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 Today we meet Rebecca of the imaginatively named business Green Scarf Girl. Her first love is hair and makeup, and she combines this with a cute little store where you can browse the many vintage items, while waiting for your beauty appointment. The shop concept is based on the 1960’s salon, with mini high tea’s being

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 Tim and RosieTim and I were married on 24 November 2012 in our hometown of Bombala, on the southern Monaro, NSW.We met in 2005 through my best friend, and after a few encounters we went from ‘drinking buddies’ to best friends and soul mates. My first impression was that Tim was lots of fun and

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 Julia and AdamI think what I adore most about Julia and Adam’s engagement shoot (captured by Stephen Govel) is how much fun the newly engaged couple had.  I love an engagement shoot that is full of silly faces, cracking up with laughter and generally hanging out together because that is after all what many a

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Image from Ebony & Andrew’s Wedding by Marzena WasilewskaToday is the winter solstice in Australia, a day I love because I adore everything about the cold dark days of Winter. With a nod to our lovely moon, this afternoon we’re diving into using the moon as part of your wedding inspiration. Particularly stylish with the

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 Image and Custom Pegs from Custom CaoAlmost exactly four months to go! Everything everyone says is true – the time absolutely flies. I’ve been engaged for nearly a year and in that time, pretty much everything has been planned. I have adored every aspect of it (aside from printing the envelopes for the invitations –

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We love a multi-cultural wedding here at Polkadot Central, especially when we get to showcase a Groom with an outfit change! At Marlinna & Josh’s Multicultural Sydney Wedding two cultures were celebrated, with a nod to the Bride’s Cambodian heritage.The groom and groomsmen wore suits from Indochino Italy, with Josh sporting a fab purple and white checked

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Jasmin & Terry’s Vintage Glamour and Travel Themed Wedding Image by Dezine by MauroIt appears the world is going Art-Deco crazy, and we’re no different here at Polka Dot Central! We’re big fans of the instantly-recognisable architecture and shapes of this gorgeous era, and we’re seeing some of the most breath-taking classic weddings incorporating the theme. A

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Happy Friday Dotties! Let’s have some fun and let me in on your wedding plans because I am a sticky beak and like to know details.. just ask my about to get married friends!I love seeing how couples decorate their wedding receptions and I’d love to know what you’re doing for your table centrepieces- are

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Ingredients:50ml of COINTREAU20ml Fresh lime juice50ml cold black tea4 Fresh mint leaves50ml of soda waterGarnish: Fresh mint leavesMethod:In a boston shaker: add Cointreau, tea, lime juice and mint leaves. Fill with ice.Shake until the metal tin is frosted. Strain into the glass over ice, and top off with soda water. Garnish with mint leaves.Recipe and

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I loved sharing Charlene and Jason’s Bright Citrus wedding earlier today and I like it even better knowing I can share their wedding film captured by Novae Films this afternoon![vimeo width=”550″ height=”309″]https://vimeo.com/55325955[/vimeo]

Charlene & JasonToday’s wedding is a mix of tradition, of a beautiful garden ceremony and and an urban, warehouse reception filled with the brightest of citrus tones. It speaks to the love of design of the newlyweds and their lives as they intertwine.The couple answered our questions together, so let’s kick it off with their

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A pretty nifty little idea that leaves so much room to customize your cake display. Decorate your cake with swirls, flowers, hearts or whatever you like. If you have a theme then you can incorporate this into the design (eg. for travel you could have planes and trains). Is someone special making your cake for

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What a delight to have today’s guest with us – I’m a huge fan of her travel ethos. The lovely Caroline, who has two blogs, Caroline in the City, her personal travel blog, and This Is My South, a travel guide to the southern United States, is an advocate for ‘slow travel’, spending two weeks (or

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