BRID­GETTE’S TIPS FOR HOST­ING A WED­DING

NZ Life & Leisure - - That’s The Spirit -

The suc­cess is in the de­tail. Every as­pect has to be thought through. Try not to say “no” to any­thing. It’s their spe­cial day. We once had a Fer­ris wheel on site. Mit­i­gate against any­thing that

could go wrong. If there is a power cut, I have a gen­er­a­tor on hand. Fire­works are won­der­ful, but in sum­mer on a farm, it’s too risky. Fly­ing lanterns look beau­ti­ful, but if they all end up on your neigh­bour’s prop­erty, you need to re-think.

Most mem­o­rable wed­ding. A bride who was a won­der­ful singer ar­ranged to have a white grand piano near where they took their vows. Af­ter she walked down the aisle, she played the love song A

Thou­sand Years. It was amaz­ing. I still have it on my phone. red­barn.co.nz

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