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We all know that a wedding is all about the bride and generally more often than not the groom sits back & says “Yes dear, that’s perfect” or “No honey I don’t mind how many people we invite”. We, the grooms usually take a back seat when weddings are prepared, however in this ever changing

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With my wedding season officially ended it’s time to step down a gear and enjoy some of life’s little pleasures. One of those is the bottle of Talisker single malt whisky I’ve been saving as an end of season treat.I’ve never really been a whisky drinker but its appeal has been growing on me of

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Some weddings you leave with glazed nuts …  the almond kind. The plan for ours is to have our guests leave with a fresh commemorative beverage. I am an enthusiastic home-brewer and whilst my skill base is by no means even ‘adept’ I continue to surprise myself by creating delicious concoctions for a fraction of

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Originally posted on Polka Dot Bride September 24th 2008Snippet and Ink creator, Kathryn joins us again today with her last Polka Dot Groom mini board on a brilliant subject- food! Check out her previous boards here Personality, Comfort and Fun & Games. Food: Of all the elements that go into a wedding, food and beverages

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Originally posted on Polka Dot Bride September 24th 2008Photo by Ksenija Savic PhotographyThe groom’s cake is a mysterious thing down here in Australia. We hear the term and the question is raised, what is a groom’s cake?The groom’s cake is a tradition hailing from Southern USA (though other sources tell me it’s from Europe). In

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