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Getting Married On Grass?

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Nerida McMurray Photography
Find me on Ms Polka Dot's Directory | www.neridamcmurray.com.au
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I often photograph wedding ceremonies outdoors – Sydney is such a great place for it with our spectacular weather and scenery.  Most often this involves bridal parties standing on grass in a garden or park, and hello, guess what happens to heels in those situations … down they go.

One of my lovely brides told me about these nifty heal plugs (my words :-)) called Starlettos. I’m always surprised how many girls have never heard of them or thought of them for their wedding day, and by the time I show up to the bride prep … it’s too late to go shopping. So I’m spreading the word – these things are great and my brides have told me they work a treat!

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Nerida x

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Ms Gingham says: Interesting … I bet they’d be handy when you’re walking on decking too! No more losing your stiletto heel between the cracks! Thanks for the tip Nerida.

Nerida’s favourite cocktail is: Summer time… Lychee Martini, Winter … glass of Kaesler or any red from the Barossa Valley

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  • Friday Roundup | Polka Dot Bride
    Friday Roundup | Polka Dot Bride says:
    June 10, 2011 at 2:09 pm

    […] if you missed them!What Would They Know? We meet Leila Khalil of Be Inspired PR on Polka Dot WisdomNerida McMurray gives us her sweet tip for getting married on grassMs Floral was a guest of Tumbling Waters Retreat just before Easter, check out her review here.Now […]

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  • Polka Dot Bride says:
    June 14, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    These are so cool- I own two pairs for grassy weddings (and quickly pull them off when I’m on steady ground!)

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