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The glamorous 1920’s!
Let’s go back to a time when jazz was king and flapper’s abounded.F. Scott Fitzgerald mesmerized millions, when he described life in the 1920’s. Today we are still fascinated by the rich culture and suaveness of this time period. Movies romanticizethe time periodand people try to relive it through party themes. Our next collaboration will embody the time! Enjoy as you’re transported back in time…
Ellie Mendez Photography captures this amazing journey through time.
Our fantastic hair and makeup artisan’s transform our already beautiful models into goddesses befitting the time period.
Amanda, hair stylist, reported creating the flower girl’s look bystyling with loose curls. Her hair piece really captures the 1920’s feel with her symmetrical Bob hairstyle.This bride has…
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Some helpful tips when catering for your wedding
After you book your caterer, you should feel a big weight come off of your shoulders, you have checked one huge box off your to-do list! While you should feel better about locking in such a crucial component to your wedding, the work really isn’t over quite yet. As your wedding approaches, you will need to confirm the final guest count, menu, rentals, and event hours with your caterer. Sounds easy enough, but as you start to work on the final details, you will find there to be much more involved than you expected! Here are a few ways to ease your stress and simplify your wedding catering plans.
1. Buffet Menu
Not only can a buffet be a little more budget friendly, it is also less stress for you. With a buffet menu, all you need is a final headcount. Unless you have opted for children’s meals for the little…
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yummy wedding cocktails!
Fancy a personalised twist at your wedding bar? Then how about having the bride and groom’s favourite cocktails, or even signature cocktails for your wedding day.
1 bottle Sauvignon Blanc or dry white wine
3/4 cup St. Germain
2 fresh peaches
5-6 fresh strawberries
6 fresh raspberries
1 small bunch of fresh white grapes
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more useful info about invites
Part 1 of this post looked at Save the Dates, When to Send the Invitations, What Should be Included in a Wedding Invitation and What Should be on the Wedding Invitation. This post will be looking further into wedding stationary etiquette.
- This will vary from couple to couple and will also depend on who is paying for the wedding, here are some examples of wedding invitation wording;
- Mr and Mrs John Smith request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter Lucy to Mr. Tom Parker at the church of St Peter and St Paul, Kettering on Friday, 1st September 2017 at 2 o’ clock and afterwards at the Elme Hotel.
- With their families Mr Tom Parker and Miss Lucy Smith request the pleasure of your company at their marriage.
- Mr Tom Parker and Miss Lucy Smith request the pleasure of your company at their marriage.
- As a general rule have a host line, then…
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Save the date….some hints!
Wedding stationary etiquette can be a difficult subject, most couples are now moving away from the formal, traditional and strict wording of wedding invitations, particularly as many couples are funding their weddings themselves.
Here are some helpful tips and advice on what to do (and what not to do) with your wedding stationary.
Save the Dates
- Save the Dates are a fairly new addition to wedding stationary, they have a lack of formal etiquette and they are completely optional. STDs give your guests advance warning and are particularly helpful if your wedding is in in the ‘wedding season’ or on a special day.
- Send STDs only to those you want there for the whole day i.e. the ceremony, breakfast and reception. This does mean you need to pin down your guest list way in advance.
- STDs can come in many forms from magnets to pin badges and from rustic styled…
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Everyone wants a sunny day for their wedding. Picture it: not too hot, not too windy (will ruin my hair!) not too cold (will shiver in my dress) definitely no rain please!! that will ruin everything….actually just a few clouds will be nice because they will add a bit of class to our wedding photos.
If only we could all have perfect weather but unfortunately it does rain in Melbourne and not only in winter and September. All those prospective brides and grooms out there please remember to have a plan B in case of wet weather. Believe me as a celebrant I don’t particularly enjoy getting wet and my expensive sound equipment definitely doesn’t like it….oh and did I mention the marriage certificates don’t look great when they are wet either!!
Just give it some thought you can’t change the day but you can have another plan!
1) before you even start looking – start three lists –
and ‘that’d be nice’….
Be brutal about which category they go in and then use a combination of categories to make up your perfect day with in your perfect budget….
2) have a colour palette not just a single colour – it means you can mix and match things and use shades of colours instead of being super specific on colour which ends up narrowing options – smaller options = bigger price!
more bridesmaid ideas!
When it comes to bridesmaids, our minds tend to go to fluffy pink dresses we hope never to wear again. But as weddings evolve, we’re seeing more and more non-traditional garb for the ladies in waiting. This year’s biggest trends for bridesmaids are suits, separates, and mismatched color palettes!
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very informative if you need help to choose your reception venue
In addition to setting the date, choosing your venue is probably one of the biggest decisions you’re going to make throughout the wedding planning process. Your venue will set the tone for the wedding and give you an idea of what expenses you’re going to be facing.
Here are some things you should have taken care of before you start scouting wedding venues.
- Budget – Your big day budget is what makes everything else possible. Knowing how much money you have to work with will help narrow down your venue options.
- Vision – Once again, having a clear picture of what you want your wedding day to be (in terms of theme, color scheme, location, etc.) will shorten your list of possible venues.
- Guest List – While your guest list doesn’t have to be 100% finalized, having an idea of how many people you’re expecting to invite/attend will have an…
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Amazing photo ideas
by Lauren J Sharkey
If there’s one thing I love, it’s wedding photos! Seriously, nothing gives me greater joy than seeing the happiest day of someone else’s life (and secretly picturing myself in the white dress!). Here are a couple of my favorites you might want to consider when choosing a wedding photographer!
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