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Photo by Ruby Yeo  from Our Perth Picnic Wedding

Happy Friday Dotties! What are you up to this weekend? Any wedding related tasks at hand? Weddings to go to? Marriages to start?

This Week On Polka Dot Weddings

Polka Dot Weddings is the blog where real brides write about their weddings and share their experiences. Inspiration abounds so click on each image to read more.

   

 

1.Shoe Crush Sunday – Lavender 2.Real Wedding ~ Our Urban Melbourne Wedding 3.Real Wedding ~ Michelle and Jay’s Elegant Manila Church Wedding 4.Real Wedding ~ Our Perth Picnic Wedding 5. Ask Ms Polka Dot- The Tale Of Three Ceremonies

 

 

This Week On Polka Dot Wisdom

Polka Dot Wisdom is a treasure trove of advice, news and wedding planning tips! Written by wedding professionals you could almost plan your whole wedding by following this, the wisest of all blogs! Click on the images to read more.

   

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1.What Would They Know? Bianca and Aja of Liana Raine Artisan Pops 2Vendor’s Favourites – The White Tree.3.Tulipomania – What Makes The Tulip Special 4.The Real Value of Wedding Photography 5. Meet Saundra Hadley, our guest for Project Innovate 2012!

 

This Week On Polka Dot Made

Polka Dot Made is your source for all things handmade including weekly DIY projects to make for your wedding or engagement.

   

1.Etsy Roundup ~ Marshmallow Sweets 2.Tuesday Type – Parfait 3.DIY Chalkboard Projects


This week on Polka Dot Honeymoons

The wedding is over, the dust has settled and now it’s time to get away from it all! Find resort reviews, inspiration and real honeymoons every week on Polka Dot Honeymoons.

 

1.Melissani Cave Kefalonia 2.Megan and Andrew’s Stradbroke Island Destination Wedding


 

This week on Polka Dot Groom

Polka Dot Groom is dedicated to all things groom. Inspiration, advice and style for the Australian groom.

   

1.The Vintage Groom ~ Style Inspiration 2 Justin’s wedding memory.3. Swish style with groom Brenton 

 


Around the wedding world this week….

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We are finally able to announce the winner of our Dunlin Home competition! A big congratulations to Sarah C. Sarah I will be in touch today for your details!

Perth Wedding Upmarket  is on again on Saturday, August 25th! Full of creative Perth wedding vendors, the market includes everything from cake artisans, photographers to stationery!. Check out our events calender for wedding events around the country!

Delicious Sydney sweets and treats creator Loomas have launched their macaron towers, making them available for weddings! They’re such a yummy option if you still want something sweet but aren’t a cake fan! Check out their website for more.

If you love photobooths then perhaps this save the date idea is for you! Flashback Photobooths are offering a save the date special where you can create a photo strip to send to your family and friends telling them of your wedding date! Contact them for more information!

I have had this tab open for weeks and weeks and weeks and keep forgetting to share it. Jessica Hirsche is one of my favourite designers (love, love her typography) and you must check out her wedding website she created with her designer friends after her engagement. It’s awesome- see it here!

Blue Tulip Imaging have shot this really beautiful video of an Australian engagement shoot they did. I like the feeling of it!

[vimeo width=”550″ height=”309″]http://vimeo.com/46220679[/vimeo]

COMMENTS
  • Antique engagement rings says:
    August 10, 2012 at 12:02 pm

    I love the save the date photos!

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  • Erin says:
    August 10, 2012 at 12:40 pm

    I love Jess & Russ’s site so much..

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  • Ms Stripey says:
    August 10, 2012 at 12:48 pm

    Jessica and Russ – just loved your gorgeously creative and quirky site – all the best for a very happy (and quirky) future!

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  • Spencer says:
    August 14, 2012 at 9:26 am

    Loving that Macaron Tower! How awesome.

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