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7 Days a week from 4.30pm til late.
Free delivery from 4.30pm within the
city boundary, on orders over $30,
The new, modern, Bollywood decor is completed and
includes Bollywood music and videos creating an
ambience that complements the traditional Indian food.
The main dining room can seat over 70 diners so there
is space aplenty as a great function venue. A smaller
private function room can seat around 25 guests.
The newly installed heat pumps ensure year-round
comfort for everybody.
Please contact Bombay Palace to discuss your private
function requirements and we can design a menu from our
great variety of traditional Indian dishes.
Visit the new Bombay Palace soon to experience
outstanding, courteous service and affordable prices – but
mostly for its enlightening experience upon your palate!
Wednesday to Sunday from
Noon to 2pm.
68 Forth Street, Invercargill. Phone 218 9886
If your mates getting married, take him to
Abbotsford and shoot him before its too late.
Battle in the forest or the open arena
at Combat Zone.
Ph 03 488 4448
297 Vogel Street, Dunedin 9016
CALL 477 8213
Innovation Inspiration Design
We guarantee the start of a love
affair with the real New Zealand!
For your special wedding, why not join Lake Wanaka
Cruises aboard Dual Image, our beautifully appointed, fully
equipped 55 foot catamaran? Moor at one of the numerous
beaches and inlets available on the islands within Lake
Wanaka, or enjoy an on-board ceremony.
Catering and even Hens party options are also available.
Or simply take a cruise! Make the most of this incredible
location with island discovery, relaxation and great picnics.
Lake Wanaka Cruises, Phone +64 3 443 1230
PHONE 03 234 8445
PHONE 03 234 8445 and ask for Julie
GET MARRIED BY THE SEASIDE
The Pavilion at Colac Bay specialises in weddings
You can have the service inside or outside on the beach,
and the wedding breakfast to follow.
Ask the experts and they will organise everything
for you with no hire fees.
Anasta Price - Anasta was the flowergirl for her uncle Matt Price
when he married Shelley Weir at Te Anau Airport in March
Photo: Megan Graham Photography
Hire 3 Suits Get 4th
Alterations • Repairs • Made to Measure
255 George Street, Dunedin.
(above Golden Centre, entrance off George Street)
Ph: (03) 477 6459
e: firstname.lastname@example.org www.esquiresuithire.co.nz
Suits & Accessories
for all Occasions
Every bride wants to look stunning on
their wedding day, but the process starts
long before that visit to the salon.
At least three months before your
wedding, you want to start off with a few
things to get the ball rolling.
Start off by keeping the stress to a
minimum. Stress can cause a number of
things to occur including skin blemishes
and breakouts - something every bride
wants to avoid before their big day.
You also should drink at least 10 glasses
of water and eat plenty of high vitamin
C food to keep your skin healthy and
You should also cleanse, tone and
moisturise your skin both in the morning
and at night, to give it that healthy, radiant
glow. This, in turn, will make your skin
look fantastic in photos.
Your hair also needs to look fantastic in
photos. That’s why you should consider
having a trial makeup and hairstyle
session before your big day, making sure
you are happy with how you are going to
look come the wedding day. There is no
point in being unhappy with your hair or
makeup only hours from your wedding.
Think ahead and plan ahead.
To keep your body looking good for your
wedding, moisturise after showering
every day to keep your skin soft and
if tanning is a necessity, get it done
professionally to ensure it is even.
Makeup is also quite important for your
big day, but keep it natural, and keep it
If your wedding is during the day, stick
with light colours, however if it’s at night,
choose makeup that has a shimmer, to
make your skin positively glow. Apply
foundation that matches your skin
tone and make sure all your makeup
is waterproof, in case the tears start
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