Friday Roundup

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Photo by  Everly Studios via Kavisha & Hamish’s Romantic Central Park Elopement in New York City

We’re saying a fond farewell to The Bridesmaid issue today, the month where everything changed and the world felt slightly off its axis. We, as a team are thankful to be attuned to working at home – we’ve always worked this way and we’re old pros. We’ve all been joined by husbands and children and family members as we bunker down together. We’re working hard to bring you all the wedding inspiration we can, with plenty of ideas to see you through your own isolation journey. So let’s get into this week!

All you need to know about hiring a band for your wedding with Melbourne Entertainment Co.

New York, we can’t wait until this is open – especially because of elopements like this!

All the trends you need to know for bridesmaid dresses

5 tips for being the best bridesmaid or brides-man 

Adoring every moment of this blissful country wedding

We love a good night in, and we’ve got the cocktails you need to make to prove it! 

Opera Australia is putting on “Great Operas Hits” and if you’re sitting at home thinking that would be a wonderful place to propose, oh you’re right! They’ve released a special proposal package which gives you the chance to pop the question right on stage (plus of course, you’ll have two tickets to the show and even a drink on arrival for those pre-popping nerves!)  Find out more here.

We’re all at home so Grace Loves Lace has moved their annual sample sale online! Shop a huge range of beautiful gowns discounted up to 50%. All gowns are available to purchase online and ship anywhere! Get a head start on 2021! Grace Loves Lace make all their gowns in Australia, so their lead times are not affected by the pandemic!

We’ve talked about love at the opera, but what about love on the Sydney Harbour Bridge? The Bridge Climb team have just launched the ultimate romantic package called Climb, Graze & Gaze – there’s a bridge climb, a picnic,  and of course, bubbles to celebrate! This is a great one to consider for a romantic proposal once they reopen! More details here.


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