Make Your Dream Wedding A Reality
When it comes to weddings, Cowra Hire have everything you need to organise your special day with ease. They have the right equipment to help you pull off the perfect event with everything from cutlery, linen and glasses to marquees, a cool room, dance floors and a jukebox. The list goes on.
Charlie has been in the business for 30 years so has plenty of experience in organising everything you need and making your dream a reality. As well as having an extensive range on offer, the team at Cowra Hire will deliver your equipment as well as assemble and dissemble your marquee to save you the stress and hassle, and allow you to enjoy your special day to the fullest.
Visit the store at 76 Redfern Street, Cowra or their website www.cowrahire.com.au or give Charlie and the team a call on 6342 3498 to see the fantastic range they have available for hire.
Fresh Pickings at Native Botanical
Following in the footsteps of her mother Marie, Steph Cooke has taken her passion for fresh flowers to become the Central West region’s most stylistic florist. What began with just Steph and her Mum in 2008 working from a studio in Temora, has now grown in to three gorgeous studios with a talented team all working together to bring their clients beautiful floral artistry. The three stores are located in Temora, Cootamundra and Young.
“My vision has been brought to life through our gorgeous studios,” Steph says. “Every day we find ourselves surrounded by over 100 varieties of the most beautiful, fresh flowers and foliage from Australian growers as passionate as we are about creating beautiful, long lasting designs.”
Native Botanical has beautiful arrangements to choose from, especially when it comes to weddings. They have a massive range of bouquets specifically dedicated to weddings. By supplying a stunning range of flowers, those who are looking for something different will also be satisfied by what Native Botanical has to offer. To see the latest designs and creations, follow Native Botanical on Facebook.
By Debra Clarke