The Sydney Ultimate Wedding Planning Party is on again for it’s second year! This year, the event will be held under the sails of the Sydney Opera House and the event will have some of Sydney’s biggest wedding industry names showcasing what they do best!
Sydney Ultimate Wedding Planning Party 2008
Held on the 9th of September from 6-9pm, guests will be spoiled with champagne and canapés from Opera Point Events while enjoying floral displays from Susan Avery, bridal couture from Steven Khalil, Vera Wang for Wedgewood table styling, glamorous fashion from Camilla and Santos Wish and much more.
Anthony Del Col from Staging Connections shares his thoughts at the 2008 event
Industry professionals such as Planet Cake will be conducting “show and tell” sessions during a one hour seminar, Anthony Del Col from Staging Connections will share reception styling ideas, Planet Cake will conduct a live cake decorating demonstration, gm photographics will share how to look fantastic in your wedding photos and The Wedding List Company will share gift registry trends.
Paris and Handi from Planet Cake show brides how they create their masterpieces at the 2008 event.
Also attending the event to chat with brides to be will be diamond expert Peter Michaelson, paper lovers Papier D’Amour, the editor of Bride to Be Magazine while Annalise Brackensiek will act as the MC for the evening.
Guests will receive a gift bag valued at over $500 and containing goodies from Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, Jo Malone, Papier D’Amour, Bulgari and a chance to win some fantastic lucky door prizes.
Tickets are $80 each, to purchase you can visit the wedding planning party website here
Polka Dot Bride has two double passes (each valued at $160 each) to The Sydney Ultimate Wedding Planning Party to give away!
To enter, simply leave a comment on this post and answer this: your groom suggests you marry at the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge- what do you say?
Get creative and have fun with your answer!
Competition closes 10th August 2009 5pm Australian EST Entrants must be residents of Australia and aged 18 or older.
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