Happy Friday Dotties! I have a big day ahead of me but I am looking forward to getting some life list items ticked off my list. How are you? What lists are you ticking this weekend?
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Peter Rowland are holding an open day this Saturday, 28th of February at Melbourne Museum! Head to the museum from 10am-3pm to see the caterer’s favourite wedding suppliers and get a sneak peek at how you can have your wedding at a fantastic museum!
A big congratulations to the winner of our Win A $5650 Styling & Floral Package From Miss Mooi Wedding & Events and Wedding & Events Floral Designer, Floretta
A big congratulations to Jessica Jacques! We will be in touch with more details shortly!
There is a very romantic, almost nostalgic feel about this week’s wedding film from The Smile Factory Film. Aleesha of Smile Factory tells ” Never have we filmed a more heartfelt wedding than Leah and Scott’s.
Scott’s first wife died of cancer in 2010 and he was left with two daughters, aged 2 and 4, he met Leah who also had a daughter and they fell in love and had a son. Their wedding was not just really about them, it was about their whole family. With each of the girls participating in the vows, you can see this briefly in their film, when they all lock down a padlock together.
My favourite part is at the end when one of the daughters is dancing in the father/daughter dance with her late mum’s father.”