Friday Roundup

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Julian’s amazing award ribbon wedding invitations over on Polka Dot Groom

Ah the end of another week! We’re busily working on the launch of Polka Dot Bride 4.0 so do forgive me if we have been a little heavy on the inspiring weddings lately – luckily they’re all so beautiful I know there’s plenty to pour over!

There’s been some fantastic content on our specialty blogs this week.. do take a look and send some love to our amazing contributors!

See some really fun and creative invitations made by Julian on Polka Dot Groom

Sarah Johnson from Girl Friday Weddings shares her thoughts on Polka Dot Wisdom

Sisko Chocolate shows us all how chocolate can be beautiful, creative and luscious all at the same time on Polka Dot Wisdom

Alicia gives us a tutorial on a sisal covered succulent centrepiece with a table number flag on Polka Dot Made

Lolly and Olly share with us their big day on Polka Dot Weddings

Shana and Eddie create a gorgeous save the date card on Polka Dot Weddings

All the way from Canada, Beth and Glenn’s ‘Going to the Theatre’ themed engagement shoot on Polka Dot Weddings

Be inspired to fly to Bali for a Bintang when you read all about Marina and Luke’s honeymoon there, on Polka Dot Honeymoons

Around the wedding world this week….

Brisbane florists Always Fabulous Flowers have just launched a brand new website that shows off their beautiful creations even better! Check it out here.


Yum! Friday means it’s time for lollies! YumSugar! put together this fun video on creating a candy buffet. So fun and rather sugar coma inducing! Check it out on their site here.

To Embellish Event Styling & Decor opened their brand new store in Melbourne last month. The store allows owners Elisa and Michelle to showcase their range of cut crystal glassware, beautiful birdcages, favors, candy buffets and accessories. Check out their site for more.

Melbourne fashion blogger Lady Smaggle launched her first audiobook recently “How To Be The Perfect Bridesmaid” and it’s just right for the dotties! Just like her blog, the audiobook is packed full of tips and practical advice on being a supportive bridesmaid along with plenty of humor and the trademark ‘smaggle’ wit. Check it out here to purchase.

Preston Bailey has a bunch of fantastic wedding tools he’s launched on his website – including the colour picker which by deciphering your main colour, wedding location and size can help you find complimentary colours for your wedding day. Then there’s the table cloth designer which helps you steer away from white to something more adventurous! It’s very fun and slightly addictive to dig through the pages of Preston’s new website! Check it out here.

As I couldn’t resist.. A recap of the gorgeous wedding photos of Kate Moss via Vogue photographed by by Mario Testino. There is such an elegant country garden feel to this wedding. Admittedly it won me over at the champagne fountain.

Photos by Mario TestinoviaVogue

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  • Ms Paisley says:
    August 19, 2011 at 12:34 pm

    Gosh I love a bit of K Moss. She is gorgeous (and we share a birthday so she’s a fellow Cappy). Agreed re: the champagne fountain, not to mention the gorgeously romantic country setting. I’ll ignore the Galliano drama too, because the gown is SO her and SO beautiful.

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  • Ann says:
    August 19, 2011 at 12:59 pm

    Wow how much champers did they watse

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    • Polka Dot Bride says:
      August 20, 2011 at 8:57 am

      Probably none Ann! That’s the beauty of champagne fountains!

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  • Barn Weddings says:
    August 22, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    I admire the video. It’s very creative. 😀

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  • Get This Wedding Look: Old Hollywood Glamour | Love Notes from Lover.ly says:
    October 27, 2012 at 6:08 am

    […] Photography on Munaluchi Bridal via Lover.ly | Champagne tower – Photo by Mario Testino on Polka Dot Bride via Lover.ly | Cocktail – Photo on Mindy Weiss Blog via Lover.ly | Car – Photo by: Ed […]

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