Friday Roundup

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Photo by  Bulb Creative Co via How To Nail A Tropical Wedding Theme

Happy Friday Dotties! Boy has it been hot this week, so it’s pretty lucky that we’re going into sunshine filled weekend so the summer lovers can make the most off it! We’ve been jam-packing our pages full of wedding inspiration this week, let’s take a look!

Five ways to personalise your save the dates

Talking wedding ceremonies with much-loved celebrant Robyn Pattison

Actually achievable new years resolutions for the groom to be

Summer styling with Dave’s groom style

Exploring beautiful cool blues for a Summer wedding

How to nail a tropical wedding theme

A lovely little Lyall- A Review Of The Lyall Hotel

Steph’s wedding day advice

Whip up this bloody moon cocktail

Make these gorgeous copper and babies breath wreaths

12 Unique new wedding venues in Australia

Grace Loves Lace is hosting a very special Melbourne sample sale on the 9th of February in Melbourne.  Register your free ticket here to pick up beautiful gowns at heavily discounted prices for your own special day.

Want to win an elopement? A team of Melbourne wedding vendors are teaming up to give away a $15k elopement package at Thornbury Bowls Club. Everything from the photography to the cool retro venue the flowers and styling is included! Click the link to enter.

Love the beautiful gowns of designer Rachel Gilbert? The designer is hosting two intimate bridal showcases for Sydney & Melbourne brides. Brides to be will enjoy an hour-long consultation to buy modern silhouettes from the FW19 collection, as well as a chance preview and pre-order SS19 styles. Sydney brides can make appointments from the 27th Feb- 1st of March, while it’s Melbourne’s turn between March 7th-10th. Book your place here.

Let’s end the week with a little old school jazz thanks to the cool cats at Orlando Combo. Jazz is so much a favourite of ours at weddings and these guys create the most beautiful background (and dance!) tunes.

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