Photo by Emma Hampton via Sarah and Dave’s Pretty Pastel DIY Wedding

Happy Friday Dotties! I am so excited for today, the patterned people are heading out for a team lunch! As we all work virtually, we don’t get a chance to catch up often and I am really looking forward to seeing everyone in one place (with delicious food to boot!). What have you got planned for the weekend?

Let’s kick off Friday Roundup by rounding up the posts of the week!


Phoebe of Little Grey Box joins us for a glass of bubbles!

Groom Will shares his Inspired Memories

Behind The Door With….Good Day Rentals

Adore the pastel tones in Sarah and Dave’s Pretty Pastel DIY Wedding

Love the look of this Tequila Blu Cardamom Mojito

A sneak peek at the Kikki K Spring Summer 2015 Collection

One for the groom – Spring/Summer 2015 Hair Trends

Four gorgeous wedding venues? We chat to Amara Speechley of The Lancemore Group

Pretty honeymoon wear from the Plum Pretty Sugar Resort Collection

A roundup of our favourite Sweet Wedding Favours

The Vendor’s Favourites of The Farm Cafe

Such a sweet reception idea – Mr & Mrs Chair Sign Tutorial

Love the classic feel of Turquoise type

A warm up with gorgeous imagery from One Fine Day – Sydney 2015

News Roundup 16th October 2015

Want a special on your wedding stationery? Meet A Tactile Perception! They are offering something very special to Polka Dot Bride readers! Receive 50% off the unique, signature range of origami wedding invitations (including the invitation, envelope, RSVP card and RSVP envelope). Head to the website to browse the designs!

You may have seen me dropping hints about our new venture, Aisle Society! Well last week at New York Bridal market we held a gorgeous launch party to celebrate our debut! Pop on over to Jessica Haley’s blog for a sneak peek! More to come very soon!

ITV are casting for a brand new TV show and they are looking for British expats who are planning to marry in Australia early 2016. Have a family member who can’t attend your Australian wedding? Secretly nominate them and apply for the show using this form.


For our film of the week I have been loving this feature on 100 Years Of Wedding Dresses. Which era do you love the most?