Invercargill // Hawthorne Gardens + Workingmen's Club Wedding

Chris & Christina’s Hawthorne Gardens wedding!


Chris & the guys all got ready together with and enjoyed a fun morning with his nephews getting all dressed up too.


Christina & her crew also had a super relaxed morning, popping bubbly and just enjoying each other’s company. Christina had the most beautiful little details with lots of heirloom brooches, a lucky rabbits foot and beautiful bright heels!


Her Mum made the bridesmaids dresses & did all of the alterations to Christina’s gown. It was a nice moment with Mum lacing her into her gown before doing a first look with Dad & Grandpa.


They were married in the rose garden at the Hawthorne Gardens. There were so many pretty details scattered around the area. Chris had the biggest grin on his face when he saw Christina walking down the aisle. They had a beautiful ceremony and walked out to a shower of rose petals!


After drinks and snacks at the gardens the whole bridal party headed out to Sandy Point to get some photos in the forest.


They brought the 3 vintage cars out too, which looked really good again the green pines! It was a really fun group and they had some good laughs together.


The reception was set up in an enchanted woodland theme with hoops of greenery hanging from the ceiling, stumps and wooden decorations, seeds as guests favours and Pauline had made every guest an embroidered napkin with their initials & wedding date!


They had some great speeches, the shoe game and a slow dance to kick off the evening. It was the most perfect day for the pair and I was so stoked to have been a part of it!


Congratulations Mr & Mrs Campbell! 🥂


Hair: Helena Hair

Make Up: Merin Williams MUA

Gown: Brides by Donna Rae

Bridesmaids Dresses: Pauline Stenning

Suit: McKnight & Brown

Florals: Debz Dezigns

Ceremony: Hawthorne Gardens

Celebrant: Sharyn Payne

Reception: Workingmen’s Club

Cake: Cakes by Eli

Band: DJ Johnny
















 

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