Just another day on the trail for these guys #trailrunningonyourweddingday - I'm sure it's a thing!
Avid trail runners, Meagan & Sam, couldn't resist to hold their wedding ceremony at Mt Coot-tha where they often train. They took the opportunity to run during their location photos - spot Meagan's heels! ❤
[GIVEAWAY 🎉] Our trusty travel companion- the Mimosa Cabin Stroller. Super lightweight, amazingly compact with easy one-hand open/close and best of all, cabin-sized! We have 2 sets in Camo and Denim to giveaway and it could be yours!
Simply follow us on @leialauren and @mothercaresg, tag your friend in our comments section below and tell us where you’ll love to travel to with your mimosa stroller! You could just be the lucky winner 😃
Giveaway closes on the 23 Sep (for Singapore residents only). 2 randomly-selected lucky winners will be announced in our stories. All the best!
Stella McCartney dresses from @kids21 #queensland#explorecairns
期唔期待下星期一嘅中秋event 呢!! 除咗singcon同70年代嘅feel!! 除咗有酒同埋月餅!! 我地仲會有好多抽獎!! 勁送gift card比參加咗嘅你地!! 所以大家記住準備好你地嘅懷舊服飾24號同我地過一個香港70年代嘅中秋節啦!!!
ps. 當日walk in係要比多3蚊架!
Are you all excited for next Mondays’ moon festival party?? Besides the music and the 70s vibe, alcohols and moon cakes, we will also have lucky draw!!! Lots of gift cards give away!!! So get prepared and dress up 70s with your lucky charm.
ps. walk in to our event will be $3 extra!
Rich and I were out roaming today and we came across @gather.store. Located in Currumbin (next door to The Dust Temple gallery and cafe), it's lush green plants caught my eye in the outdoor corridor. Inside are more plants, homewares, art and most importantly, their floristry with a twist. GATHER store uses dried flowers for their bouquets and event installations. Run by two Kiwi sisters, it's full of handmade pottery, candles, textiles and of course lovely dried botanicals. Today Jan was in the shop and her sister-in-law Sandy was down in the studio producing orders due to go out. Though busy, both took time to chat about their business and our connections back home including having whanau in Ahipara. There is a giant flower wall by the front door so if you're in the area be sure to get your selfie there and have a look at this atmosphere and product rich store. Florists are artists. I'm always sticking my head in to see what interesting things they do and to check out their flower stock. I came away with a couple of dried blooms and a eucalyptus branch to create my own little jar of goodies at home. Its nice to find a bit of local culture on the Gold Coast.