Friday Roundup

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Photo by  Smokey Oscar via Lauren & Tyson’s Food & Gin “Feast-ival” Wedding

Happy Feast Issue Dotties! We are so excited to spend an entire month talking about all things tasty and delicious! We have kicked off the month with foodie-inspired weddings, inspiration and advice, follow along for all the month’s fun here and scroll down as we catch up on the week that was

The Feast Issue Is here!

Talking wedding hair and makeup with Melbourne legendary artist Vivian Ashworth.

Best places to go for your foodie inspired honeymoon!

Nicks relaxed Italian inspired groom style

So delighted to share the foodie inspired wedding of Melbourne food blogger foodiemelboure

Stay in the bush and consider Toowoomba for your honeymoon- here’s why it needs to be on your list!

Food for thought- do you need to ask the bride’s father before you propose?

A guide to the perfect dessert table by one of our very own bakers

Grace Loves Lace is hosting an online sample sale! Head to their website to pick up a bargain. The sale has up to 30% off beautiful gowns, in mint condition used as marketing samples.  Click to shop!

Looking for a fun idea for a pre-wedding party? On Sunday 17th of November, The Butler in Potts Point is hosting a very special event! illustrator Sally Spratt of The Lust List is hosting a “Brunch + Brush” workshop where you’ll enjoy an Ibero-American brunch grazing station alongside 2-hours of bottomless Lillet Spritz cocktails. Then, while you;r feasting, you’ll be able to create your very own beautiful sketch and paint illustration under Sally’s expert guidance. Click for more info.

Sunday 16th November sees the beginning of two weeks of the Peter Trends sample sale! The sale will be held at the brand’s head office- Level 1, 98 Pacific Highway Roseville in NSW. Pick up your wedding gown at a wonderfully discounted price- Book your spot here.

Orlando Combo is the go-to band you need to book if you want a little old school big band style. Evidence? Their take on this old vintage favourite. Dare you to not toe tap to this one!

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