Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone all over the world who have been affected by the Coronavirus, especially soon-to-be Brides & Grooms who hold a special place in our hearts, that have directly been affected in regards to their dream wedding experiences.
A moment in time that is supposed to be special, joyous and stress-free, has now become inundated with disappointment, heartache, unnecessary stress, postponements, and cancellations. We are sorry that this has had to be apart of your story. Sending love and light to you at this time.
Thus far, only two of our clients have had to postpone their wedding, due to guest travel complications/restrictions, they are handling things gracefully and as best as they can under the circumstances. To our other clients, rest assured, everything is going to be alright. We are here for you, and we will be prepared for your upcoming nuptials, even if it means we now have to operate within new frameworks.
To all the suppliers in the wedding, events and travel industries going to the ends of the earth for their customers; we salute you, for your compassion, empathy, and helpfulness in these uncertain times. Do not worry, kindness always comes back.
Our message to soon-to-be Brides & Grooms, keep your head up! Never let a bad situation bring out the worst in you, be strong and choose to be positive, there is always a silver lining to every series of unfortunate events. It may be stormy now, but it cannot rain forever.
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Thinking about writing your own wedding vows? It's a tremendous undertaking, as you sit down and attempt to sum up all your love, dreams, and promises to your partner in a few short minutes. Overwhelming as it can be, it's well worth it: It's a chance to tell your story, give guests a peek into what makes your relationship tick and to share meaningful, sweet words with the person you love.
There’s just something special about an elopement wedding. It’s just you two. Both of you together against the world, it’s a really sweet sight to see as a wedding planner!
By law, in New Zealand, you need to have an official celebrant and two witnesses to sign your marriage certificate. And since this is one of those moments where “you had to be there” we highly recommend you invest in contracting a wedding videographer and photographer too! You won’t regret it, they’ll capture memories for you that will last forever.