Natasha's job is also her passion

FOR Natasha Dunne, working in the event co-ordinating and decorating industry is not only a job; it's a passion for life.

Just ask her, and she will be happy to admit she loves her job.

Natasha started her business after discovering a need to provide the Rockhampton region with a business that not only hires out decorations and linen for events, but sells modern wedding accessories.

Her business Stylish Events and Hire specialises in providing a variety of decorations, and accessories for weddings and other special events in people's lives.

“My team and I are truly passionate about what we do,” she said.

“What products we don't have in store, we source from all over the country so that brides in Rockhampton can have whatever they want without having to travel elsewhere to get it,” she said.

Whether it is an indoor or an outdoor event, modern, traditional or contemporary, Natasha will ensure the setting is of the highest quality.

They are currently getting excited about the coming Christmas period and look forward to helping many new clients with their Christmas party decorations.

Their range of hire items includes chair covers, candelabra, table centrepieces, red carpets, bridal table skirting, easels, topiary trees, coloured linen napkins and tablecloths, American-style ceremony chairs and more.

For sale they have a large range of bridal glasses, ring pillows, flower girl baskets, disposable cameras, sand ceremony kits, guest books, signing pens, cake toppers, jewellery and hair accessories and many more exciting products.

For more information or to see how they can help you with your Christmas functions phone Natasha on (07) 4922 2090 or visit www.stylisheventsandhire.com.au.



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