Good morning Polka Dots! It’s time for another week and another week full of beautiful wedding inspiration, ideas and wonderful Australian wedding goodness!
Our Monday morning showcase is up first though- it’s time to show some love to Ms Polka Dot’s Directory! Our directory is a little over a year old and along with the help of the lovely Ms Paisley has been rapidly growing full of talented Australian & international wedding vendors. We love our vendors- not only because they are brilliantly talented, but because they love Polka Dot Bride readers and the way you want your wedding to really show who you are! Take a peek and see if the wedding vendor you’re dreaming of is in there!
Jules & Guy Sebastian’s Special Day from White Designs on Vimeo.
I’m turning on the audio this morning and getting out the tissues- nothing quite moves me like a beautiful wedding video! The looks appearing on faces, the little glances, little touches- they’re all there! This week’s Vendor Of The Week is wedding cinematographer White Designs!
White Designs (who also own and run wedding photography studio SugarLove Pictures) have a talent in capturing weddings beautifully. They take a candid approach and mix it with documentary style filming, black and white features and (very apt) music choices. The Signature service is a new option for White Designs brides, shot on the new DSLR systems, it comes with unlimited options- including unlimited coverage, unlimited crew and unlimited editing hours.
To learn a little more about White Designs,we asked Leigh five questions in five minutes!
What is your favourite after five drink?
Baileys & Milk on ice
Your favourite weekend getaway?
Our beach house on the coast (or) anywhere my husband & 2 little boys are
In Sydney – Buon Ricordo & on the coast, Bells.
What can we find you eating for breakfast on a Sunday morning?
Husbands peach & maple syrup pancakes with vanilla icecream
Your favourite wedding story?
Ours of course – a dream wedding weekend at a private estate in the Blue Mountains. A re-creation of 1920’s glamour in the spirit of the Cotton Club/Great Gatsby with a touch of Bogart & Bacall in the vows. The property was sold several years later and we serendipitously bought the bed we slept in on our wedding night which has since become a family heirloom