7 Aug | Kim Houston | No Comments

Luxurious, Intimate Destination Queenstown Wedding: Anna & Jon

The intimate destination wedding ceremony for 60 close family and friends was held at remote Moke Lake in Queenstown, where a stunning custom made mirrored archway with a silk floral canopy stood beautifully framing the stunning location. Acrylic ghost chairs, mirrored plinths and an abundance of decadent fresh aisle florals completed the luxury set up. ...
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27 Apr | Kim Houston | No Comments

Urban Love – Styled Wedding Shoot

Bright & Bold Urban Styled Wedding (as featured in the latest Bride & Groom magazine) This bold urban wedding style is as modern as it gets! A contemporary urban venue made of glass served as the perfect canvas for a beautifully colourful celebration. Under blue skies and surrounded by gorgeous greenery, our happy young couple ...
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6 Apr | Kim Houston | No Comments

Indian + Kiwi colourful fusion wedding: Aditi & Tim

Indian and Kiwi cultures come together in a beautiful way at this stunning vineyard wedding!  The warm days of summer may be gone, but we have Aditi & Tim’s gorgeous wedding at Ascension Vineyard Estate to bring some sunshine and smiles back into our lives today. From the blush and white colour palette of the Western …

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21 Jun | Kim Houston | No Comments

Wedding signs?

Signs have recently become quite the common sight at weddings and events. Not only can you tie them in with the styling and décor, but they also serve a greater purpose in steering guests in the right direction. Whether its guiding to the ceremony location, the bar, lawn games, location of their seats, or even …

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23 May | Kim Houston | No Comments

To Veil or not to Veil?

A veil is the ultimate bridal accessory and can be the perfect addition to show off a fabulous wedding gown. How gorgeous was that moment when Prince Harry lifted Meghans veil and gazed adoringly at her! Such a precious moment between the two of them. I may or may not have shed a few happy …

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10 Mar | Kim Houston | No Comments

Love in Bloom

Asad & Rabia’s ‘love in bloom’ wedding inspired by their love of ‘Cherry Blossom’s and as featured in wedding of the week http://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/weddings/weddings-of-the-week/99582231/Wedding-of-the-week-Asad-and-Rabia To honour and acknowledge family members this lovely young couple thought that this theme of ‘Love in Bloom’ – the cherry blossom, Japan and a very multi-cultural group of friends – was …

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26 Feb | Kim Houston | No Comments

Wedding Stationery Suites

Wedding Stationery Suites Save the dates, invitations, wedding website, menus, signage, place cards, seating plan, favour tags, thank you cards, labels……  SO many things to think about when looking at your wedding stationery. As planners, we love to have a cohesive look across your entire stationery suite.  You should have an idea of the type …

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26 Sep | Kim Houston | No Comments

Tent, Marquee, Teepee, Sperry or Stretch Tent?

We are very spoilt for choice in New Zealand for tent suppliers. If your looking for shelter from sun and/or rain, or simply want a unique wedding venue, tents can certainly make a beautiful and atmospheric statement on your big day. You may picture a festival theme, elegant affair, casual garden, farm, or orchard wedding. …

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24 Aug | Kim Houston | No Comments

Making the cut! How to whittle down your guest list.

  It’s always a hard one when planning who to invite to your big day. Let’s face it, weddings are expensive and the more guests you invite, the bigger the bill will be. Starting out life as a newly married couple doesn’t have to result in getting a 2nd mortgage. Here’s some tips from the …

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14 Aug | Kim Houston | No Comments

Man of Honour, Best Woman, Bridesman?

More recently, couples are more likely to have a bridal party attendant of a different gender stand on their side of the altar for their wedding. The terms “maid of honour”, “best man”, “bridesmaid” and “groomsman” have been around for a long time, but there’s definitely no written rule saying that you have to separate …

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