Weddings of the week
What better day to tie the knot than nine years on (to the day) from your first introduction. Ahhh, how romantic.
What began in the halls of Canterbury University, culminated in a beautiful wedding at a country oasis.
Glamour and decadence a la Marie Antoinette was the order of the day at this Hawke's Bay wedding.
These two met at the tender age of 13, but were unable to get together due to Jordan's inconvenient punishment.
Who knew a cheeky bum-pinch could turn into an all out search through a field full of cows.
They may have struck up romance in an unlikely spot, but these two haven't looked back since.
Bollywood meets vintage with a dash of highland fling - if you can't settle on one theme, why not experiment.
The perfect venue, stunning weather and personalised M&M's - what more could a couple ever want?
A beach ceremony followed by a vineyard reception - quite possibly the perfect wedding combo.
No one deserves a magical day more than a couple who help organise over 40 weddings a year.
They met at work, were engaged in a secret garden and married on a lucky weather day.
It was Sevens weekend: she was dressed as a goddess, he was clad in fluoro lycra - the rest is history.
Their first date wasn't conventional, but Emma and Sean hit it off and married earlier this year.
A proposal surrounded by snowy mountains in Switzerland was just the start for this lovely couple.
This beach-side wedding album, complete with a stunning lighthouse backdrop, is dreamy.
Two decadent dresses, a pup bridesmaid and emblazoned undies - sometimes simple doesn't cut it.
Showstopping shoes, a singing maid of honour and military-specific plans meant this day went off without a hitch.
A romantic farm-themed proposal seen from the sky led to a stunning wedding set in the mountains.
Meeting your future partner at a wedding seems too good to be true, but this lovely couple did.
Talk about inviting the family - a canine ring-bearer and equine chauffeurs made this day one of a kind.
A romantic proposal in Florence, gorgeous handmade posies and loads of family made this wedding special.
The Hawke's Bay drought could've turned this wedding upside down, but the bride's mum had other ideas.
Forest-inspired flowers and a crystal-encrusted dress, a fairytale-wedding for this couple that met online.
When the man throws the ring at his prospective bride, it's not normally a good sign, but here it was.
This wedding had it all: a special guest, cat photos and an unintentional trial of the first dance.
This lovely wedding was jam-packed with heart-warming moments - the bride even had three dresses!
Not a cloud in the sky, a calm bride and a beautiful dress: conditions were perfect on this lovely wedding day.
A Greek Islands proposal, romantic details and a beautiful bride - this wedding is swoon city.
This vintage-inspired wedding was a DIY dream with handmade bouquets and op-shop treasures.
Beautiful views, lots of dancing and even a wardrobe emergency - this beautiful Wellington wedding had it all.
Gorgeous turquoise shoes, a dress fit for a princess and a vineyard location - this big day was something special.
This romantic 'estate' wedding is the definition of elegance. Oh, and how good does that cake look?
A barn wedding, a last minute celebrant save and a gorgeous classic style make this wedding a winner.
This gorgeous classic Napier wedding was full of love... and dancing.
Here's a wedding tale from the groom's perspective that involves a tropical proposal and wild animals.
A poetry-filled proposal, a trash the dress ceremony and an op-shop gown. We love this wedding.
A Wellington wedding in three parts: gorgeous ceremony, hilltop pictures and a waterfront party.
This Marton wedding was a chic affair - you'd never have guessed she got her dress from TradeMe!
Listen up lads, as the proposal story that accompanies this gorgeous Ashhurst wedding is one of the cutest we've ever heard.
Even thunderstorms cleared the way for this picture-perfect Cambridge wedding.
An August wedding offers tips for those planning winter ceremonies.
This couple's homespun South Island barn wedding has loads of heart.
This couple got to know each other in Australia, were engaged in Canada, but tied the knot in beautiful Katikati on a rather special day.
A Parisian-themed, pastel-styled wedding that has us weak at the knees.
David Baker and Hayleigh Scott's wedding was quintessentially Kiwi in that it was all thanks to the All Blacks' World Cup success.
Justeen Palalagi, 27, and Gavin Tusini, 28, married on November 11, 2011 after Justeen's original date was vetoed due to the Rugby World Cup.
Aucklanders Jessica Galu and John Matheson met through work. They were married in Kerikeri's St James Anglican Church.
Kimberley Sullivan, 24, and Samuel Mathews, 25, were married on March 9, 2012 in West Auckland.
Wellingtonians Joseph Gaylard, 25, and Amy Hedges, 22, married at the Gear Homestead in Poriruia at the start of November.
Siobhan Gulliver, 28, wed boyfriend of nine years Joe Marshall, 29, at his family homstead in the village of Ranana up the Whanganui River at Labour weekend.