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As Emma reminisces about her beautiful summer Butterland wedding, she suggests that delegating your wedding planning is a definite “must do”!“Make your husband-to-be organise everything. It takes the stress out of it all! Alex managed a large part of making this day as amazing as it was for me, for our family and for our

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To keep your stress levels under control, allow yourself as much time as possible to plan your wedding as Jane remembers when looking back on the lead up to her relaxed forest wedding.“We only decided on a date with three months to plan the wedding, so my advice is not to plan it with such

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‘Slowly, but surely’ and ‘little by little’; these are often good thoughts to keep in mind as you start to plan your big day as Megan remembers when looking back on her modern city wedding.“The start of the planning process can be quite overwhelming; I found it really helpful to sit down and breakup my

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After all the months of planning, the final lead up to your big day is when the nerves can start to show as Laura remembers from her all white waterside wedding.“It gets very stressful one month before the wedding – just try to enjoy every minute as it goes by so quickly!”Images via gm photographics

Spending “just us” time with your new husband on your wedding day is so special as Kim remembers from her Melbourne industrial wedding.“The day flies by so quickly; make the most of every moment and take the time to stand with your husband and admire what is happening around you.”Images via Jerome Cole

Planning their wedding together will be a wonderful memory that Larissa and Rayne will always treasure as the couple reminisce about their simple Byron Bay wedding.“It was just the two of us making all the decisions, which kept it really simple and ensured we had the kind of wedding that we wanted – really relaxed

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Starting the planning early and not making rushed decisions really helped Eilish enjoy her day as she remembers her 1920’s inspired romantic wedding.“We started planning super early in order to not let the experience become stressful or unenjoyable. It was the best decision we made and allowed us to take the time to ensure we

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Planning your special wedding day is an enjoyable time when you can let your personality shine through as Michele remembers about the lead up to her vintage style art gallery wedding to Will. “Don’t stress, just work out what you want together and enjoy the process. Don’t let others influence you! It’s your day so

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Rather than stressing over decisions, often the best choices are made when you follow your heart and what you know deep down to be right as Jess remembers  about her Sydney restaurant wedding to Dan. “Go with your instinct; I made most of the big decisions – dress, venue etc – based on that ‘goosebump

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After months of planning, enjoying your wedding day should be the Number One thing on your list as Bree remembers following her spring garden estate wedding.“Enjoy every single moment; it is over so quickly so make the most of it and make every last bit count.”“I remember sitting down beside my husband Andrew at our

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Although sometimes overwhelming, it is important to enjoy the time in the lead up to your wedding day as Jackie reminisces about her classic white Carousel wedding to Mark.“Enjoy every moment. Take a deep breath on your wedding day and love every minute.”Images by Bek Smith Photography

Following her heart and making decisions that were truly hers were important to Amy as she planned her National Arboretum wedding to Ben.“Remember… it’s your day! Sometimes planning can get overwhelming when people try to “help” or tell you what they want. At the end of the day, you do what’s best for the two

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After the formalities of the ceremony, your day should be a fun celebration of love as Sam remembers about her relaxed autumn wedding to Dave.“Relax and enjoy yourself; we tried to get most of the traditions completed early so the rest of the night was focused on eating, dancing and having fun.”Images by Eric Ronald

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Your wedding day will go by so fast ; from the time you start to get ready, to walking down the aisle, cutting the cake, taking your first dance to then saying your final farewells – your special day will be over in the blink of an eye!As Alethea remembers about her Italian country inspired

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Whilst there are some traditions that you can choose to follow, planning your wedding to include things that are special to you both as a couple is so important as Michelle remembers about her happy summer wedding to Adam.“We really made the wedding reflect who we are. We didn’t necessarily follow traditional wedding rules. We

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