It’s the last Vendor of The Week for 2010 on Polka Dot Bride so I want to take a moment to thank our amazing vendors who support the work we do every day. They’re such a delight to deal with and come from all walks of life, with all kinds of price ranges and all kinds of talent- so there’s someone in there for any kind of wedding. Our vendors are SO much fun to work with and I can’t thank them enough for making 2010 a year to remember!
SO let’s get started with the last vendor of the week from Ms Polka Dot’s Directory for 2010! Ms Polka Dot’s Directory is full of amazing suppliers at all price ranges with all kinds of outlook on there’s world- there are the ones who are pretty traditional with a classic sense of elegance and grace and others who are a little more funky (and will know the best place to buy your wedding day polka dot bow tie) Take a peek today and look through their beautiful work!
This week’s vendor of the week is a one stop wedding, parties & more store! Pink Frosting are this week’s Polka Dot Bride Vendor of The Week and not only are they experts in event design, they style, print, hire and manage as well!
Pink Frosting has such an amazing array of products- from everything for your wedding (jewels, parasols, favors, decorations, stationery and even websites) to everything for your party (ribbons, cake toppers, party invitations, balloons and streamers!) and have steadily grown over the past few years to be a leader in the Australian wedding industry. They ship all over the world and their own Kathryn? one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet!
To learn a little more about Pink Frosting we asked Kathryn five questions in five minutes!
What is your favourite after five drink?
I’m a Pimms girl, but super-easy to please. If there’s no Pimms, any old super-dry white with bubbles will please my celebration palette!
Your favourite weekend getaway?
Anywhere in Tokyo. We moved here nine months ago and exploring this massive city is a work in progress every weekend.
I love Marios in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast where I get my favourite hit of Italian on every holiday back home, and Gus’ Cafe in Canberra holds the keys to my heart.
What can we find you eating for breakfast on a Sunday morning?
Usually cold toast leftover from my kids and copious cups of soupy black coffee.
Your favourite wedding story?
One of the weddings I organised was for a beautiful couple, Connie and James. Connie’s family is Italian and James’ is Irish. The guest list ran to about 400, with Connie’s family taking about 90% of the invitations. It was the warmest, most loving wedding I’ve ever had the pleasure to attend, and I loved it when James’ Dad said in his speech that he felt their family had instantly quadrupled in size because they felt so welcomed by this big Italian clan. Gorgeous!