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Romance Blooms for Charity at Garden City Resort

Romance Blooms for Charity at Garden City Resort

Married couples looking for a fun and unique way to give back to the Christchurch community can renew their vows at one of Canterbury’s premium resorts at the end of this month.

Peppers Clearwater Resort is offering couples an irresistible opportunity to relive the happiest day of their lives for just $50 with $30 of the proceeds going to the Christchurch Red Cross Relief Fund.

Led by Canterbury’s popular wedding celebrant Julie Lassen, loved-up couples will share in this exclusive and memorable occasion held in the resort’s stunning Kaikanui Room overlooking the Clearwater lakes.

On the day, each couple will receive a glass of champagne on arrival and after the ceremony a rose and a photograph as a memento of the day. Following the ceremony couples will enjoy a stunning group reception where they will be served wedding cake and canapes.

Peppers Clearwater Resort offers the ideal setting for fun and romance. Set in one of the South Island’s most picturesque locations, Peppers Clearwater Resort is a stunning and unique wedding venue.

This stylish resort boasts elegant accommodation, fine dining and top facilities in a breathtaking environment along with an enthusiastic team that will ensure that the day is truly memorable.

Every couple that participates in the ceremony also goes into the draw for a complimentary nights’ accommodation in a Lakefront suite including breakfast and a bottle of bubbles.

For couples wanting to give back to their community in a fun and special way, Peppers Clearwater Resort will be holding this group renewal celebration on Sunday 28 August.


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