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When Ainslie married Rohan, she walked down the aisle to Sea Of Love – Cat Power (Photo by One Fine Day Photography) It’s been a long time since I’ve done a mixtape (my favourite mixtape service shut down!) but we’ve had so many requests lately, I thought it was time for another one! This a

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Calli of Calli B Photography sent over this a little while ago where she collaborated with Events By Design and Mondo Floral Designs to style a mock Noosa beach wedding setup.The girls have styled this gorgeous beach side wedding with   fresh, rustic details. I can just imagine the bride walking down the aisle in

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I love anything that brings light to a wedding – fairy lights, candles and lanterns. Lanterns add a special magic to a wedding reception or party. There are so many cost effective and simply beautiful, lanterns and they can be such a stunning feature at your wedding. Photo by NK Photography Photo by Millie Holloman

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Every wedding should feel this good! The way the bride walks down the aisle encapsulates the joy she felt on her wedding day and that is a joyous sight!

A wedding in a recent magazine was held at a picturesque garden in Sydney, so I decided to hunt it down and share it with you. The Sydney Bible Garden is located in Palm Beach on Sydney’s North Shore and run by volunteers who maintain, improve and care for the garden. Based on a Welsh

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The sweetest groom to be emailed me a little while ago searching for a secret garden style venue. While we found a few possibilities he also asked for garden wedding decorating ideas. A garden doesn’t need much decoration- the greens of the plants and colourful blossoms are often enough But there are a few special

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A bride recently emailed me looking for indoor wedding ceremony locations (that aren’t religious centres) for Western Australia. Here’s a list of possible places for indoor wedding ceremonies in Perth and it’s surrounds. If you know of anymore, please comment! The venues I have listed (to the best of my knowledge) allow you to just

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Parts of Australia are in the middle of the hottest heatwave in 100 years right now so I can’t help thinking of more ideas to keep guests cool at summer weddings. I wrote 10 Tips To Keep Guests Cool in 2007 Provide icy cold drinks for guests Give guests a parasol Hire a slushee machine

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There are many, many beautiful readings you might use at your wedding. Today I’m going to share with you some of the readings) by great literary masters. Hope Is The Thing With Feathers By Emily Dickenson Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul, And sings the tune without the words, And

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Botanic Gardens of Adelaide – Bicentennial Conservatory In the recent inspiration boards I created for the Spring Racing Carnival, I used a lot of rose photos by Mr Polka, which led me back to our lovely walk around the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide, South Australia we took a few years ago. Not only is it

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Not so sure about a first look? How about a first touch? This is Megan and Shawn just before their wedding captured by Whitebox Weddings (Check out their wedding here) Photo by Whitebox Weddings

We will not wish you joy on this great day, For joy is in your hearts and goes with you Along the fragrant, mystic, sunlit way: We will not wish you joy while love is new. But this is our wish: May you be strong enough To shelter love, and keep it safe from harm,

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Today is Blog Action Day, all over the web you’ll see thousands blogs all uniting for one cause in the hope to make a difference. (See last year’s entry here.) This year, the subject is poverty. Weddings and poverty is a bit of a strange combination, the two don’t really go hand in hand. But

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Another installment in Snapshot Sunday – The Groom’s Edition by Ms Polka Do you remember moment in 27 dresses where they say the best part is the look on the groom’s face as his bride walks in? “When the music starts and everyone turns to look at the bride, I turn to look at the

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Quartets are often queried by couples as a quintessential part of a quietly elegant ceremony. ~ I took a round about way for this entry and ended up with quartets and your ceremony music. A quartet is a popular choice for your wedding ceremony but there are many others which can add to the ambiance

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