Franklin Wedding expo a highlight



The Franklin Wedding Expo was a hit for brides and grooms to be over the weekend. 
On Sunday 30 April, the Wedding Expo, held at Pukekohe Park saw people lining up waiting for doors to open. 
Organiser Fleur Johnston says the goodie bags for the first 200 guests were gone within the first hour. 
The expo even saw people travel out from as far as West Auckland to see what exhibitors had on display and to get some inspiration for their own big day. 
Stall holders said the event was great, with plenty of people interested in what was on offer. 
From celebrants, to flowers, cakes to decorations and a high-tea to rest your feet, the expo was well received by all involved. 
Celebrant Vicki Woodley 
Rhian Wright and Ben Paul from Wrights Jewellers, Pukekohe. 
Designer Flowers had plenty of bright colours and sweet smelling flowers at their stall.
Kristina Salmon, Anne Pointon and Fleur Johnston from Pukekohe Park who hosted the event, and are also available as a wedding venue. 
The ladies from Pure Indulgence
It was a different type of wedding. This bride and her spartan had a quick photoshoot under the trees. 
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