Snow seeking couples heading to Queenstown for a winter ski/snowboarding getaway, may also like to think about making the most of the powered for an epic winter elopement or wedding ceremony.
The mountains around Glenorchy are like a magnet to adventure seekers from around the world, and for those free spirits who have found their sole mate, these mighty peaks are a perfect place to start their married adventure together.
I was working with a beautiful adventurous couple recently, who decided to take a break between walking two of NZ’s top walking tracks (Milford and Routeburn) to get secretly married in Paradise, near Glenorchy. We started to discuss dates, hair and makeup, flowers and other important details before the bride asked: “So how long will this ordeal take?”. This made me giggle as the definition of an ordeal is: "A very unpleasant and painful or difficult experience”... AND that is definitely not the experience I want for any of our couples.
This magical Southern Alps location can often throw is some challenging weather but with that brings some amazing romantic moody wedding photos, as well as some really hilarious, funny moments, as we make our way through the elements, so our couples can have the most memorable day.
For those who are in search of the simple and wildly romantic elopement then Queenstown, New Zealand is the destination and the Head of the Lake is the location.
A poem for those wildly romantic and adventurous couples who have or are going to make the head of the Lake their special place.
Hitched in Paradise is celebrating one year since the launch of their wedding and elopement website today (10 October 2017), featuring many of the talented wedding vendors at the head of Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand.
In that moment… The moment you say “I do”… Everything stops.
You could be anywhere in the world and you could have a thousand people watching you or just two, but in that moment nothing else matters except the both of you.