Flowers are one of the most visual aspects of the wedding day.
- While some brides have known exactly the style of gown they will wear on their wedding day ever since pre-school days, others remain uncertain - almost to the wire.
- Otago just about has the lot when it comes to type, style and size of venue for wedding receptions.
- There's a wedding venue in southern New Zealand to suit every style of wedding reception.
- Most people do not have a massive silk-lined marquee stored in their back shed. Nor is it likely they have enough table linen and silver cutlery for 120 people.
- Otago's range of wedding venues is as diverse as any in the world, running the gamut in settings and sizes to meet the requirements of receptions from the simple to the extravagant.
- When choosing the perfect wedding venue there are several things that need to be taken into account, including the style of wedding, number of guests, catering requirements and budget. The most difficult part of organising your wedding in Otago will be deciding where it’s to be held, as there are so many fantastic locations.
- New Zealand brides are lucky enough to be spoilt for choice when it comes to suitable wedding locations. Seaside, lakeside, urban, country, historic or winery − whatever your desire, an option is available.
- Couples wish for their wedding to be a very special occasion, one they will want to remember. It's a chance to celebrate their relationship supported by friends and family. However, getting to the altar happily depends on co-operation between the couple and both families.
- The Particulars of Marriage certificate is accepted only as legal and valid documentation while residing in New Zealand. New Zealand couples who intend to travel or live overseas and couples who reside outside New Zealand after they are married, need to obtain an official Marriage Certificate (BDM 93M) which is stamped by the registrar general of New Zealand.