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Think about a bride’s never-ending “to do” list. Flowers, dress, cars  – check. Photographer, honeymoon, makeup  – check. Now add in the fact that we live in 2016, with the ever-growing social media train of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Snapchat, and all of a sudden brides have a few more decisions to make. #exhaustion. Yes,

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When looking back on her beautiful relaxed country garden wedding, Nikita remembers that is important for her and Hugh to include others in the wedding planning and to accept help when it is offered!“Please delegate and relax when the day comes. Mind you, we still had so much to do on the morning of the

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As Ashtyn looks back on her fun garden wedding, she remembers that the most important thing was just to be relaxed and enjoy every little thing about the day.“Be true to yourselves and your own style! If both of you are relaxed and having fun, everyone else will be too!”Images by We Are Alchemy

As Brea looks back on her elegant winery wedding, she remembers that spending time alone with Jay after the ceremony to reflect on the significance of the day was so special.“Make time to spend alone with your partner during the day’s festivities and take a moment to breathe it all in. It truly is the

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After her beautiful Lord Howe Island destination wedding, Paula remembers how special it was for her and Brendan to just relax and enjoy their day.“Just love the moment, don’t sweat the small stuff and enjoy your day.”Images by Sarah Christensen

As Vanessa looks back on her Stones of the Yarra Valley wedding, she remembers that asking family and friends to help out with tasks was a great way to get more of her loved ones involved in the wedding planning – as well as taking a bit of pressure off her!“My advice is a bit

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As Erin looks back on her romantic winery wedding, she remembers how important it was to focus on what she and Manning wanted for their special day.“The biggest advice I could give when planning for a wedding would be to make sure that as a couple you stay true to who you are. It’s so

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Being able to relax and enjoy her big day without getting too stressed was important to Zoe as she looks back on her quirky cafe wedding.“My advice to other brides is don’t sweat the small stuff. I remember being really stressed about some minor detail, and Mark said to me “The only thing that really

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Naomi remembers it is important to relax and just enjoy the day as it unfolds as she looks back on her botanical inspired wedding.“Take it easy – regardless of what happens, it’s the best day of your life, because on that day everyone is happy just for you.”Images by Lucy Leonardi

Following her romantic beachside wedding, Jess remembers, above everything else, that the most important thing is that you are marrying the person that is so very special to you.“Don’t stress! It will all work out on the day. If something goes wrong, it doesn’t matter! What’s important is that you are marrying the one you

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Thinking back on her colourful winery wedding, Fiona remembers that your special day is the start of a new beginning and you should try not to worry too much about the “little details”.“Argh! You will probably stress out about everything  (especially during the week of the wedding)! But don’t worry…the moment you walk down that

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On your wedding day, it’s important to relax and enjoy the beautiful moments as Bea remembers as she looks back on her urban industrial wedding.“Don’t take the planning too seriously. On the morning of your wedding, detach yourself from all things planning and live in the moment for this one special day.”Images by Jonathan Ong

As Claire reminisces about her elegant Quat Quatta wedding, she suggests that you should try to keep the day before your wedding as a time to sit back and relax.“Plan and pay for things nice and early so when your wedding is near you have time to spend with all of your friends and family, especially

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As Bec looks back on her rustic elegance country wedding, she remembers that when she started thinking about her gorgeous theme and what to include, it was important to start early.“I know it is easier said than done, but get the preparation done early and go with the flow.”

When you start to plan your wedding, it’s important to ‘keep it simple’ and not include too many things that might be ‘over the top’ as Emily remembers as she looks back on her bright winery wedding.“We had the most stress-free and enjoyable day because that how we intended it to be. We didn’t want anything

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