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Who said only a groom/ bride can propose to their significant other. After being on the receiving end of an amazing proposal that involved and 8 hour journey through Melbourne, a song and an amazing ring, wedding planning has officially begun. Being in the wedding industry, I wanted to give my maids a taste of

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Image by Mike Semple Photography My partner Ben and I are having the time of our life planning the perfect wedding! However I know so many brides-to-be who are stressed, frustrated and not enjoying the process at all. I hate to see girls fall apart over something that should be all about fun and letting

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Image by one2onephotography via Katherine And Sean’s Brighton Beach Engagement Shoot Planning a wedding is a fun and special time for not only the couple, but for everyone in their circle. But do remember that at the end of the day your wedding is simply about you and your partner. People will always have their

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Pete and Joanne I had waited so long to be engaged (seven years and six days to be exact) and to actually be able to properly start planning my wedding (and not just dreaming about it), it was so exciting! I didn’t know where to start… After setting a date that was meaningful to us

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Since the engagement, I’ve become addicted to bridal magazines, blogs and oh so easily engrossed by the copious images on Pinterest. With so much to read and see, it was easy to become overwhelmed by the prospect of planning all the finer details like catering, flowers and styling. Eventually, my fiancé Beau and I realised

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In my last post, I talked to you guys about Chinese wedding traditions that we’ll be including in the wedding. In this post, I’ll talk about the “Western” wedding traditions that we’ll have for the wedding. Unlike the Chinese traditions, we’ll only have a few key “Western” traditions for our wedding. This post isn’t necessarily

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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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Image by Ms Gingham via Instagram We had three requests for guests at our wedding: 1. Stay seated throughout the ceremony 2. No photography 3. No photos on social media sites After 6 months of writing and re-writing the ceremony, ploughing through the Internet searching for the most heartfelt words, being stubborn with the celebrant

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The final installment  in our Vogue Wedding series behind the scenesof  Flavia Kelson and Ricardo Pintato’s Wedding (See part one here, part two, part three or part four) is of course the best one- the wedding!

I am a big fan of posing behind oversized lips, glasses and moustaches all in the name of creating some memorable pictures of family and friends on the big day or for any celebratory event really. There is something about photo booths that encourages us to embrace our inner child, goddess or superstar and capture

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If you’ve been following along with our series by Vogue Weddings taking a peek behind the scenes of Flavia Kelson and Ricardo Pintato’s Wedding (see part one here, part two or part three), you’ll love today’s installment because it’s all about Flavia’s stunning wedding gown designed by Erdem Moralioglu.

When my fiancé and I began planning this whole wedding thing, we suffered from what one would call “culture shock”. Urban Dictionary (urbandictionary.com) defines ‘culture shock’ as “The shock from one culture to another often associated with laws, traditions, food, music and general lifestyle choices”. In terms of why we suffered culture shock, it was all to do

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In part three of our behind the scenes series of Flavia Kelson and Ricardo Pintato’s Wedding (see part one here, or part two) captured for Vogue Weddings, we learn about the couple’s understated reception dinner.

Engagement Party With close to 200 people, endless trays of danishes and croissants, and the realisation that we are terrible at barefoot bowls, Darren & Teagen’s Engagement party was over. It was a beautiful day with the threat of rain staying away. A late morning into lunch event saw Daz & Teags’ friends and family

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In part two of the videos that capture the planning process of Flavia Kelson and Ricardo Pintato’s Wedding (see part one here) captured for Vogue Weddings, the couple explain how they came to decide on Mexico for their wedding. The couple eventually choosing a spot in Esencia, Mexico, at the home of an Italian duchess.