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As we catch up with Carly and chat about her sweet Fairfield Boathouse wedding, she was full of wonderful advice about how to take the stress out of planning and sticking to a budget.“If planning isn’t your thing, then delegate certain jobs around. If you can stretch your budget then I would suggest a wedding

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We had so much laughing and chatting with Abbe as she looked back on her intimate winery wedding; with the heartfelt ceremony followed by the magical reception, she remembered how important it was for the day to be just as she and Will wanted.“Do what you want to do, as the day is about you two!

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From the flowers and the music to dress decisions and make-up choices, as Kate looks back on her Canberra garden wedding she remembers that it was important not to get too fussed about things and enjoy the day.“Savour every moment – and keep things simple.”Images by James of All Grown Up Weddings

Looking back on her effortlessly chic sixties soiree wedding, we loved catching up with April as she chatted to us about how it is important to relax and make decisions that are really “all about you”!“Don’t take it too seriously and do what you want to do.” Images by Alana Blowfield

As we chat to Laura about her beautiful Yarra Valley garden wedding, she remembers that it was so important for her and Anthony just to take some time out – just the two of them away from all their guests – to smile, laugh and reflect on the importance of the day.“The one piece of advice

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As Tash looks back on her beautiful bright fiesta wedding, she chats to us about the importance of not letting the little things (and they really are little things in the end!) get to you; all that is important is the love that you and your fiance share!“All the bickering and arguing (and there can

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At times, planning your wedding and getting caught up in all the tiny details can be very overwhelming and stressful. Following the old adage, it’s often hard to “see the wood for the trees” Lizzie chats to us about organizing on her classic Bather’s Pavilion wedding.“Try to enjoy the process of planning the wedding. There

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Catching up with Stacey to chat about her modern Royal Mail Hotel wedding, we loved hearing her helpful advice – which included everything from delegating jobs to those who ask through to taking time out just to enjoy the precious moments!“Don’t be afraid to be get into the detail – most vendors want to know

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As we chat with Alice about her romantic Summerlees wedding, looking back she said it was important to concentrate on the many positives of the day (you are marrying the man of your dreams after all!) rather than focusing on the negatives and what may go wrong.“Have fun planning your wedding and don’t stress out about

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When we caught up with Daina to chat about her seaside Sorrento wedding, keeping things in perspective and not getting worried about the small details as well as a love of DIY were the key things that made her day even more memorable.“Keep it simple and don’t get caught up in the small details, it’s

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As Sarah looks back on her chic country wedding and all the meticulous planing, she advises that as your wedding day goes by so very quickly, there is a lot to be said for the term “don’t sweat the small stuff!”“Don’t spend too much time worrying about all the small details of the wedding – on

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As Tammy chats to us about outdoor winery wedding, she remembers how important it was to follow your heart – and your spreadsheet – and to make choices that make you happy!“Don’t forget what makes you happy and what you want, forget traditions (if you want to) and people saying “you have to have this”-

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When chatting to us about her country marsala inspired wedding, Ashleigh remembered that above everything else it is important to make choices which reflect what both of you want – and don’t get caught up following tradition for tradition’s sake!“Some advice I can give to future “couples to be” is to let your wedding be a

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As Steph chatted to us about her modern winery wedding, she advised how important it is during the planning stage to work out what is really important to you as a couple – what are the things that are non negotiable, that you really just can’t live without? Once you’ve decided on these and costed

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