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Image via Fiona Vail PhotographyA destination wedding conjures up many images in the imagination. Most of them exotic, intriguing and romantic. In reality, planning a destination wedding is often where many couples come back down to earth with a thud. ‘How is this going to work!? Shall we just elope?’.This is where an experienced planner

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If there is one marriage made in heaven, it’s Tasmania and apples. And what better way to warm up your winter bones, than with our homage to the apple isle with our apple cider whiskey cocktail?For this one, we wanted to honour all that we love about Tasmania. We’re combining apple cider (we used one

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Image by Hubert and Dan There’s something very special about a Tasmanian wedding. You could get married by a convict ruin or in a canyon at Cradle Mountain. Say your “I Dos” amid the treetops or in the depths of a strange museum, a grand Cathedral or community hall. There’s a place and space for the

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Liv & BecBollywood flash mobs, bowling clubs, sequinned jackets. Tasmania might be known for its stunning scenery, but as of today, let it be known for its the ability to host a fun and colourful celebration. Because for Liv and Bec? There was nothing less than a bucket load of fun as they made their

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Maddy & GerardAlthough we know Tasmania truly shines during winter, there is no doubt that this island knows a thing or two about the beauty of Summer too. “We wanted a low key, no fuss wedding that celebrated just us. We didn’t want bells & whistles we wanted each other & nature,” explains Maddy. “We

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Amy & CameronTasmania has put on all kinds of shows for us this month. From intimate celebrations by mountains to something modern and glam and today? Amy and Cameron’s backyard bonanza is evidence of a State that knows how to throw a party. Firstly, let’s talk about Amy’s ah-mah-zing embroidered wedding gown (Needle & Thread for

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Image by  Leah Cruikshank Photography via Jessica & Casey’s Romantic Rustic Gabbinbar Homestead WeddingTassie’s long autumn days and mild summers make it among the best places in the world for grape growing and wine making! With so many beautiful local offerings, it’s difficult to know where to start when choosing the wines for your wedding. What goes with what? And

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Image via MONAWhether you’re all over boring hens parties, a few are pregnant and can’t fathom another stripper or maybe you’re all just keen for an excuse to get your girl gang together for a trip away, Hobart is a great place and has something for everyone.My ladies and I were lucky enough to find

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Collette & NathanDuring The Tasmania Issue, we’re devoted to covering every corner of the Apple Isle and its penchant for a darn good wedding. Today, we’re headed to the magnificent, the historic Quamby Estate for a charming summer wedding. Packed with vintage style and with the lovely Astrid Simone Photography behind the camera, it’s a wedding that shows

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Based in New Norfolk, Tasmania, The Agrarian Kitchen Eatery can host wedding or engagement feasts for 15 up to 98 people made from the freshest local produce. They partner with nearby producers for just about everything that ends up on the plate – or in the glass – and they have their own farm nearby from

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1. Wildflower seed packet by Minikinstore, 2. Wedding guestbook by Lorgie, 3. Silver initial necklace by SamanthaFoxDesign, 4. Wedding place cards by PaperBearPrintable, 5. Wall hanging by dearmusketeer, 6. Sandblasted tantalum ring with titanium wire inlay by DavidParumsDesign 

Shaunah & NormanIf there is one thing I have come to learn, after sharing thousands upon thousands of weddings over the years, it’s that a wedding day, might be about the couple, but it’s also about the family they choose to have there. For Shaunah & Norman, it wouldn’t have been their wedding without the inclusion

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Image via Astrid Simone PhotographyAn hour flight from Melbourne and you land right in the middle of what I consider one of the most beautiful places in Australia (okay I might be biased because I live here!) Tasmania. The Island State and home to amazing national parks, gorgeous beaches and some of the best food our country

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Before we planned our trip to Bruny Island I received a warning: “It’s a little quiet,” they said, “There isn’t much to do”. Being an introverted homebody, this sounded like perfection. Give me a roaring fire, a glass of wine, a good book and plenty of cheese and it’s just about my idea of perfection.

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If there is one thing I have spent the past few years learning, it’s that Tassie knows how to make a tipple! So for The Tasmania Issue, I knew I needed to whip up a few special cocktails that make the most of the amazing distilleries, winemakers and producers that the apple isle produces. Today

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