Tell us a little about yourselves, what you do, what you love, what is unique about you and your relationship:
Justin and I first met 10 years ago at a typical “after work” drinks venue in Brisbane. After a little cat and mouse, we went on our first date and it was all over from there.Read More
Tell us about ‘Heritage Wedding Venues’ and where they are situated?
Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga lists many historic properties throughout the country. However, it is not common knowledge that we have a portfolio of properties we care for ourselves. Some of which also operate as breath-taking wedding venues.
Old St Paul’s is located in the heart of Wellington city, in the leafy suburb of Thorndon, only a short stroll to the CBD.
Both Alberton and Highwic are easily accessible and situated on the fringe of Auckland in the suburbs of Mt Albert and Newmarket.
Although well-known both to locals and visitors to New Zealand’s South Island for its luxuriousness, Sherwood Queenstown is still a humble place. It has quietly been making its mark since opening two years ago, building an impeccable reputation for having a beautiful ethos in the way it’s run and as a unique place to visit. The rooms, the staff, the opportunities it offers guests to connect with nature and, not least, its food, make it everything you need for an authentic and comforting escape. Photography (above)—Bayly & Moore baylymoore.comRead More
Tell us about Punawaitai Station and where you are situated?
Punawaitai Station is a coastal hill country farm, we are a private secluded out of the way place where you can create your dream wedding, big or small, providing every amenity available; beach front accommodation for all your family and guests, experienced international chefs, caterers, marquees, tepees and floral designers, wedding/event planners, photographers, all within an hour or less of our venues. Punawaitai means “Salt Water Spring”, this bubbles out of the ground further up the valley and then meanders back down through our gardens to the sea.