Ros­alyn & Paul

Bride & Groom - - CONTENTS -

Shar­ing a love for the ocean and sail­ing, Ros­alyn and Paul wanted to be mar­ried with a nod to the beach. Ros­alyn tells us more about their gor­geous wed­ding…

All the lit­tle de­tails of our day were per­sonal and fit­ted into a re­laxed, nau­ti­cal theme. Our brides­maids wore navy dresses and I wore blue wedges. My flow­ers in­cor­po­rated beau­ti­ful blues and creamy whites, and our cake was a boat sail­ing amongst the waves. The boys wore jan­dals with their suits, and Paul and his groomsmen made an in­cred­i­ble wed­ding arch from drift­wood.

Our cer­e­mony spot over­looked the wa­ters of Nar­row­neck Beach where our love had blos­somed more than 10 years ear­lier. Our re­cep­tion was held at a lo­cal boat club, pro­vid­ing the per­fect fun feel for our evening en­ter­tain­ment, which in­cluded a de­li­cious bar­be­cue meal and a live band play­ing our favourite rock songs.

Our guests thor­oughly en­joyed the won­der­ful day and com­mented on how it was such an ac­cu­rate re­flec­tion of us as a cou­ple. There isn’t one thing we would change – it was the best day ever.

Pho­tos by Kate Wark Bride’s gown: Felic­ity’s Bridal. Cel­e­brant: RSVP Spe­cial Events-Anne Holman. Trans­port: Kom­bined Ex­pe­ri­ence Oth­ers that made their wed­ding spe­cial: For­ever New, Ruby, Tommy Gun, Taka­puna Boat­ing Club,

Blos­som Wed­ding Flow­ers, Sugar Mama, Lyvie King, Casa Makeup & Hair

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