One thing that makes me proud to be Australian is the different cultures that we get to experience- a giant melting pot if you will. Today’s wedding is a beautiful mix of Arabic and English traditions right in the heart of one of Australia’s most iconic cities- Sydney.The newlyweds met while Michelle was working in
Nadi and SpiroToday’s couple Nadi and Spiro had a jam packed two week wedding extravaganza – truly a feast for the eyes and the senses culminating in a Melbourne ceremony. Today though, I’m going to share their Mauritius Hindu ceremonies which are completely amazing in their vibrant colours, drama and beauty.Today’s photographs are by James
Julie and PaulIf you’re a long time reader of Polka Dot Bride, you might remember a board I created last year for Bride Julie (Julie’s Nautical Jubilee). Well today I am so beyond thrilled to see her ideas and creations come to life! Julie is the biggest sweetheart and I feel honoured to have followed
Anna and JoshOh I loved today’s wedding when I set eyes on it- the fusion of two cultures came together in such an imaginative and vibrant way. Our newlyweds? Well they’re not just childhood sweethearts – they met in kindergarten!Anna recalls, “Josh and I first met when we were five: in the same Kindergarten class!
Geetha and AndrewA true feast for the eyes this Monday afternoon- what a way to kick off a beautiful week on Polka Dot Bride! Geetha and Andrew married in a traditional Hindu wedding in Sydney earlier this year and this wedding? Well there is a soft spot in my heart for the glorious beauty of