Harry & Shirleen ~ Old St Paul’s and Gear Homestead

Harry and Shirleen were married at Old St Paul’s in town. They had quite an international wedding having Harry’s Korean mum from England and Shirleen’s half-Italian mum from Zimbabwe. They also had family flying in from South Africa, Australia and England to be with them on their special day. At the ceremony, one of Shirleen’s daughters and a friend of hers sang ‘Ave Maria’ – amazing voices! After their beautiful ceremony the couple, family and friends gathered together at Gear Homestead where they shared bubbles, laughs, a great dinner and cake!

Thanks to Hilary Goodman, my second photographer for the day.  Hilary took the images of Shirleen with her three daughters, and of Shirleen and Harry entering the reception room.

To find out more about weddings and venues in the city, take a look at my weddings in Wellington page.

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  • Catherine

    Lovely work Alicia, and the detail shots are just beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Margot

    Wow! Great job Alicia, I like all the images!ReplyCancel

    • fotograficablog

      Thank you Margot! Have a nice day 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Kate

    The second to last one is priceless!ReplyCancel

  • Angela V

    Beautiful! Congratulations Shirleen 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Hi Guys,

    Very nice pictures.
    Shirleen you look amazing.
    You haven’t change a bit.
    The girls are very pretty too.
    Wonderful to see them as young ladies now.

    Congratulation and we wish you many, many, many happy years together.
    Say Hi to David for us.

    RgdsReplyCancel

  • Lorraine

    These are wonderful pictures – a great memory of a superb and happy day.ReplyCancel

  • Moonyoung Choi

    Wonderful pictures!! All of these are just like pictures in a magazine!ReplyCancel

  • Jurgens

    Con grat`s Sis,Wishing you and Harry all the best.ReplyCancel

  • JeongWhan Lee

    Wow! What a beautiful wedding! Congratulations Shirleen..^^*ReplyCancel

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