Happy Monday Dotties! We are so close to the end of the year and we’re making plenty of lists and checking them twice!
As we start the countdown to Christmas there’s still plenty of wedding excitement in store on Polka Dot Bride. To help you plan your dream wedding, check out Ms Polka Dot’s Directory and we’re sure you’ll find the perfect vendor just for you. We have Catering, we have Cinematography, we have Hair & Beauty and Stationery & Paper Goods – we even have Bridal Gown Services and Menswear! Our vendors are a fabulous bunch of people – always ready to ensure your wedding day is as perfect as can be.
Check out Ms Polka Dot’s Directory for wedding vendors who will love your wedding as much as you!
Capturing the little moments is something that Georgia of Georgia Wiggs Photography especially loves. There’s nothing like raw emotion captured in an image to tell a story, and these are images you’ll look at time and again and relive those special moments. How can you not treasure these moments with stories to tell future generations!
We asked Georgia of Georgia Wiggs Photography five questions in five minutes:
What is your favourite after five drink?
A nice refreshingly cold cider is always my after work go to- something like a James squire Orchard crush cider- not too sweet but not too tart!
Your favourite weekend getaway?
Living down on the Mornington Peninsula I love being able to go down and relax at the beach – along the Mt Martha coastline there are some incredibly beautiful secret spots – such as the Pillars! Where you can either jump into the sea from the picturesque cliff edge or simply relax and listen to some great music.
At the moment I can’t get enough of Fonda– it probably helps that it’s a mere walk from my studio space and my go-to for a quick Friday night bite.
What can we find you eating for breakfast on a Sunday morning?
To be honest- for me Sundays are often about knuckling down, doing a bit of editing/admin Or even recovering from a long Saturday wedding! But on the odd occasion that I make it out for breakfast, I’d probably go to Pop’s cafe in Mt Eliza 🙂
Your favourite wedding story?
This would have to be one of the surprise weddings. Trevor and Jina had her parents flown over from Korea for their engagement party, a few days before they’d organised an informal lunch for the two families to get to know each other – little did they know but Trevor and Jina were actually getting married that day in front of their 12 nearest and dearest!
The look on her father’s face when he realised he would be walking his daughter down the aisle in a matter of seconds is something I’ll never forget! (See Georgia’s gorgeous images above!)