We organised it way back in October of 2011 and the day finally arrived and we were off to Waiheke on a ferry with our gear. The “tour” was on. International at that, and we were excited to get to the venue with plenty of time to set up and then go grab some lunch and relax for a few hours.
A few more pics from Goldie’s:
Serena, the bride, arranged transport and lodging for us so we just had to get over there Saturday to set up at The Goldie Room.
Serena was without a doubt the most chill bride ever; if she was stressed she didn’t show it. Her groom Paul was gracious and helped us get everything sorted out, then we had the rest of the day free to explore.
We drove to the north side of the island, Onetangi, and had lunch at the BeachFront Restaurant, the free wifi had us tweeting, Facebooking and geeking out. So very
not rock and roll.
We stayed at the Larkview Cottage at the bottom of a driveway which put us basically in a paradise with Tui singing and sun shining. Put the rugby on and sleep till show time. Yep.
The wedding was fantastic and we blasted through 2 hours straight with songs and lots and lots of dancing. The happy couple was happy, as was everyone else, and we’re incredibly honored to have been a part of it!
The bride and groom, though blurry here, are pretty clear about their feelings for each other, and we wish them the best!