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Inspired Memories

As we chatted to Tiffany about her Melbourne art gallery wedding, she remembered that for and her and Aaron, it was important to not over think the planning; her best advice was to make decision-making easy and stress free by keeping things as simple possible.“Keep it simple! I can’t recommend highly enough having your reception

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When I walked down the aisle on a sunny afternoon in 2013 , so did the polka dot dress my mother wore 40 years ago! From a small country wedding in 1973 to a 2013 Melbourne bash, my Mum’s dress enjoyed a little facelift thanks to the incredible talent of Kyha Simpson and One Day

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Photo by AJ PhotographyThe only thing I remember laughing about on my wedding day was my cake toppers.That may sound a bit dramatic but in wedding reality there will be drama, tears and acceptance that some things, including last minute no shows and guilty latecomers – are out of your control. So you really need

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The day was beautiful in every way, just like our wedding day was exactly a year to the day earlier. We had picture perfect weather and we were able to relive some very special elements from our big day on our anniversary with just the two of us. It was very romantic. Doves symbolised the

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When Mr Herringbone and I were married just over a year ago, we managed to pull together a day of love, good food and great fun in about 5 months, and it felt like it passed in a whirlwind (a good one of course!). For our first wedding anniversary, it felt kind of fitting that

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1. We don’t need to get married to ‘sanctify’ our relationships any more, or to allow us to live together or have children. But we keep getting married. It must be because there is something inherently valuable in it, at least for those who choose to do it. Don’t let anyone tell you that it’s

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We have been so lucky to have a very diverse bevy of brides sharing their stories this year. From planning to practice, the best thing about it is we’ve heard about it in the bride’s own voice which is what makes Weddings so unique. It’s more than just stunning photography, it’s stories, experiences and emotions!So,

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PULLED ON REQUEST OF BRIDEAs many of you know the groom-to-be in this love story wants to wear a traditional tartan kilt on our wedding day. So last month, after I had found the perfect wedding dress, we made an appointment at Anderson’s Kilt Hire in South Melbourne.Image from Sex and The City –  Episode

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Mr Tagg and I met while we were at school. We were a year apart, close friends with giggly teenage crushes but neither of us were game to ask the other out and sadly parted ways once school finished. Two years later, after I strategically took some subjects at uni that required me to borrow

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One of the very nicest things about getting engaged is that you are suddenly able to experience a whole range of things that were previously irrelevant – trying on wedding dresses without feeling like Murial Heslop, developing an intense interest in diamonds, sharing endless glasses of champagne, and feeling entirely justified in indulging in weekly

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I loved Letizia and Hunter’s wedding day (see more on Polka Dot Bride). It was full of the most beautiful Australian flowers and touches (Murray River pink salt? My favourite!). The couple were so full of love and joy on their wedding day.“Our best man ran with his mouth open to catch a popping champagne

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Another thing I love to read about is a couple’s favourite memories from their wedding day. Bonnie of Amour Amour shared her wedding with us (see it here on Polka Dot Bride) and her favourite memory.“The feeling of love that was in the room that night was something I will remember forever and it meant

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Katy & Ryan were married on a warm Melbourne day under the shade of a beautiful oak tree. (See more of their wedding on Polka Dot Bride). Katy wore the most beautiful tea length gown with silver sparkles and the couple hosted their reception at one of Melbourne’s favourite Italian restaurants.Katy’s favourite memory? “At the end of the night, the only

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Katherine married John in a vineyard ceremony last year. As the sun set, Katherine and John said their vows against a lush green backdrop (see their wedding on Polka Dot Bride).Katherine’s favourite memory? “My 88 year old grandmother and 85 and 90 year old great aunts were there – the last two flew out from

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