Bridgid and Mark

Remember those blustery days in early January? Bridgid and Mark had to fight those elements on their wedding day but it didn't manage to dampen their spirits.

Less than a week into the new year and the wild was howling and the rain was coming in sideways but Bridgid, being the darling that she was, still had a huge smile across her face. We delivered her bouquets first, she came bounding to the door, full of excited energy and her eyes lit up (best authentic response ever). All wildflowers, dahlias and pops of bright against tones of treacle, butter and sand.

From there, we set up her florals at Orakei Bay...lush, trailing garlands, wild archways and petite vases of flowers dotted around the venue.

There were momentary gaps in the rain which made for beautiful outdoor photos, a moody sky against the brightest of smiles.

Bridgid and Mark, you were such a treat to work with, you let us unleash our creativity and make something amazing...we wish you both all the happiness in the world xxx

Photography: Kimberly Elizabeth

Dress: Anna Schimmel

Hair: Beauty on Demand

Make up: Rouge and Scout

Suit: Crane Brothers

 

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Jo and Geoff // colour pop wedding

Each wedding is different, special in its own way but this one was particularly bright, bold and fun.

I met with Jo and that's exactly what she wanted, all of the above. And we delivered of course.

Her bouquets were wild with pops of candy pink dahlias, roses, lisianthus, riceflower and eucalyptus, bound with silk ribbon. The groomsmen, simple yet bright with a single rose, gumnuts and eucalyptus, bound with ivory ribbon and the tables were just as bold as the bouquets. The stunner was the garland for the mantlepiece at Mantells, the bright flowers sitting pretty against the concrete backdrop.

Hair by Boutique Bride

Make up by Kimberly Hill

Photos by Gemma Flay Photography ~ Captured at The Auckland Museum, Winter Gardens and Mantells Mt Eden.

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Trouble Marries Fox

Sometimes you get to work with an amazing bride and groom, creating incredible florals and contributing to their special day but then SOMETIMES, that bride and groom happen to be two very lovely friends who you've known for yonks.

Libby and Craig met in the States doing a snowboard season before coming to Nelson in 2010 and setting up two rad as retail businesses, and Trouble and Fox and Sidecar. Craig finally put a ring on it in April 2016 and Libby became Mrs Fox.

Nelson's Boatshed was transformed into a bright and beautiful Mexican Fiesta, complete with piñata and make-em-yourself tacos.

Scroll through the pics and be inspired...Shout out to Sarah Ryland Photography for the snaps.

Thanks for having me guys, much love.

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