Franklin Bride of the Year

The Post Newspaper is proud to present this year’s contestants for Franklin Bride of the Year.
To be held at the Pukekohe Indian Association Hall on Friday 1 September, the local brides will be judged on a number of categories, including personality, photography, best gown, deportment, people’s choice and bride’s choice.
To commemorate the tenth anniversary, a special category has been created for brides who have been married in the last ten years. Even if you entered in the year of your marriage, you can dust off your gown, ‘glam’ up and enter again.
The event has been running for over 40 years and this will be the tenth year the Designer Flowers team has organised it. The proceeds from the charity fundraiser this year will be going to Surf Lifesaving Kariaotahi and Bellyful.
Tickets are for sale now at Designer Flowers NZ 38 King Street, Pukekohe. It promises to be a fun night out, with awesome prizes up for grabs, and supper being  generously sponsored by LaValla. Phone 09 238 2235 for more information.

The Post Newspaper is proud to present this year's contestants for Franklin Bride of the Year to be held at the Pukekohe…

Posted by The Post Newspaper on Tuesday, August 29, 2017

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