A Look Back At Polka Dot Bride 2011

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With our second last “official” post for the year (we have our traditional celebrity wedding countdown on New Years Eve as always!) I thought it would be nice to look back at the top eleven posts on Polka Dot Bride in 2011! We’ve seen some amazing weddings this year and amongst them, gorgeous engagement shoots, beautiful dresses, pretty blooms and stunning stationery, 2011 is a year I will never forget.

So without further gushing, in no particular order our top eleven posts of 2011!

You loved the intimate eclectic Byron Bay hinterland wedding of Dodge & Bel

You gushed over Collette Dinnigan’s 2011 Summer Bridal Collection

 

Poured over the story of Lauren and Joshua’s Australian Country Wedding

Got excited about my rustic wedding venues in Victoria roundup

 

Got inspired by Angela and David’s vintage chic wedding

You lost your breath at the beauty of Yulia Brodskaya’s paper art

 

You took in the beauty of Athena and Darisuz’s Beautiful Greek extravaganza

You embraced colour with my coloured wedding gown roundup

 

You were swept away by the beauty of Stella and James vintage bohemian Sydney wedding

 

Dreamed of the divine creative colour Sage Green

You loved the beauty of Emelie and Anthony’s coastal glamour wedding

It’s only a peek of the stories that have been told, the love, the inspiration that has been through our pages this year on Polka Dot Bride. Be sure to check the archives and our Inspired Weddings gallery and tell me, dear dotties- what was your favourite post on Polka Dot Bride this year?

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  • Lina- Chanele Rose says:
    December 27, 2011 at 9:55 am

    Congratulations Ms Polka & team!!

    You all do an amazzzing job.. and continue to inspire
    us all.. Looking forward to seeing all your beautiful 2012 posts!

    xx

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