Sharna & MattThe bride’s hometown of Mudgee provided the perfect place for a relaxed country wedding! With a vintage kombi van for transport, canapes by the rose garden and space for the kids to run around the gorgeous surrounds, the celebrations were enjoyed by all! The day was beautifully captured by Erin Latimore.First meeting at the
Not that we’re biased, but we’re pretty sure there must be something in the Australian water when it comes to wedding gown design because we’re pretty darn good at creating gowns that are beyond beautiful.Today, Australian designer Madi Lane graces with her brand new “Riviera” collection, the Australian designer, who dreams to design for brides who “don’t
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
Scroll through today’s Expert Interview and your breath will be taken away. Love You More gowns are absolutely to die for and “effortlessly beautiful”. Then read Kim’s answers and you’ll realise that oh-so much time, care and love goes into these dresses – there’s nothing effortless about the process in bringing these dream dresses to life.
Happy Monday Dotties! Pots of tea at the ready, let’s get into a heavy week of planning all things wedding.With planning your wedding in full swing now is the time to call in as much help as you can find. Perhaps you have a tight knit team of family and friends to help, or are
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
Lisa & VanessaThere are so few places as beautiful as Margaret River and for today’s brides, the decision to tie the knot there was made as soon as they walked into the stunning rose garden of Robert Oatley Vineyard. Their dream for a rustic, romantic wedding soon unfolded, packed with beautiful blush and marsala blooms
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
When Kristen and Kirt met behind the bar at their local Tamworth pub, she knew. And eight years later, both said ‘I Do’. But back to the beginning: On their first overseas holiday together, the couple returned with the most memorable souvenir. A rose-gold ring around Kristen’s finger and the promise to love each other
Photo by Simone Addison Photography via Lindsay & Brad’s Rustic and Vintage Inspired Wedding, Pickering Brook W.AHappy Friday Dotties! The winter chill is certainly here this week and we’ve been bundling up inside with plenty of hot coffee all this week (well those of us down south anyway!)Luckily we’re all over Tasmania this month because it’s certainly
Walking down the aisle in a stunning floral etched dress, this wedding had all the elegance and glamour a couple could dream of. Bride Lisa shares how Andrew remembers their special day and his very own stand out memory.How gorgeous his wife looked!
There are few designers that cause as much of a stir, are as worn and are as wholly loved on our shores as Grace Loves Lace.The gowns share that luxe, romantic feminine and that utterly effortless laid back style that is so dreamed of by so many. So today, we’re a little over the moon
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
Image by Leon SchootsWhilst most people have heard of the likes of the paddock-to-plate ‘slow food’ movement, fair-trade coffee and slow fashion, fewer have stopped to think about where their flowers come from and how they’re grown. Sustainability, provenance and ethics apply to flowers too and in this article you’ll get some tips on how