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Another month, another Desperately Seeking! Time to don those sleuth hats and help a couple out! Mother of The Bride #1 is seeking unique outfits for a formal Sydney wedding. Have any ideas of designers she could try? Bride #2 is seeking a good recommendation for a brilliant DJ for her February wedding in the

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Andy’s smart look for Lauren and Andy’s Vintage Steam Train Wedding was a look of comfort and style. Andy chose a suit he found in Shoreditch London with a white shirt and plain black tie. He added black Toms and white socks to finish it off. Photos by Goldmsith & Co Photography

David from Society Photography joins us today with his stunning collection of country weddings. Love all the inspiration! All images by Society Photography About Society Photography : It may sound like a cliche these days but we love Love. From the Love shared by a couple when they make that big commitment to each other,

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Today we’re sharing this film that shows a day in the life of photographer Darren from Taylor-Made Photography. I love the part where Darren shows the groom how to twirl his bride for the photo. So sweet…

Claire and Brad A beautiful Melbourne wedding that really proves rain does nothing but add beauty to the day. On Claire and Brad’s wedding day, by Melbourne’s Port Phillip Bay, it bucketed down. Not once did the rain become anything but part of their wedding story.. a beautiful one at that! Photography today is by

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Aaron and Eliska I kept telling Aaron that all of this felt so surreal! I was lucky enough to be a wedding coordinator in the Philippines so it felt like everything had to be perfect when it came to our wedding. We decided to have our wedding here in Sydney as a symbol of starting

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Groom Chris from  Louise and Chris’ Spring Abbotsford Convent Wedding shares his favourite memory of the day, “Everyone was packed into the covered areas of the courtyard to shelter from the constant downpour, bringing people closer together and also concentrating the noise they could make. When Lise (our celebrant) pronounced us officially married, we raised

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Sara and Fintan The celebration of Sarah and Fintan’s wedding held echos of yesteryear- the groom and groomsmen wore top hats and tails, the red roses and black gowns provided a vintage glamour feel to the Sydney morning wedding. A sense of formality as the sun beat down. Sara tells their story. “Fintan’s sister is

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Gentle reader, forgive this brief foray into self-aggrandising; I propose that my self-interest and yours align quite closely (you know: trickle down effect, all that jazz), so if you’ll indulge me… Once I’ve been elected Global Autocrat (in recognition of my contributions to society, general brilliance, et al.) things will proceed as follows: You and

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  Giovana and Elliot Giovana and Elliot had a wedding packed to the brim with beauty – beauty in their own cultural ceremony, beauty in the details, and beauty in the raucous joy (the wild dancing literally never gets old to me!) “We were both 23 years old. I was at Vienna train station trying

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Image via Mr Boutique Music is the soundtrack to life. It accompanies our most important moments, as well as all of the everyday stuff in between. We each have a deeply personal connection to music. So, when it comes to booking live entertainment for a function, the challenge can be to express what we have

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On the same day as the London 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony, we visited the stadium where the first Modern Olympic Games were held in 1896. The Panathinaiko Stadium otherwise known as Kalimarmaro, is a glorious ancient monument in central Athens with the Parthenon as it’s backdrop. Entrance to the stadium is a very reasonable

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Erin & Matt A relaxed country wedding in the beautiful town of Daylesford calls for a celebration. Luckily the celebration is right here with Erin & Matt’s wedding! Country elegance to a tee! The couple tell their story. “We met at school in 1998. Matt being a pre-teen terror was being sent to boarding school

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Oh Melbourne, too often you show off your beauty with incredible artistic, creative people like the lovely Letitia Buchan. Hand drawn everything and anything is Letitia’s forte (she’s a dab hand with a pen!) Letitia designed her own invitations in January 2012 and has since been working on not only custom wedding invitations and has

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This trip to Greece included a visit to the Ionian island of Kefalonia (Cephalonia). Contrary to the islands of the Aegean which are quite rocky and arid, the islands of the Ionian sea are lush and green. Italian influences can be found in the architecture but the food and beaches are pure Greece. Kefalonia is

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