With such a wide range of bridal accessories available these days it can be fun but super confusing when it comes to finishing your bridal look. If you’re unsure of what to get it can end up being a total money pit purchasing ‘all’ the accessories, only to add them to the maybe pile and then in the end quite possibly not use any of them at all. With so much to choose from, when has it gone from perfect to over the top? Luckily for you Paula from The Style Federation is here to point us all in the right direction when it comes to less is more or more is less?
Put together by a little team of Waikato wedding creatives and captured beautifully by Emma at Sweet Events Photography, there are so many details to swoon over in this styled inspiration shoot, set locally in the Matamata countryside with the Mount Te Aroha mountain range behind.
Your engaged - yay! And now you are probably thinking where do you start… lucky for you, Kelly Bowell Wedding Stationery Designer at Creative Box can offer you are some helpful pointers towards creating your wedding invitations and where to begin when thinking about what design or look you want for your wedding day stationery.
With the aim of showing off our creative skills and having a bit of fun together before the wedding season starts, a small but mighty creative group of wedding vendors put together a styled shoot as a visual feast for your eyes.
The theme? A little bit chic, a little bit industrial and a whole lot of inspiration!
The morning of a bride’s wedding is an excitable one, not only for the bride herself, but for all the wedding vendors involved in it. Cherie B Hair and Makeup Artist gives us some insight from 'behind the brush'.
Outdoor weddings in New Zealand are extremely prominent and with good reason. Just look at the stunning scenery we have on offer! At TopKata, we love working with you to showcase your space and the backdrop, so here’s our 8 tips to consider for your outdoor wedding.
As a wedding photographer I have lost count of the number of times a bridal party member has asked me “what’s next and when do we need to be there?”. And because your photographer is the person that is there with you recording the details of your wedding for the whole day, more often than not we end up being informal timekeepers! In this post I’ll give you some great tips to help you plan a wedding day timeline that will keep you cool calm and collected and ensure you get the most out of the time with your guests, bridal party and your beau.
It’s not easy to declare your love publicly, and on such an emotionally-charged day as your wedding day. So here are some tips and ideas from Lynley Keightley, a registered independent marriage celebrant here in the Waikato, that might make the process of selecting and speaking your vows a little easier.
When couples think of weddings, food is not the first thing to spring to mind, yet it plays a huge part in the day. And where do you even start?? What do other people do? What do you want to do? Here's a bit of a breakdown, 'Food for thought' if you will, on where to start, things to think about and great ways to cater your day in style.
As wedding trends continue to evolve, develop and change, it can be a scary and daunting world out there for engaged couples! The inspiration and information can be overwhelming and sometimes you don’t even know where to start and how to build on ideas. Here at The Styled Table we have selected our top 5 favourite pieces and included some Pinspiration images to get your creative minds working and excited about what your dream day could look like.
You spend more time with your wedding photographer than with anyone else on your wedding day, (including your fiancé!) So building a rapport with your Wedding photographer is an important contributor to ensure you get relaxed, natural Wedding photos.