Thinking of eloping to Wanaka to have the wedding of your dreams in the epic New Zealand landscape? Such a great idea!
Below are some elopement weddings for visual inspiration. Some couples have helicopters to get to a mountain destination and some get married by the lakeshore. Some couples have brought a few close friends or family with them. .
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Ali and Martin organised their wedding in only 6 days and were married by the shores of Lake Wanaka.
Rachael and Adam had a stunning summer’s day for their intimate heli-wedding back up at Coromandel Peak followed by a refreshing paddle in Lake Wanaka. What a perfect day!
Lou & Jules eloped to Wanaka with their very closest friends. We also had a helicopter ride to enjoy the glorious views of the Wanaka mountains.
Bree & Jace had their elopement Winter wedding in Wanaka at the end of July. They both loved the dramatic landscape of Wanaka and especially wanted photos by the lake with snow-capped mountains.
Debbie & Gordon visited from Scotland back in February to get married in Wanaka up at Coromandel Peak above Lake Wanaka. As both Debbie & Gordon are keen horse riders, we also included lots of horse photo opportunities!
Lisa & Mark had a perfect weather day with oodles of snow for their winter elopement!
Winter in Central Otago... the most romantic setting for a wedding with stunning snow-capped mountains and the most welcoming people in New Zealand.
Dramatic clouds combined with the epic landscape plus a gorgeous couple made me a very happy photographer for Rie & Mischa’s post-wedding shoot.
Tabitha & David came over to New Zealand from The States for their stunning location post-wedding photography shoot here in Wanaka.
Who doesn't love a bit of snow?! Combine this with your wedding day and you have location photos that are look epic whilst having lots of fun! Mary & Thomas came over from eastern Australia for their intimate wedding in Queenstown and were delighted at the chance to get in the snow.