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Vendor of the Week – Paper Fox Studio

by | Blog News, Bride


Good morning Polka Dotties!

Let’s kick off our week of inspiration with a spotlight on Ms Polka Dot’s Directory! We’re packing our directory full of amazingly talented vendors who have such individual styles, individual talents and individual voices that there is sure to be a vendor or two or six that will suit your own personal style and who you’ll mesh with! The vendors on Polka Dot Bride are the loveliest people and i couldn’t be more thrilled to work with each and every one of them!

I’m honoured to introduce this week’s vendor the lovely Kristen of Paper Fox Studio. Kristen’s style is unique and just so ‘her’! It’s a little bit different, a little bit unique and very rock and roll. I love the edginess of Kristen’s work and how she taps into the personalities of the couples she shoots. Kristen’s been a professional photographer for over six years and is establishing herself as a fresh faced, cheeky photographer with a hip and modern style. Paper Fox Studio starts with a basic wedding photography which you can add extras and beauties to to customise for your own needs. The Paper Fox Studio photographers literally have a background in shooting rockstars- so they know how it’s done!

To find out more about Paper Fox Studio we asked Kristen five questions in five minutes.

Favourite after five drink?

Jam Donut cocktails! Tastes literally like a jam donut, I’m powerless to resist.

Your favourite weekend getaway?

Weekend getaway? What’s that! I tend to work most weekends so not much time off to be found, but we usually go on a shopping trip to Melbourne once a year.

Favourite restaurant?

Aria – Matt Moran’s restaurant. Ridiculously good.

What can we find you eating for breakfast on a Sunday morning?

I’ve recently rediscovered the simple joy of bacon and eggs after years of eating oats or cereal for breakfast.

Your favourite wedding story?

My favourite wedding story is probably that of our most recent wedding (at time of writing!). They already had a house and two kids and THEN figured it was about time to get married, I like the idea of doing things in your own time and when it works best for you.

Visit Paper Fox Studio’s page to find out more about our Vendor Of The Week! Paper Fox Studio is a member of Ms Polka DWhat Would They Know? Pina Fiorenza of Fiorenzaot’s Directory

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My and Janssen’s Bonnie & Clyde Style Engagement Shoot

by | Bride, Engagements


My & Janssen

My & Janssen came to photographer myfotobox for a “Bonnie & Clyde” style engagement shoot. Touring Sydney for the best location, they decided that to suit their 1930s feel, having their photographs with steam trains would work beautifully for the look and feel they wanted for their photographs. I love the sassy nature of these shoots with the old school glamour!

My recalls how Janssen proposed. “We had been dating for well over 6 years when he decided to pop the question last year on April 3rd 2010. It was a beautiful sunny Easter Long Weekend. Driving past Roseville Bridge we decided to stop by the water and BBQ to have a lazy lunch together. Following this we drove to Palm Beach where we made a crazy 45 minute trek to a lighthouse, where Janssen got down on his knees and proposed.”


Photos by myfotobox

Coloured Engagement Rings

by | Bride, Jewellery


There is no pretending I love diamonds – the fire and ice of those gems really makes me drift off into space. But there is something pretty awesome about coloured engagement rings- blacks, reds or pinks I always get a little thrill when I see them and I must admit, a little envy. I’m so traditional but I love the style of those who can rock colour beautifully!


Row 1 Larsen Jewellery, Tiffany & Co, Makers Mark

Row 2 IMP Jewellery Larsen Jewellery, Jules Collins

Row 3. Tiffany & Co. Jules Collins, IMP Jewellery

Row 4 IMP Jewellery, Jan Logan, Love & Hatred

Row 5  Jules Collins, Jules Collins, Makers Mark

Row 6 Larsen Jewellery, Love & Hatred, Jan Logan

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