Friday Roundup

by | Blog News, Bride


Photo by Zoe McMahon Photography via Emily and Stephen’s Secret Garden Blue Mountains Wedding

A big warm welcome to you Dotties on the dawn of The Italy Issue! We decided what better way to warm our souls than with a little Italian Sunshine? Follow along on this page here for all the Italian fun as we explore everything to do with Italian weddings and honeymoons!

We’ve been stuck in our offices keeping warm this week (though did you see the gorgeous dinner we got to enjoy at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel with The Daily Edited? SO divine, That La Dolce Vita table? Our favourite of course! Catch it via our story highlights!). This week’s roundup is a little one as we gear into Italian content, so I’ve added some of my favourites from around the web to the mix!

Welcome to The Italy Issue!

Dreaming of an Italian honeymoon? Read up on our locals guide to Panicale, Umbria!

A look at luxe Italian footwear for the groom

Top tips to get you wedding expo prepared!

Whip up one of our favourite Italian cocktails- the Aperol Spritz!

The beautiful secret garden wedding of Emily & Stephen

Ever wondered how to elope to Australia? Our Brisbane City Celebrants have all the facts for you!

How gorgeous are these mini Italian cannoli cakes? We have the recipe!

Lisa Gowing shares a small, but important task for your wedding day!

The most important factor- how to ensure your dance floor is pumping all night long

Elsewhere around the web…

How a wedding blogger finds her wedding dress (and a big congrats to Danielle who just tied the knot last weekend!)

If you’re as big a fun of Negronis as I, I hope you’re checking out Negroni Week (it’s for a good cause!)

Don’t forget to enter to win this Glasshouse Candle!

The perfect balm for wedding stress – at home date night.

In my dreams I am surrounded by tutus every single day like this soul

I don’t know about you, but I need all the happiness this week and this fun pop medley from our friends at Baker Boys Band is just the ticket! Turn it up and kick back!



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