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April 2020 – Monthly Favourites

Here’s some of my favourite things from the last month… a couple of helpful wedding resources, foodie and business love and a longtime fave podcast.

  • WEDDING SERVICE// The Curator.
    The Curator is an amazing wedding planning tool and resource. As it says on their site:

    “The Curator helps you discover unique, high-quality wedding vendors, keep track of your budget, handle your guest list, and manage your (slightly longer than expected) list of things to do.”

    I’m a sucker for a well-designed website, and they have lots of helpful blog posts too, make sure you check it out!
  • PLANTS// The Green Room.
    Ok, this is such a dreamy business and a perfect resource for weddings or events! The Green Room is a boutique plant hire service with a range of incredible plants. The desert collection, and the tropics collection… ahhh in love!
  • FOOD/ The Saa_Rah Project.
    It’s always good to have some foodie inspiration, especially in this lockdown season. My gorgeous friend Sarah is a foodie queen, a content creator, recipe maker, food photographer… check out some delicious recipes on her site if you need some ideas in the kitchen.
  • SUPPORT LOCAL// Loving Local.
    I love all the initiatives popping up lately to support local, kiwi businesses. We seriously have some incredible makers and entrepreneurs in NZ, I’m so proud of us! This is a great curation of businesses you can support and the perfect place for gift ideas too!
  • PODCAST// The KIC Pod.
    The Keep it Cleaner podcast is one of my faves. I’m sure many of you follow Steph and Laura or maybe even have the KIC app. I love these sorts of conversational/interview podcasts with inspiring business owners, influencers, wellbeing experts, and professionals. Definitely worth a listen!

I hope you enjoyed these April faves. Let me know if you discovered anything new! Talk soon lovers xx

Here’s some of my favourite things from the last month… a couple of helpful wedding resources, foodie and business love and a longtime fave podcast.

  • WEDDING SERVICE// The Curator.
    The Curator is an amazing wedding planning tool and resource. As it says on their site:

    “The Curator helps you discover unique, high-quality wedding vendors, keep track of your budget, handle your guest list, and manage your (slightly longer than expected) list of things to do.”

    I’m a sucker for a well-designed website, and they have lots of helpful blog posts too, make sure you check it out!
  • PLANTS// The Green Room.
    Ok, this is such a dreamy business and a perfect resource for weddings or events! The Green Room is a boutique plant hire service with a range of incredible plants. The desert collection, and the tropics collection… ahhh in love!
  • FOOD/ The Saa_Rah Project.
    It’s always good to have some foodie inspiration, especially in this lockdown season. My gorgeous friend Sarah is a foodie queen, a content creator, recipe maker, food photographer… check out some delicious recipes on her site if you need some ideas in the kitchen.
  • SUPPORT LOCAL// Loving Local.
    I love all the initiatives popping up lately to support local, kiwi businesses. We seriously have some incredible makers and entrepreneurs in NZ, I’m so proud of us! This is a great curation of businesses you can support and the perfect place for gift ideas too!
  • PODCAST// The KIC Pod.
    The Keep it Cleaner podcast is one of my faves. I’m sure many of you follow Steph and Laura or maybe even have the KIC app. I love these sorts of conversational/interview podcasts with inspiring business owners, influencers, wellbeing experts, and professionals. Definitely worth a listen!

I hope you enjoyed these April faves. Let me know if you discovered anything new! Talk soon lovers xx

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