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Groom Style – Paul

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Ms Herringbone
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 Groom Style Paul

A gorgeous Spring wedding calls for a suit to match – and at Gabrielle & Paul’s Bright Sydney Wedding, the Groom and his Groomsmen cut fine figures is smart grey suits from Briggins, with shoes from Calibre. Fabulous Groom style!

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We also got a cheeky glimpse of what the Groom may have been wearing under the suit too…

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Images by LB Photography 

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Inspired Memories – Benjamin

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Ms Herringbone
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 Inspired Memories Benjamin

We just love it when Grooms reflect on the first moment they see their Bride. Benjamin shares his favourite memories from his gorgeous Vintage Glamour Wedding to Ilana.

“When I first saw Ilana come down the stairs I thought “Oh god, here she is, I’m gonna cry!” I managed to hold it together.”

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Benjamin also adds “One of my favourite moments was almost at the end of the night and I was on the dance floor with my beautiful bride, my family and best friends all signing “Sweet Child of Mine” into our ties and bouquets and playing air guitar – it doesn’t get much better than this, it was the best way to end the greatest day of my life!”

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Images by SugarLove Weddings 

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The Dish with Mr Herringbone – My Favourite Food Blogs

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Ms Herringbone
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Favourite Food Blogs The Dish with Mr Herringbone My Favourite Food Blogs

Now, I’ll be honest. I love cook books. Big, picture-heavy books I can thumb through and tag when I find something I like. I actually enjoy it when I open a page and see flour or a fennel seed stuck in the creases.

Sometimes though, I do like a cruise online. But I’ve found that there aren’t that many good food blogs out there for men, with a huge offering for the ‘mums’ of the world. I don’t take it personally, but there must be a huge amount of guys like me out there that enjoy cooking and reading about cooking – so where are the blogs?!

Anyway – I thought today I’d share my top 3 food blogs with you, with great ideas to take with you on your quest for good food. Whether you’re looking for ideas for an engagement part, bucks weekend away, or simply a gathering for your mates – these blogs have great tips that cross over from screen to plate.

Footscray Food Blog

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Being a Westy there is nothing more helpful than this blog, which showcases the best restuarants and food-happenings in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne. Sure, this might not help you specifically if you’re nowhere near us, but what this blog does is brings great local food to the people of the community, and I love a blog that can bring people together. Lauren Wambach writes this blog, and has since created the Footscray Foodies Tour, which I will be lucky enough to be taking part in in the next couple of weeks as she heads a tour for the program I run called “Food Mate”, which works with homeless and underprivileged youth in our area.

The Boys Club

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This site has it all – fancy booze, meat recipes, snacks to serve your mates and some fashion thrown in.

I like their ideas to spice up the BBQ with a pulled pork sandwich recipe, or jazzing up the humble roast chicken with a beer up the jaxy. Always a winner.

 I Quit Sugar

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Most of my mates thought I’d finally lost the plot (or start listening too closely to my lovely wife) when I told them I stopped eating sugar. I think that trying to get their head around a foodie like me not eating sugar was enough to make their heads explode. Either way, I did a bit of reading and research of the I Quit Sugar website, the brainchild of Food Blogger and Writer Sarah Wilson, and decided that I was eating waaaay too much sugar. Since then, I’ve lost 7 kgs. It isn’t a diet to lose weight, it just happened that way for me. But who’s complaining?

There are some great recipes in here for alternatives to the sweet tooth, and I’ve also really started embracing savoury meals more. And cheese as desert.

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