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British Isles

Blessed with spectacular scenery, it’s a fantastic choice for nature-loving couples seeking an outdoorsy honeymoon. But, with an abundance of castles, moors, valleys and glens across the region it can be difficult to know where to start your adventures! So, if you’re short on time, try using Edinburgh as a base from which to tick

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Waking up on a weekend my first thought is always a sigh of relief and a smile that my bride got the weather she was hoping for! Thankfully that happens more now I live in Sydney than designing in London! As a wedding dress designer I can’t help but become entwined in the organising and

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Ailsa & Duncan Ailsa and Duncan’s sweet English wedding was in every sense of the word traditional- a ceremony in a church and a reception in the nearby church hall. But with their fun personalities, Ailsa and Duncan managed to turn the traditional into something whimsical- balloons, streamers and plenty of ice cream.Today’s beautiful wedding shots

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Jacqueline and RickyOn the eve of St Patrick’s Day, I thought we’d take a little spin across the oceans and devour this incredible Irish wedding! The landscape and architecture are so beautifully Irish and a beautiful way to lead into one of the happiest cultural days of the year!Jacqueline recalls how she met her husband.

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Timmy and VictoriaTimmy and I are both from the same town in Ireland. We first met at a mutual friend’s birthday party when we were 16 years old – we have known eachother for almost 12 years! We dated for about a year when we were still in school and it wasn’t until 5 years

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Ali and LeeSometimes, love is just the tip of the iceberg for a completely awesome wedding and by that I mean, not only are Ali and Lee madly in love with a beautiful story to tell, but they had their wedding reception in a teepee. Yes, a teepee and for that reason alone, they themselves

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Sara and RuebenA hop, skip and jump across the pond today to London for s beautiful English wedding! Our couple today, Sara and Rueben incorporate their own flair into their day- including Sara’s Buddhist wedding traditions.Sara explains how she met Rueben. “I am a Practice Nurse and Rueben was a one off patient at the

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Kurtis and HeidiOn April 8th, 2011 Kurtis and I “tied the knot” at Mainistir Chiaráin – the ancient monastic lands of St Ciarán’s Monastery, Mainistir, Inis Mór. Inis Mór is the largest of the Aran Islands off the coast of Ireland. Our ceremony was performed by Dara Molloy, a Celtic priest and monk who belongs

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I love these pretty English details! It’s quite a tradition isn’t it? Between Australians and the English- we banter about Cricket, we backpack on each other’s shores and we all love beer.Naomi arrived to the ceremony in a horse and carriage which transported the couple to the reception. Guests were transported in a vintage bus

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Naomi and RobinIt’s rare that we receive a lovely English wedding to feature on Polka Dot Bride, so I am excited about todays!Although Naomi and Robin are British and married in a England, they reside together in Australia from where they planned the wedding, so the wedding was filled with sweet Australian details! Naomi and

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