A wedding in the peaceful Mangaroa Valley in an old army shed with farm animals galore. This was my kind of day. I ran around like a giddy little kid talking to all the sheep, chickens and dogs. From the charismatic pig called Lucky, to the seven tiny and towering dogs, it was an animal lovers dream. And aside from all of the visual beauty, there were just so many good souls. Tearful vows, meaningful hugs, moving speeches and one of the most powerful hakas I've ever witnessed. And some pretty smooth dance moves to top it all off at the end of the night. Emily and Troy are so good together, making each other laugh so hard they can't stand straight. Once again, I left feeling elated and grateful. I really do love my job.
Here's to Mr & Mrs Mohr, what a pair. X