Top 5 Photos Of #ErwAnne At The #TheWanForAnne Wedding
Like us, we know you were on a #TheWanForAnne watch last Sunday, November 12, to get updates on the wedding of Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff in New Zealand (aka Middle-earth from The Lord of the Rings series).
Days after their wedding, we still can’t get enough of how simply dramatic the details of the event were.
Their wedding’s location offers a breathtaking view of nature from all angles. And the couple? Beautiful from all angles, too, and just overflowing with love and happiness. This perfect combination has resulted to shots after shots of great photographs.
Thousands and thousands of photos have been uploaded on social media, but these five photos are standouts for how they stunningly capture the love between these two.
Wow, look at that gorgeous Monique Lhuillier gown! It is every inch fitting for the “dyosa” that Anne Curtis is. What an amazing black and white photograph this is, taken by photographer Mark Nicdao, with the background of the ruins at Thurlby Domain.
Using only his smartphone, photographer BJ Pascual was able to capture this sweet moment between Anne and Erwan as they arrived at their wedding reception venue in Walter Peak High Country Farm.
The photo of Anne and Erwan’s first kiss as a married couple was incredibly taken by their official wedding photographer, Pat Dy. It is such a classic photograph that best highlights the couple’s love for each other.
There is too much beauty in this photo. Shot by husband and wife photography duo Jim & Vicky Pollard, who typically does shoots in New Zealand, it showcases the marvellous setting while allowing the couple to shine dramatically.
As of this writing, this photo Instagrammed by Anne already has close to 600,000 likes and 6,000+ comments. She captioned this with, “Grateful. Only God could have given us the most magical weekend of our lives… Eternally thankful to Him for giving me the most amazing human being to stand next to... taking in all of the beauty life and love has to offer..” Magical, indeed. This was also taken by Jim & Vicky Pollard.
Photos from @markednicdao, @bjpascual, @patdy11, @erwan, @annecurtissmith