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Images by Leo Farrell Photography via Edwina and Tom’s Geelong At Home WeddingWhilst the original versions of classic wedding songs, recorded by the artists that made those songs famous, will add a certain style to your wedding, there are quite a number of beautifully updated and modern interpretations that can give a refreshing lift to

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Image by Farrah Allen via Melanie and Adam’s Rustic Country WeddingWhen I ask my couples how they envision their wedding day, the most common answer I receive is “fun and memorable”. Unfortunately far too many entertainers limit their definition of fun to mean just music and dancing. Did you know that a great entertainer will

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Image via Melbourne Hit ParadeMy two greatest loves are music and food apart from my husband and daughter of course! These two loves were my main priority when planning my own wedding. I’d performed at hundreds of weddings before mine as Melbourne Hit Parade – the band I run and sing in – so I

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There’s just nothing like a live band to bring energy to a special event, and this week’s interview is with Orlando Combo, a well known Melbourne band with a smooth jazz/rhythm & blues/soul/Motown sound. Playing at varied events from the AFL Grand Final to the Spring Racing Carnival and a weekly gig at Botanical Hotel

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What an ice-breaker a photobooth is – and Kate and her team  from In The Booth have created a great experience, where you really can be as silly as you like and yet take quality pictures. Not your normal shabby, not chic, mall photobooth of old, In The Booth provides booths that are clean,  spacious

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Image by Fi Mims Photography via Annaliese and Trevor’s Summer Garden WeddingWeddings are beautiful. Period! Some are extravagant, others DIY and everything in between. But each is memorable for different reasons – including the choice of wedding performers.Many couples plan to use their choice of music or wedding band as a memorable part of their

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The sounds of a harp playing as your guests are waiting for your ceremony to start, and as you walk down the aisle, creates one of the first memories of your wedding day. Megan from Melbourne Harp Music plays everything from classical music to your favourite love songs – whatever you choose, the lilting sounds

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Images via Angie & Joel’s Wedding At Bells KillcareHair and makeup, the dress, the flowers and of course the food and drinks – all of these elements of a wedding reception are considered essential topics when it comes to wedding planning, but it’s interesting how far down the list people often put wedding reception music. It’s

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Jenna and James’ Coral Orange Wedding Image by Welsch PhotographyYour friends are all around you. The people you hold dearest have cameras ready to  capture lasting memories. You step out under a mirror ball, ready to leap into the arms of the person you’ve only just said ‘I do’ to; ready to dance for the

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“Polkadot + Moonbeam is a pocket-sized jazz duo that brings a romantic twist to the unassuming ukulele, adding a swinging bass, two voices in sweet harmony and the occasional melodica.” So begins the story of Polkadot + Moonbeam – a couple dedicated to music and the pleasure it brings. And if you like to swing

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One of the things I love best about playing music at weddings is learning tunes selected by the couple for their wedding ceremony or first dance. It’s certainly labour-intensive, but it’s actually super heart-warming to see a couple of lovebirds misting up to their favourite special song! And I occasionally get a re-education about my

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 The talented duo of James Tudball and Nick Rieve the principals of The White Tree provide photography, live music and cinematography for weddings and events. With headquarters in Sydney and Melbourne (but, as you will read, their real office boundaries are ‘the world’), all this creativity under one roof must make for a dynamic and

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Image via Ivory JunctionThe type of music you choose for your wedding is one of the best ways to inject your big day with you and your partner’s personality. A perfectly selected song can convey your feelings better than a thousand words ever could, for example, we know one bride and groom who had the

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Are all wedding bands the same? No!!A good band (or DJ) can make or break your wedding. After all the effort and money invested in creating the day of your dreams it is important to keep the effort up when choosing the group who will largely be in control of the atmosphere at your wedding.

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  Singing in the shower is as far as I would go to treat people to my melodious voice (really??), but for our guest today, Tom Barton of Mr Boutique, singing is part of who he is, part of his DNA. He lives and breathes music, singing different styles from Jazz to contemporary music all guaranteed

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