Flowergirl outfit

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This is the flowergirls dress and bouquet the red was very pretty and went well with the flax made rosebuds


Guest - Aug 04, 2007 08:44 AM EDT
With Mikes knowlege base Im sure he has a compartment on NZ
Guest - Aug 04, 2007 07:36 AM EDT
ea, well I was getting a bit jealous of Grumpy Mike's knowledge of the world, so thought I'd start Bernie's knowledge of NZ. LOL. And I'm relying on to give me lots more opportunities to share:)
Guest - Aug 04, 2007 02:02 AM EDT
Bernie you are a wealth of knowledge thank you for clearing that up for us
Guest - Aug 04, 2007 01:33 AM EDT
Golda, in the old days, the Maori (NZ's indigenous people) very much lived off the land and used flax leaves to make clothing and bags, to name a few things. Maori art and culture is very traditional and beautiful, and the flax is a very precious plant in the Maori culture. The school my daughter goes to has a saying in Maori "Nga Rau o te Harakeke" - which translates in English to "The Leaves of the Flax". This is indicative of how prescious they are. There's your cultural lesson for the day:)
Guest - Aug 01, 2007 05:29 PM EDT
Golda thank you for your comments and question. One family is Maori and the other Rarotongan they use flax for alot of practical and decorative things
Guest - Aug 01, 2007 03:05 PM EDT
The woven flax seems to be a constant theme in this wedding.What is the traditon behind this?A very nice series of photos.

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