Christchurch Farm Wedding

Christchurch Farm Wedding Nicola and Nathan's Christchurch Farm Wedding still ranks as one of the most enjoyable weddings I have photographed.

From the moment I turned up to photograph Nicola getting ready, to when I left late in the evening, the day was non-stop laughs and good fun.

Every wedding is unique and this was no different. Here are just a couple of things I remember about this wedding:

The ceremony was in the smallest church I have ever photographed in. It was standing room only to the door.

Whitebait fritters were served at the wedding reception.

Nathan gave the shortest and funniest speech during the wedding reception.

Below are a few photos from this wedding. You can view more photos of this wedding at this link - Nicola and Nathan's Farm Wedding

Drop me a line if you are planning a farm wedding and need a wedding photographer.

Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.
Christchurch wedding with Nicola and Nathan.

Events: World Buskers Festival Christchurch

World Buskers Festival ChristchurchOne of the great things about living in Christchurch is the fact it is home to the World Buskers Festival. Yep, that's right - the World Buskers Festival.

I'm not sure why Christchurch has the honour of hosting the festival each year, I'm just glad it does.

Situated two blocks from where I live, the festival is in the northern corner of Hagley Park. The festival runs each year in January and as you'd expect has a pretty amazing number of acts.

Last night, Jane  (the missus) and I watched two shows - Mullet Man, followed by the incredible Camp Chaos circus show (iPhone picture at right). Mullet Man is $2 at the door, while Camp Chaos is a donation after the show. Given how good an act it was, Jane and I chipped in $30 post-performance.

So if you are ever in Christchurch in January, try and time it with the World Buskers Festival - you won't be disappointed.

Thomas.