Friday Roundup

by | Blog News, Bride


Photo by Dan Evans Photography  via Ash and Doug’s Rustic McLaren Vale Wedding

Happy Friday Dotties! We are counting down the days until The Proposal Issue kicks off and we can’t wait! A month of all things sparkly and champagne corks popping? Count us in! So this week, as we see the end of August and winter we roundup all our favourite posts.

Ever thought about combining a love of music with your honeymoon? We have the best places to honeymoon for music lovers!

5 Pretty cocktails for Spring!

Talking buds and blooms with the talented flower queen Gillian Pollard

A last hurrah to the cold with this flower-filled shoot

Top tips for creating a wedding website

5 Wedding DIY tutorials for a fun unique wedding that you can create yourself!

On a budget but want a tropical honeymoon? These experts are sharing their budget-friendly Tahiti tips!

Want a grand setting for your wedding? The Plaza Ballroom ticks all the boxes (and we have all the details!)

Adore everything about this Mcclaren Vake wedding (pizza for dinner thanks!!)

Lisa Gowing is hosting a relocation sale on September 8th at her Edgecliff studio. There’ll be up to 70% off on her beautiful gowns with a minimum of 40-70% off everything! so hop on over and email [email protected] to book your appointment.

Perth couples! Lamonts Bishop House is hosting an open day on September 30th. Head to the venue to see beautiful styling setups, live music, food & drink and plenty of great giveaways! Find more details on their website.

Helen Rodrigues are holding their annual Spring clearance from August 30th until September 1st.

Head to Sincerely Brides  (upstairs from Home Property Agents) 1A, 211 Ben Boyd Road Neutral Bay) to pick up heavily discounted gowns from Elie Saab, Inbal Dror, Monique Lhuillier, Jenny Packham, Oscar de la Renta, Zuhair Murad, Claire Pettibone and Alexandra Grecco. Prices start from $1500 and further info can be found on the website.

Continuing the love stories with this amazing wedding captured by Tin Drum at the beautiful Wendy Whiteley garden. That magic location is just the beginning!


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