Wedding Givers – great concept

Press Release from Mystery Creek Events Centre

Happy couple keen to gift their wedding to deserving pair

Hamiltonians, Gene and Kim, want to share their wedding experience with a deserving couple to take place the day after their own wedding on Sunday 28 February, 2010 at Mystery Creek Events Centre, Hamilton. The soon to be wed pair feel privileged to be able to afford their own wedding in this difficult climate and empathise with couples who are unable to realise their own dream of a wedding. Therefore, with the generous support of a variety of sponsors, Gene and Kim would like to gift a duplicate of their wedding to a worthy committed couple.

To be considered as the ‘Wedding Givers’ recipient, potential applicants must be eligible to marry and be experiencing financial hardship which has made the dream of a wedding an impossible expense. Their financial difficulty could be caused by many reasons, some of which include; a casualty of the recession resulting in redundancy or business loss, serious health issues concerning their partner/child or any other difficult circumstance beyond their control.

The selected couple will receive a wedding on a similar scale to Gene and Kim’s, on Sunday 28 February, 2010. The ceremony and reception will be held at Mystery Creek Events Centre at the Heritage Village and the Bledisloe venues.

Interested couples can either enter themselves or be nominated by family or friends through applying online, before February 10, 2010, with a description as to why the couple truly deserves the gift of a wedding. Submissions and conditions of entry can be sourced at <> .

Through the generosity of sponsors, all major aspects of the wedding have been covered. Kim has even offered to lend the winning bride her own wedding dress. This promotion could not be possible without the help of the following sponsors; Radio station ZM, Mystery Creek Events Centre, Super Liquor Te Rapa, Kiwi King Spit Roast Company, Zibido Hair, Gem’s Gems, Five Cross Roads Cake Kitchen and Anne Purnell of the Celebrants Association of New Zealand.


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