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Wedding Inspiration

Think of bitter sweet dark chocolate. Just the thought is a treat!Combine with soft baby pink and magnolia white–       With spring green and coral–       With mid green and soft apricot–       With duck egg blue and pearl grey–       With Tiffany blue and blue green and white–       With bronze brown and coral and warm white–       With touches

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A lustrous brown with copper undertones.Combine with deep yellowy cream, pearl grey and touches of chocolate–       With coral, mid apricot and cream–       With deep teal, mid teal and copper–       With coral and touches of pearl grey and chocolate–       With amber,  deep yellowy cream and sand–       With Tiffany blue, ivory and stone–       With copper, chocolate brown

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It’s really exciting to me to see Australian businesses pushing really great ideas out (and allowing me to share them!). Today I get to share with you a beautiful dessert table inspired by the glamour of yesteryear.Kristy at Imbue Weddings sent over today’s gorgeous table. With a colour palette of black and white, Kristy used

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We’re taking a few days off at Polka Dot Bride so we’ll be refreshed and renewed for all of the exciting things we have lined up for you in 2010! There’s no reason to leave you empty handed though, so we’ve compiled a few entries full of great reads we know you’ll enjoy!Check back every

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A soft brown – the colour of….you guessed it ….milk chocolate!Combine with mint green, ivory and touches only of pale blue–     With fresh spring green, white and touches of darker green–     With cherry red, latte and cream–     With robin’s egg blue, bone and latte–     With aqua, dark chocolate, pale grey and ivory–     With deep sky

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Champagne is a beautiful feminine colour to work with, the colour of one of our most favourite drinks can perfectly complement your wedding day.– Combine with cream, ivory and white, add touches (only) of black– With cherry or burgundy– With darker hues of the same colour – darker champagne and apricot– With soft grey blues–

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This moody grey is the colour of storm clouds, the stormy oceanCombine with ivory and cherry red, with touches of deep chocolate– With golden yellow and slate blue and pearl grey– With slate blue and pale blue and ivory– With teal, bright blue and paler grey– With coral and slate blue and cream– With natural

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A delicate misty colour that is almost a neutral – the colour combinations are endless. Here are just a few:Combine with white and black–       With pale pink, ivory and touches of mid grey–       With pale blue, mid grey blue and white–       With mid rose pink and ivory–       With soft yellow, and touches of bronze and

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I have been wanting to add an extra dimension to Polka Dot Bride for a little while. There are discussions that take place off the blog that need to be thrown into the limelight a little more! So off the back of this morning’s book review, I have added an extra voice to the blog.

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It’s time for another fun tablescape  from the terrific trio of Calli of Calli B Photography together with Trudy from Events By Design and Terrianne from Mondo Floral Design .I thought since we featured black as our creative colour, we could look a little more and how to use it to make an impact at

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The colour of a moonless night sky, mysterious, rich and elegant – all in one!Combine with any of the white shades–       With bright colours in combination such as in Russian embroidery–       With single bright colours such as green, hot pink, hot orange, bright deep blue – used in small amounts–       With soft pastel pink and

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Beautiful in all its subtle shades, white is the most popular of bridal colours. The colour most representative of purity and innocence, there is a shade of white to suit everyone.Combine with any colour that takes your fancy.–       With other shades of white, cream and ivory–       With brights–       With pastels–       With dark colours–       With metallic

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A fresh green, appealing for its richness and ability to add intensity to the colours it complements.Combine with milk chocolate and cream–       With deep rose pink and ivory–       With citrus colours – orange, lime and lemon–       With deep rose red, chocolate brown and ivory–       With chocolate, deep coral, apricot and yellow cream–       With smoky purple

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The colour of spring leaves, Granny Smith apples, and the promise of the warm months to come.Combine with smoky purple, plum and cream–       With white and ivory–       With white and black–       With lavender and smoky blue and ivory–       With sky blue and white–       With chocolate brown and ivory–       With apricot, coral and ivory–       With clear

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After Tuesday’s post on the well, endless bar and buffet ideas for your wedding. I thought today’s post could be about how to make your bar come to life! I love that bars and buffets provide a place for guests to congregate, have a bit of a giggle over sweet treats and perhaps hide a

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