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Welcome to TZ Wedding Films, Manawatu boutique wedding videography service

Welcome to TZ Wedding Films

Welcome to TZ Wedding Films, a boutique wedding videography studio based in Palmerston North. We love, no no, super duper love, making emotional and moving wedding films for our clients. Wedding days are full of happiness, love, not to mention tears and laughters, and more importantly, the carefully chosen words to mark such a special day. It is always so much fun to bring all these elements together to tell the love stories of our clients, which are all different in their own unique ways.

We can sit here and bore you with all the technical details about equipment, software etc. Instead, we invite you to view some of our films below, as well as check out our latest wedding films here and the beautiful testimonials from around the world. If you would like to find out more about our services, please visit our wedding videography prices for more information.

We hope you enjoy our films and we hope to have the chance to share our love for wedding films with you over a cup of coffee or phone call. HOOPLA

Talk about a fun wedding affair. The whole day was just filled with love and laughter, not just from Hayden and Shauna, but from everyone involved, and we were so lucky to be a part of this and capture this Manawatu wedding video. Enjoy....

Emily and Mark Highlight Wedding Video

This beautiful Taranaki wedding highlight video with Emily and Mark was just amazing in every way, from his family farm, to the stunning wedding dress, and just the whole atmosphere of a true kiwi style wedding day. The rain did not dampen the mood in anyway, with everyone laughing and cheering, Farm weddings are just the best.

“Agree with all the above Binh is an absolute Master at what he does, mind blowing!”

“Totally Beautiful Many tears”

“OMG Lisa. I agree with everyone else it made me get goosebumps and teary eyed!! Such an amazing job with the videography”

Queenstown wedding photography of Mike and Katie on Roy Peak next to Glendhu Station

Awkward but social