This Roman tradition that once involved throwing grains or flowers to symbolise fertility and prosperity, is experiencing a resurgence that is anything but traditional. Things like eco-friendliness, wedding themes, and colourfastness now govern choosing creative exit toss ideas. Continue reading
It’s imperative you rationally analyse how to buy your wedding dress for less before hitting the shops or your computer keyboard. For the savvy bride, your bridal gown is one of the easiest areas to save money in current wedding planning.
Whether you’ve been drooling over a fairytale style ballgown, a bohemian beach wedding maxi, or a simple yet classic wedding style, there are many options out there to help you find your dream dress at the perfect price. Continue reading
We have come up with 25 ways to save money on your wedding as the average wedding costs are beyond most peoples budget. According to the latest Bride to Be magazine Cost of Love survey the average wedding in Australia now costs $65,482. More here
Wow this is more than double the average from three years ago.
Ouch! What a scary thought for couples planning their wedding.
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered… Continue reading
Whether guiding you every step of the way or supporting you during your special event, wedding function coordinators do make your day.
The best ones make magic come to life, and keep you on track, with solutions that suit your circumstances and personality. Always on top of the game, they know all the local key wedding industry players and despite having almost seen it all, they never shy away from doing things differently or better. Continue reading
What should the best man wear is a question best answered by considering his role and the overall theme of a wedding. After all, the best man is a key cog in wedding proceedings.
Entrusted with holding the wedding ring, he’s also responsible for making sure the groom gets to the ceremony, keeping the groomsmen in check, and complementing the bride and bridesmaids both through his ensemble and in his reception speech. Continue reading
Feel understood and be inspired with our same sex ceremony suggestions that celebrate your love. Make a promise to commit to one another and share your lives together with those whom are important to you.
Same Sex Ceremony Options
Honour your relationship and commitment to one another by having a commitment ceremony conducted by a civil servant. Although these are not currently legally binding ceremonies, they are a step many lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) couples choose to take on their path of intertwining their love and shared futures. Continue reading
Wedding speech and toasting tips help to ensure you are well prepared, reduce your nerves and be able to give an unforgettable wedding speech.
So you have been given the honour to give a wedding reception speech or toast at a close friend or family member’s wedding. A wedding is a lifetime event and celebration for a couple so it is important to provoke emotion and laughter. Continue reading
Wedding photography ideas about Noosa are endless boasting award winning photographers and infinite idyllic locations with perfect sunsets.
Noosa offers some of the most romantic locations with spectacular scenery for photo opportunities to create wonderful memories. Noosa is a world class wedding destination due to its incredibly picturesque surrounds featuring crystal waterways and lush rainforests, coastal national parks and hinterland.
Sue Baxby, Wedding Coordinator of the River Deck Restaurant can offer expert advice about hidden locations around Noosa to create out of this world wedding photographs to be treasured. Continue reading
Choosing your Wedding bands and rings is an essential part of wedding planning and it is important to get it right.
Your wedding ring is a symbol of your everlasting love and commitment to each other and something you will wear every day for the rest of your life, so it has to be perfect!
Our comprehensive guide will help you choose the ultimate wedding bands and rings. Continue reading