A couple of years back I remember meeting the closest thing to a real life Mickey and Mini – A Christchurch Bar and a few too many fantas, I couldn’t help but be drawn into the unique display of admiration they had for one another as I watched in awe I dreamed of one day I may have the same! Little did any of us know back then id be shooting their special day.
Dolce Wedding Photography is proud to be involved with this years Canterbury Bride of the Year!
We would like to invite all of our brides and posse’s from the past two years to dust off that dress, and strut your stuff on the 15th July at Addington Raceway to win a great range of amazing prizes and also to support a great Charity.
Canterbury Bride of The Year is extremely fortunate to have industry leaders supporting the event and supplying some wonderful prizes in support of the event and the ‘Bowel & Liver Trust’.
In support of the ‘Bowel & Liver Trust’ you will have the opportunity to purchase mystery envelopes at the event. Audience and entrants can purchase a $20 mystery envelope. All mystery envelopes will include prizes well in excess of their $20 value with some lucky recipients gaining envelopes of great value. All proceeds will go to the ‘Bowel & Liver Trust
Audience spot prizes will be given out over the course of the evening. These will be given out to the general audience and also to newly engaged couples. Watch our Facebook page as we detail prizes over the forth coming weeks.
The event has chosen the Bowel & Liver Trust as their chosen charity to support for 2017.
“Thats a Wrap” Dolce Wedding Photography’s last wedding of the season.
When you think of the number 18 there are many things that spring to mind….
Louisiana became the 18th state of the United States in 1812. The American actress, Grace Kelly (1929-1982) was officially married to Prince Rainier III of Monaco. There are 18 letters in the Scottish Gaelic alphabet. Argon has the atomic number 18.