Diana & Royden | Wanaka Wedding Shoot

Diana & Royden met working at one of Singapores biggest night clubs whilst they were both studying at university. Fast forward a few years and the nightclubbing days are long behind them, but their sense of fun and laughter together is still very much alive. Their wedding will be held in Singapore later in the year and it sounds nothing short of incredible, although we have no idea where Diana is finding the time to organise it! She is now a very successful and super talented lawyer (clever lady!) which doesn’t leave many spare hours in the day.

We were honoured to hear that after discovering our photos on Instagram, they decided to come to New Zealand to take some pre-wedding photos. Although Autumn and winter can be pretty chilly, it can often be our favourite time to shoot. The light is lovely and low, and there is a softness to the tones in the landscape that you don’t get in the warmer months.

Diana and Royden, we wish that we could be there for your wedding in Singapore! From meeting you both we know that it is going to be a truly incredible day, and Diana you are going to make a stunning bride. We just LOVE the gowns that you wore for this shoot.  In fact we must give a shout out to Diana’s incredible custom made gown by Cinobi. Take a close look… all of the stitching is hand embroidered and it is absolute perfection. Enjoy…

Huge thanks to the amazing suppliers:

Planning: Alpine Image Company

Makeup: Road to Beauty

Hair: Absolutely Fabulous

Brides Embroidered Gown: Cinobi

Bride’s white gown: Galia Lahav House of Couture

Helicopter: Aspiring Helicopters


To all the team at Boutique and Alpine Image Company.. we couldn't have asked for a better day. Yaeh is brilliant at her job, accommodating our every need. And Alpine Image Company were just fabulous to work with - thanks for making me feel beautiful on the most amazing day of Kate and I's lives. We'll be back for that family photo shoot somewhere down the track. Thank you again x

Jacs & Kate

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