Why Hire Us?

25 Years of Floral Designs and Styling at Your Service

Why hire us?
Because we REALLY get you!

We know how from the moment you said “Let’s do this!” a never-ending to-do-list unfolded in your head…

From the venue, the guests and the catering, to the flower decorations and design. Because, what’s the magic of gathering all the people you love and care for if the venue looks flat – or even boring?

Kim Chan Events has a well-earned reputation, creating memorable events for many private and corporate clients within New Zealand and Asia. Our team of wedding and event stylists have a unique and innovative style, matching simplicity with flair and elegance, to deliver the ‘wow’ factor.

We can take your ideas and concepts and use our creative skills to turn them into into something truly memorable. Our clients are continually amazed at what we come up with, which usually surpass their expectations.

Since the early 1990s, we have worked with a diverse range of clients, from planning and decorating weddings for local couples or couples returning home, to client events for Harcourts, Christchurch Casino, LVMH Group, Designer Anna Sui, Swire, Heineken, M&C Saatchi, New Zealand Rugby Football Union, the Hong Kong Sevens, Ballantynes and the Canterbury District Health Board.

Regardless of your project brief or budget, we welcome the opportunity to turn your vision into reality and to delight you with the results.

As well as wedding flowers and styling, we help to plan private and corporate functions, product launches, home styling and major public events.

Call us now on 021 122 4082 or email [email protected] to discuss how we can help create the ‘wow’ factor for you.

“Kim is hugely capable… translating ideas into tangible designs
Kim worked alongside me during the design and build of a unique corporate transformation experience. My task was to transform a three thousand square meter warehouse into a cross between a mission statement, interactive museum and corporate roadshow.
The process took about five weeks and Kim was an essential part of the team, translating brainstorming sessions into tangible designs. She coordinated painters, builders, audio-visual technicians and a variety of specialists in order to achieve the vision.”
Roger Dennis