At the end of July we held our Assemble event at Basestation’s basement space on Durham St, in central Tauranga. After a hugely successful event in Auckland earlier in the year, we decided to do it all again – in Tauranga.Read More
It’s getting to that reflective time of year, so we thought we’d share some of our highlights of 2018. It’s been a big year for On My Hand, with lots of opportunities to push ourselves, grow and create lots of beautiful work at the same time.
Ashley and Neil’s wedding took place at Poronui Station, a charming, wild setting on the outskirts of Taupo. Ashley and Neil’s wedding gave me the most incredible opportunity to forage from the wilderness that surrounds the area to accompany their muted florals. I absolutely loved how cohesive the flowers were with the venue, working with the environment and not taking the focus away from it.
Zowie and Sean tied the knot on the hillside of Eagle Ridge. The floral ceremony arch was in perfect company with a picturesque backdrop of blue sky and green rolling hills, along with Zowie and Sean’s family and friends.
Ayla and Hayley’s day was one to remember. The day was spent with their closest friends and family and no shortage of meaningful detail. The ceremony took place down Blossom Lane in Ataahua and both their dogs joined in on the outdoor celebrations. Ayla and Hayley’s wedding day was a true reflection of their personalities, fun and relaxed.
Carly & Luke’s early January wedding was held within the wild spirited gardens of Old Forest School. This wedding was something a little different for On My Hand, playing with a more classic brief than usual and we loved doing something a little out of the ordinary for us. Carly was a gorgeous, relaxed bride and flexible with the type of flowers used. She put all her trust in us to make something stunning for their special day.