Just under 2 weeks to go and we’re finalising details for our Adelaide Winter wedding fair on July 10th at Norwood Concert Hall.
All rise the Wedfest. A fun festival of love where friends and family gather to celebrate a new marriage. They’re down to earth, heaps of fun surprisingly easy to organise!
The build up to your wedding and of course the day itself is intense and magical all rolled into one. What’s exciting though is that after your wedding day, you can get away from it all as newly weds and spend some time together – just the two of you.
An insightful guest post from Sarah at Little Car Photography (who is also one of our awesome directory vendors) who shares her extensive experience as one of Adelaide’s leading wedding photographers on how to schedule your wedding day. Wedding photographers typically spend the whole day with couples so they see it all if you know what
Let etiquette professional Alana Lenart from Etiquette for Success guide you through how to avoid the stress of dealing with multiple vendors in the lead up to your big day. The good news is that managing it all doesn’t mean you have to morph into a Bridezilla so take a deep breath and read on!
By Alana Lenart of Etiquette for Success The postman has delivered a letter that is clearly not the gas bill. Your excitement builds as you anticipate what it may be… It’s a wedding invitation! How exciting! Being invited to share in a couples wedding is an honour. The bride and groom have chosen you to
Defining your wedding style is quite important as in many ways it’s a reflection of you both as a couple. The good thing is there’s a whole range of wedding styles you can look to incorporate into your day. Here’s a few tips to get you started. Photo credit: Bridget Quain Photography Your Style &
You can’t fail to notice that Facebook, Ebay and Gumtree are full of listings of previous couple’s styling props and vessels, some even listing them BEFORE they even get married as being available after their big day. Whilst it’s quite fun to browse through all of the items, buying your own styling pieces in this
Some call it Kitchen Tea, while others will call it a Bridal Shower. Which ever you choose to call it, this is the event typically organised by the Bridesmaids which is centred around food and drink in celebration of the impending wedding. It’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate love and friendship before the Bride begins the new chapter