Creating Your Seating Plan

You’ve finally gotten to the stage where you have drawn up your guest list and have received the RSVP’s and now you need to figure out who and where to seat them. … ‘but where you put you’ #harrypotter  Keep reading to find out my 3 tips to creating your seating plan and well as […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Wedding Cake!

Having just been to a bridal expo and talking to hundreds of couples looking for wedding cake, it became clear to me that not everybody understood some of the important things they should be aware of when looking for a cake artisan.  Let’s face it if you’re not in the industry or aren’t up on […]

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Top Tips to Consider When Choosing a Celebrant

Your wedding celebrant sets the tone for the celebrations to come. A boring, slow and flat ceremony is tough to come back from, at least until the champagne kicks in! So, selecting a celebrant that complements your couple vibe, and suits your dynamic, is one of the most important decisions you’ll make (sure, I’m a […]

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After the Wedding – The Legal Checklist

Firstly congratulations. After you get married, there are a few legal things you might want to consider so we’ve made a checklist of things to go through with your new spouse. Name change There is no requirement to legally change your new, many people do this out of custom. Some people combine names (i.e. “Smith-Baker”). […]

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Wedding Stationery : What to Write & When to Send

Are you unsure what stationery you are planning to use for your wedding and really don’t know when to send it all out? Well you’re in the right place 😉 Wedding stationery can include Save the Date Cards, Formal Invitations, Thank You Cards, Programs, Menus, Guest Place Cards, Seating Charts, Signage. Obviously you don’t need […]

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Wedding Day Traditions & Their True Meaning

Here are some fun facts to ponder over whilst planning your wedding. SOMETHING OLD, NEW, BORROWED, BLUE Do you know what the meaning behind ‘Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue’ actually is? … Well I’ll tell you 😉 Something Old : Represents continuity and the existence of unbroken love. Something New : Represents […]

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How to be Organised on Your Wedding Day

So, you ask me whether it is possible to be cool, calm and collected on your wedding day. And I say YES! IT. IS. POSSIBLE. And how that is possible is by being incredibly organised and it’s not as hard as you think. Follow by tips below to be the coolest cucumber bride ever. # […]

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6 Tips For Getting Through Your First Bridal Expo

Bridal expos are such a valuable source of inspiration when planning a wedding. It’s also an amazing way to meet fantastic wedding vendors in your area. Within a small span of time you could meet with any number of vendors to discuss what they do and how they can help you to create your day […]

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Recently engaged? What to include in your first wedding to-do list

Once you have taken the time to really enjoy your engagement it’s time to start thinking about planning the big day. Pick a date / and extras First things first you need to pick a date. I suggest to my clients to choose a couple of days they would like should they have their hearts […]

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Setting Realistic Wedding Planning Goals

If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail. Quote: Benjamin Franklin Planning a wedding can be absolute chaos if not properly organised and planned out! UTTER CHOAS! By setting yourself goals throughout the planning process this will ease the stressing and hair pulling so that you may actually enjoy the wedding planning process. […]

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