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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

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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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As we chat with Kahlara about her sweet Watson’s Bay wedding, she reminisced that after all the build-up and planning, your wedding itself is really just the start of your journey together as husband and wife. “The wedding is just the beginning. Try not to stress over the small details and don’t let the planning

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When planning your wedding, it’s important to determine what the important things are – the things that you won’t budge on. From there, everything else falls into place as Sandra remembers as she looks back on her beautiful garden winery wedding. “Focus on your key elements – good venue, good photographer, good food and plenty

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Looking back on her romantic country wedding, Sarah remembers that it was important to enjoy the day, sharing all your special moments with your guests; try to have some laughs along the way too! “Enjoy every second! It goes way too fast. Embrace the time you spend with the ones around you and just have

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It’s been the day you’ve been preparing for, planning for – and waiting for – and finally it’s here. Whilst it’s a day of celebrating your love with others, it’s also a day to enjoy some time by yourselves as Ellie remembers as she looks back on her beachside Sydney wedding. “Just try and enjoy

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When planning your wedding – and deciding on venues, decorations and flowers (just to name a few!) – it’s important to make decisions that come from your heart and which reflect you as a couple as Tina remembers as she looks back on her mountain top festival wedding. “Take time to take it all in

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As Carmen looks back on her elegant winter solstice wedding, she recommends hiring a videographer to capture those special moments. “Definitely hire a videographer! It all goes by far too quickly. More specifically – hire Lumina Motion Pictures” Images by Luke Going Photography

Deciding upon a wedding venue that may be a little ‘different’ or out of town is wonderful – with it comes choice and the sense of being unique. But watch out for the ‘hidden’ things too that you might not think about straight away as Amy advises as she looks back on her modern rustic

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As Kerry looks back on all the wonderful memories from her modern garden party wedding – particularly sipping champagne as the golden sunset cast its magical glow – she remembers that the time spent alone with Jaxon was the most special. “On the day take a moment by yourselves to take five and just enjoy

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When making decisions about your wedding – whether they be about your dress, the location or the styling, Lisa looks back on her family filled Whale Beach wedding to James and remembers that her choices were indeed made very simple by following a few words of good advice – “always follow your heart.” Images by Infinity

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As Lisa looks back on her romantic long lunch winery wedding, she remembers that it was important to relax and enjoy the day. “Don’t stress the small stuff; no one notices and you won’t even care on the day, let alone remember it several years down the track!” Images by Simone Addison

Working out a budget that works for the two of you and what you want to achieve helps in the long run, particularly when it comes to finding that little bit more to use the best vendors as Kelly remembers when looking looking back at her modern romantic wedding. “Honestly, you get what you pay

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Despite all your planning and dreams for the ‘perfect’ wedding, it is important to have fun planning your big day – and if something goes wrong – don’t worry about it as Sophie remembers from her relaxed South Coast wedding. “Don’t fight about the planning and make sure you both enjoy it – you don’t

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With inspired words, Kate looks back on her beautiful Gum Gully farm wedding and remembers that above all else it is important to recognize the significance, meaning and commitment of your special wedding day. “The best advice we were given before our wedding day was to remember that things will go wrong on the day but

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