Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Fabulous flowers

Whenever I'm on pinterest, I'm always finding STUNNING bouquets... am slightly obsessed with them.  So I thought I'd put together all my favourites and share them with you!  I've noticed that the peony seems to a common theme...  oh how I do love them... x

Monday, August 26, 2013

Let them eat cake

I absolutely LOVED choosing my wedding cake - we had such a great time and I still love looking back at the photos of it.  If you're looking for ideas and inspiration, have a look at all the gorgeous cakes we have across on pinterest.  

Here are a few of my all time favourites to share with you today... Enjoy!

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Three things we ♡ today.

Hello there everyone!  Here are out three things we ♡ today.  No need for any explanation... just love these images. End of story x

Monday, August 19, 2013

Something Blue

Do people still like to have 'something blue' on their wedding day?  I know I did... a sapphire necklace... which were actually borrowed from my mother... and was very old (was my Grandmother's).  So I guess I managed to tick all off the 'old, borrowed, blue' thing with one necklace!

Either way, I'm just loving these soft blues below... especially the cute shoes! x

Friday, July 12, 2013

Three things we ♡ today.

Random pictures I know... could be wedding related but equally don't have to be...but I'm just in love with these 3 images.  Especially the hot pink lipstick.  Love it.  x

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

A little touch of winter

Good morning all... so, is it chilly where you are?  Winter sure is here!

We're always posting a lot of coloured inspiration boards, but today we thought we'd go with a good old fashioned black and white winter inspired board.

I'm secretly in love with the capelet.  I bought a few when I lived over in London and saved them for special occasions...  I always thought they made you feel quite glamorous! Lucy x

Monday, July 8, 2013

A very special venue

So in January this year it was a very exciting time for us Berries! As one of us was getting married. (and one was a bridesmaid and the other one was the MC!) Looking back it seems a bit crazy for someone who works in the wedding industry to get married in the middle of wedding season... but who doesn't like a bit of added pressure!

It was a strange feeling to become a 'bride' after being a 'supplier' for so long. But going through the process has given me a new appreciation for all our clients. It can be hard work!

I was lucky to know a lot of people in the industry so I knew exactly who I wanted to use. We had the wedding in Wellington, NZ and wanted to use all local suppliers - there is so much talent here in Wellington!

 The first thing we booked was the easiest decision of all. It was the only place we looked at and the only place we wanted. The Tea Gardens in the Old Museum, Massey University. There is something special about that place, it is so beautiful and light. Not only had I gone to University there but I remember the place when it actually was our National Museum walking round there on wet Sunday afternoons with Grandparents.

There are so many great spots for photo opportunities at the Tea Gardens and surrounding grounds. We did some photos before the ceremony and after. 

One of the many great things about the Tea Gardens, is that is like a blank canvas. You can either do very little dressing to it, as the place is so beautiful as it is, or really draw on its 1930s heritage and use that as a starting point for more of a theme. 

The staff members at the venue were so helpful and really helped me out when I had to do a little 'date reshuffling' and the duty manager they had on the day was nothing short of amazing! They were so accommodating when I wanted to come back for a second look and helped out with all lighting and staging questions.  So all you brides to be looking for a venue in Wellington go and check it out - you won't be disappointed! 

We thought you might enjoy a selection of photos ( taken by the AMAZING Candy Capco) from the special day and have a little look at what a wedding of someone who works in the industry looks like.  Enjoy!

Charlotte x

The save the dates ( designed by Cocoa Berry - funnily enough!) the envelopes were lined with a photo of us at primary school. Same class! 

The invitations were letter pressed. Simple design with one of my favorite typefaces! 

THE shoes (arrived from the States the morning of the wedding!)  And RSVP cards, so much fun getting back in the mail. Highly recommend!

The flowers were one of my most favorite things. All thanks to the amazing team at The Picadilly Flower Company

We went for a 'first look' such a special moment. Everyone should do it! Taken in the Grand Hall of the Old Museum. 

We had the reception at the Old Museum too. So perfect and you get great shots like this! The stairs are just stunning.

One of my most favorite things we did! This dessert table. Jody from The Couture Candy Buffet is some kind of genius not to mention one of the coolest people ever.

This is why we chose this venue! The reception in the Tea Gardens, those beautiful windows are just something else. All table set up done by the amazing Sarah Searancke Catering. Not to mention their stunning food!

The gorgeous ombre ruffle cake by the very talented Decorada 

Friday, June 28, 2013

Put a ring on it.

Bling bling bling bling bling. 

Need I say more?   Hmmmm, so many delicious rings to choose from... which is your favourite?

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Inspiration board - Oodles of Orange

I love a little bit of orange... have found myself buying a few orange accessories recently... scarves and earrings mainly... just gives that splash of colour to a winters outfit.   So I thought I'd do an orange inspiration board today.  

Such a lovely colour to incorporate into your wedding.   So much can be done with it.. 

I am in love with that ring.  Simply stunning.   And what a cute idea to have little cupcake bags for your guests... very sweet.  Literally.  xox

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Let there be light

We often get people asking about printing the colour silver (or gold).  We use a printing technique called 'foiling' to get that beautiful shiny silver look.  It really makes wedding stationery stand out and of course makes for such a great colour scheme. 

Here are few photos that were in the NZ Weddings Magazine in a piece called 'Let there be light'

Photos by Amanda Amundsen
Styling by Blush 


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