Out of everything wedding- the symbolism of the wedding rings is the most important part of the day. So when I came across Larsen Wedding Rings I was thrilled to read about their design process.
With drinks and nibbles in hand, you and your loved one are invited to design your own ring, and then with the help of one of Larsen’s qualified jewelers, sit together and create the ring- from the very first melting, to the polishing- it’s all done by you- creating a wedding ring that is truly about you and made with love. To celebrate with a glass of bubbles is just the ticket!
Larsen are dedicated to making this experience memorable- photographs can be taken, a free lifetime of polishes and a beautiful box all add to what is sure to be one of the most memorable experiences of planning your wedding.Larsen Wedding Rings http://www.larsenjewellery.com.au//
Suite 503, Level 5 The Strand Arcade 412-414 George Street Sydney NSW 2000
I recently read about Aussie baker Kylie Lambert on one of my favourite wedding blogs Oh Joy! here comes the bride Kylie hails from Sydney and what started as a love of baking turned into Le Cupcake!
Amazing decorations make these cupcakes almost too good to eat!
Kylie owns and runs Le Cupcake– a Sydney bakery creating divine cupcakes for all kinds of occasions- but for what we love- weddings- they’re an extra special touch! Kylie makes all the cupcakes herself and offers a wide range of flavours for both cake and icing- ranging from meringue buttercream to sour cream deluxe.
But the real creativity is in the decoration! Stenciled icing patterns, perfectly placed flowers, beautifully shaped creatures all adorn the cupcakes and turn something sweet into something amazing.
A butterfly makes a whimsical touch on a delectable white and pink cupcake
Kylie is definitely not someone I’d like to bake against at the school fete!
Real Weddings have put one of my favourite issues on their website for anyone to read in full – virtually!
‘The Pink Issue’ contains special details of the gorgeous colour scheme and as usual more gorgeous real weddings! Every link allows you to click straight through to the specified website – no more typing in long addresses! The magazine is so lifelike you’d be forgiven for sticking post it notes on the pages you love!
Personal favourites are the olive green and pink bridesmaid’s gowns at the wedding of Keith and Kate, ‘A Grand Affair‘ on pages 113-117 , Natasha’s unique necklace and theme (which even appeared on the cake!) at her wedding to Mark ‘A Fashionable Soiree‘ on pages 158-162 and all the love put into the homemade details at the wedding of Natalie and Mark ‘Lovingly Handmade’ on pages 204-206.
To view the issue you must have DijVu installed. You can register and download the free edition here