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a a bent181 Classic Pink and White Townsville Wedding

Photo from Classic Pink and White Townsville Wedding Photography by Insight Creative

Hello Dotties! Most of us are out of the office today doing very exciting things which we hope to be able to share with you soon! So forgive me if this week’s roundup is a little short, I’m writing it in a last minute rush before I go and help Ms Gingham!

On Polka Dot Groom

Ms Lace keeps us all up to date with the new wedding trend of Gentlemens’ Lounge complete with cigars and cognac

When Odyn married Rebekah he looked particularly dapper in his check hat

Tim shares his wedding day memories of seeing his bride Nicole

On Polka Dot Wisdom

Read all about the Grand Pacific Group which manages such venues as Gunners Barracks and Dunbar House, with Holly Orsman Smith

Hello Blossoms show us their favourite things on Vendor’s Favourites

Andrea from Write Weddings gives us some great tips on writing your wedding vows

A very special moment between father and son, is captured by Ben of Blue Tulip Imaging – as Ben says – …’a rare moment of unscripted humanity..’

Jenna from Lucky Sixpence Events shows us how to start a ‘Wedmin’ folder

On Polka Dot Weddings

Amy and Andrew share their lovely pink and white QLD wedding

Sarah and Paul married at Orange in NSW with a sweet vintage country wedding

Neil and Emma show us their  wedding filled with birds, DIY touches and even a bouquet made from tiny clay flowers

Mindi and Adam share their engagement shoot complete with cupcakes shot by Leisa from White Fluffy Cloud

Ask Ms Polka Dot this month is about taking inspiration from weddings no matter what your budget is

On Polka Dot Made

Etsy Roundup this week showcases some edible favours

Tuesday Type with a flourish – Zaner

Alicia shows us some gorgeous but easy projects with ribbons

Ms Lace shares her yummy Berry Mojito Popsicles

On Polka Dot Honeymoons

Sally and Michael bid farewell to us from the last leg of their honeymoon in Rome

And six things to love about Rome – Ms Gingham shares them here

Around the wedding world this week…

Wedding florist Blond Flores has updated their website with a fresh new look and plenty of gorgeous images! Check it out here.

The Party Studio are holding a hands on DIY workshop for brides to be wanting to learn how to create their very own dessert table for an engagement party, kitchen tea or even wedding. Four talented dessert designers will be there and the course is limited to 12 brides at a time so book early by emailing hello at thepartystudio.com.au

 Wedding Gifts Direct have launched their May Special Offer!   Sign up with Wedding Gifts Direct during the month of May and receive a FREE Eva Solo 1L Carafe valued at $65 OR an Eva Solo 2 Piece Carving Set valued at $195 OR an Eva Solo XO Collection 5 Piece Cookware Set valued at $999! Visit the  Wedding Gifts Direct for more.

A gorgeous wedding video today that I found from Lightfield Lewis. It tells not just the story of the day, but of the couple’s lives!

[vimeo width=”550″ height=”309″]http://vimeo.com/29285965[/vimeo]

 

 

 

COMMENTS
  • Taryn says:
    May 5, 2012 at 2:20 pm

    That has to be the most beautiful and unique wedding video I have ever seen! I couldn’t stop watching. And oh! The Groom’s vows – not a dry eye anywhere <3

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  • Milly Saunders says:
    May 6, 2012 at 3:29 pm

    WOW!! Is the only word i can use the expresses what i think about this video. I have spent hours and days watching wedding videos and see all the different trying and ways they can film and make them more entertaining and how they can captures those moments, those moments of love and family. The way two families come together as one. Lightfield Lewis captures every thing that you want to see. There would be not one person that couldn’t tell me that this video didnt make them smile or cry the hole way throw. This is what a wedding video should be! Amazing and memorable. Thank you so much for putting this up. Best i have ever seen.

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