Friday Roundup

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Photo by Shannon McDonald Photography from Groom Style – James

 Sun! Welcome back to Melbourne, and I’m sure many other states are enjoying the warmer turn! No longer will I have to gaze adoringly at destination weddings or exotic honeymoon locations, it’ll be time to pop on a hat and get outdoors. After heading to the country the weekend just gone, to enjoy the local farmer’s markets and natural waterfalls, I caught the nature bug and can’t wait to explore more of the local areas we take for granted in our hometown! Where do you love to go that’s local to you? Any secret spots to share?

Here’s our share this week – the Friday Roundup! Plenty to see, enjoy and inspire – enjoy!

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. Real Engagement ~ An Enchanting Engagement at the Melbourne Aquarium

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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.


1.What Would They Know? Megan Reeve of Melbourne Harp Music

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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 ~ Glass Candle Holders 2. Tuesday Type – Peaches and Cream 3. DIY Tutorial – Rose Petal Homemade Vinegar

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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. Expert Honeymoon Advice –Lights, Camera, Action! Top 5 Getaways to Famous Movie Locations

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This week on Polka Dot Groom

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


1. Expert Groom Style Advice – Understanding the Complex World of Wedding Dress Codes for Men 2. Real Groom Style –  James


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There are hundreds of wonderful designers in Western Australia, but the best of the best are sometimes hard to unearth.  The upcoming Wedding Upmarket is about connecting brides-to-be with local designers to create a truly personalised, custom and handcrafted wedding to ensure your event is in a league of its own.  Meet the designers, peruse their wares and discuss how they can help or inspire you to create your own custom wedding!

When: Saturday 23rd August 2014

Time: 10am to 3pm

Where: University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall Undercroft

Entry: Free

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The gorgeous Cristina Re is holding a huge Clearance Sale of her creative ranges from Thursday 21st to Saturday 23rd August at the Cristina Re Outlet, Ground Floor 30-34 Oxford St Collingwood, Melbourne.

With prices starting at $1 and nothing over $30, they have up to 80% off a huge range of Lifestyle products, including 24ct gold trimmed high tea ware, designer DIY stationery, home office and bath & body. Sounds fantastic – take a large handbag!

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Don’t miss this huge last day in Melbourne to purchase a stunning Suzanne Harward gown. Off to Sydney next – so Melbourne brides get in before they do! All gowns are 50-80% off, stating at just $800! Samples available in sizes 6-14 (mainly 8 & 10), however stock is limited.

No need to call and make an appointment for Saturday August 23 , from 9am – 3pm at their store on 334 Malvern Road, Prahran

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Our film of the week is the gorgeous wedding of Kassi and Josh, captured by the talented team at Motion Art, – we just love the mint bridesmaid dresses and the sharp navy groomsmen’s suits! Enjoy the joy!


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