Friday Roundup

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Photo by  Elske Photography via Keller’s Brisbane Celeb-Style Proposal Story

Happy Friday and the happy first week of The Proposal Issue! Talk about feeling the buzz as we wrap up the first week of everything proposals. From sparkling jewels to magic moments, we’re just a little in love! Let’s dive into this week’s roundup!

If you want to whip up a sweet treat for your proposal these dark chocolate and whiskey truffles will make anyone say yes!

The Proposal Issue Is Here!

Off to Prague for this post-wedding shoot- how romantic!

Loved this gorgeous Brisbane proposal as told by the groom himself!

7 important things to do after you get engaged

Lucie’s gorgeous wisdom for brides to be

Ren & Emily’s sweet Sydney proposal story

How to propose in NYC– with the experts!

Chatting wedding photography with the lovely Hannah Photography

We meet Georgie Brooks and her magic Australian designed and made rings

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.

In Perth and stuck with your wedding ceremony? Two of Perth’s favourite celebrities are running Ceremony “Feels” a workshop at Perth City Farm to help you out! There will be some of your favourite vendors to ask questions of, plenty of ceremony inspiration and even a mock ceremony to witness. Why not have a day out for the most important part of your wedding day? Visit this link for more info!

The brand new Tanya Anic, The Stars collection is launching and the team are holding a party for you to celebrate! On Saturday 22nd September brides to be can preview the collection, meet Tanya and enjoy bubbles and special prizes all day long. Check the website for more.

Need a bit of toe-tapping this Friday? The crew  at Club Band have it in spades with their rendition of “Shake it Off”.

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