Butterfly Wedding Releases (Founded in 1993)
In Association with South African Butterfly Breeding Association (SABBA)
A Non Profit Company (NPC) – Registration No. 2005/035553/08, P. O. Box 599, Ramsgate, 4285.
We have been supplying SA butterflies as confetti since 1999.
Note; This service is not available to wedding/function Coordinators or wedding/function Venues
To avoid misunderstandings and misrepresentations
– we do not deal with third parties –
Responses from clients
Thank you so much for all your help. We released the butterflies into our garden this morning and they are beautiful! Every single one survived. Thank you.
My love and gratitude goes out to you guys. Thank you for contacting and offering your free services to pay homage to my dad passing. We released the butterflies yesterday in celebrating his life.
This was the best experience ever. Great follow up.
I would like to compliment and thank you for the excellent personal service I received from you, once again. Your kindness and compassion during a very difficult time and your help at such short notice really meant a lot. From my previous experience with you and SABBA, I knew that I could depend on you once again, without any hesitation and the whole process was flawless. Thank you. The butterflies were absolutely beautiful and gave the memorial service a very gentle touch. People were in awe of such a simple tribute and it once again brought a small sense of wonder during a difficult time. I cannot recommend you and SABBA highly enough, not only for your professionalism, but also for the little bit of healing you pass on to others. I will most certainly use your services again. Thanks again,
“Hi Lizanne,. Nice meeting you on Saturday. I must say that the butterfly release was amazing. It ‘wow-ed’ my guests. Very emotional. All went well. Thank you. May”
We were very happy with your prompt turn-around time and the professional way you always accommodated our requests (at the last minute). In that regard, we are very happy to endorse you and refer you to our network. It may be slightly challenging to provide detailed feedback on the butterfly release experience as these were for a funeral and memorial service. While they certainly added a beautiful touch –the circumstances were undeniably very difficult.
Deryck Earle Whiteley passed away on the 30th December 2010. A few days later at his final resting place, during the distribution of his ashes, hundreds of butterflies were released as a farewell to him, the father of Earle Whiteley. It was an amazing sight where butterflies lingered on and fed on local indigenous flowers. As if in salute of his passing. An experience I shall never forget.