the perfect fit for this chilled-out couple, whose son played a big part in the big day.
Kiwi and Pakistani cultures come together in this colourful Christchurch wedding.
Not even a spot of rain could put a dampener on this couple's magical day.
Neisha Cowley and Chris Herbert met when they were only 5, but didn't realise for 20 years.