Wah Lee’s is an Asian based emporium that stock all things oriental including mysterious spices, Chinese cookware and Japanese goods. However they also stock a fantastic range of paper lanterns, japanese papers, paper blinds, silks and fabrics. Paper lanterns and parasols are great ‘room fillers’ and set a unique tone for any gathering. Wah Lee’s […]
RECOMMENDATION #4: ‘KWIK-N-EZY’ are primarily a party-hire company specialising in pop-up tents but this creative group also hires some really interesting furniture and accessories too. Kwik-n-Ezy are one of the few companies that hire the ever popular ‘ghost chair’ (or ‘clear’ chair – see the image above) and they have them in two different styles. […]
RECOMMENDATION # 3: ‘FIRST SCENE’ started out in the hire industry decades ago after acquiring all clothing, costumes and props from the original TVNZ wardrobe and art departments. Initially they supplied to the television and event industries only, but years on and with massive expansion they now hire to the general public. Their array of […]
RECOMMENDATION #2: ‘VILLA KULA’ offer a contemporary range of impressive lounge-bar furniture and accessories. Their quality furniture creates a sharp, clean look under a marquee, and offers comfort and practicality. Based in Glenfield Auckland, Natalie and Michael (Villa Kula owners) took over in 2007 as directors, bringing with them a real love for making things […]
There are some spectacular privately owned properties around Auckland that charge very reasonable rates to rent their land for weddings and events. A large paddock with a view of the ocean provides a beautiful vista and great photographic opportunities. Working with a large ‘blank canvas’ does mean you need to organise everything from the ground […]
Corporate social responsibility is very much a part of our ethos at Schupepe. We take great pride in supporting various charities annually and believe this helps to create a positive, insightful workplace environment. Recently we were asked to install a couple of canopies at a venue called ‘The Black Cottage Café’ in Coatesville.