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Breaking Traditions

I love the idea of breaking traditions. Just remember, it is your day and your way! You can take on board as many or as few traditions as you want. At the end of the day, we live in modern times and we have seen it all. Some couples may choose to keep each and every one of the original wedding traditions from first dance, bridal party, bouquet and garter toss and so on.

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The Top 5 Things Couples Forget to Hire

Planning a wedding is full on! There are so many things to consider, especially if you are planning a wedding in a not-so- traditional location! Maybe your wedding will be held in a barn, shed, marquee, your backyard, warehouse or other interesting location. These sorts of venues are always so unique and a great chance to design your wedding from the ground up and put your mark on the style and vibe you want.

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How to Postpone Your Wedding

If you are out there and unfortunately faced with the only option but to postpone your wedding, due to varying reasons, (usually Covid related at the moment of course) then this blog will hopefully provide you with some guidance should you be faced with having to postpone or push back your special day to a month or year where there are less restrictions.

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How to Plan Extreme Wedding Weather Conditions

Let’s chat about something very on topic for the last month or so and that is our weather conditions on the South Coast. We have been having some devastating bushfires here in Australia which have been causing so much angst and stress to everyone. I had a call today from another hire company that was unable to get their products to a wedding tomorrow and were calling for our help.

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How To Include Family In Your Wedding

Wedding days are meant to be shared with your family and friends and including them in the lead up and on the day of the wedding can be part of that journey and make it all the more fun, albeit sometimes stressful (depending on your family of course). Making your family members a part of your wedding, whether that be your mum or mother-in-law, dad, sisters, or grandparents is such a lovely gesture.

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Real Wedding; Manon and George @ Worrowing Estate

How did you two meet? George and I met when we were both very young (me at 18, he at 20) at university. This was close to 10 years ago now. As we were both working part-time while studying to support ourselves, it was beneficial for us to condense our university time as much as we could. As such, we both found ourselves taking a compulsory sound engineering class late on Tuesday nights during our second semester.

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Real Wedding; Ali and Mark @ The Woods Farm

About You Two: How did you two meet?We met on Tinder initially and then caught up for a breakfast date in Manly, NSW after some written exchanges. Who popped the Question and how did it happen?Mark popped the question. It was our first solo getaway after having our daughter Frankie who had turned 1 a month prior. We went to check out some wineries which we had originally had planned but had to postpone as I found out I was pregnant.

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Unique and meaningful Bomboniere ideas

Unique and meaningful Bonbonniere ideas Calling all creative couples: this is your time to shine! Us folks at Wedding and Event Creators are big believers in treating your guests to a memorable keepsake for attending your special day. Introducing bonbonniere or guest favours. The tradition originates from Italian weddings, when sugared almonds tied in a…

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Real Wedding: Rochelle and Ben, Worrowing

Real Wedding /// Rochelle and Ben /// Worrowing Dream Team of suppliers for this wedding! Rochelle and Ben held their ceremony at Blenheim Beach, a dreamy Jervis Bay beach on the south coast then popped back for pre-drinks and their reception at the pretty Worrowing Estate. A reception under the stars, held outside under our…

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Wedding Dessert Ideas

Wedding Dessert Ideas Let’s talk wedding desserts- so many ideas so little time! Just do a google or Pinterest search and you can get the ideas flowing. Here are a few wedding dessert ideas and inspiration; Gelato and Ice-cream Everyone likes ice-cream so having ice-cream or gelato at your event brings is a fun novelty…

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The Seating Chart

The Seating Chart I often have our couples tell me what a pain in the bum it has been for them to work out who is sitting where especially if you have interesting family dynamics or large guest numbers. So, this blog is all about how to go about making up your seating plan So…

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Cocktail VS Sit Down Weddings

Cocktail VS Sit Down Weddings There are so many options for weddings when it comes to what style of wedding you want to achieve. The more traditional sit down 3-course wedding is not the only food service option out there when it comes to weddings, other options include banquet service, buffet, bbq and canape/cocktail style.…

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Unique and Interesting Arbours

Unique and Interesting Arbours Everything is changing in the world of ceremony styling. Gone are the traditional arbours and only 1 or 2 choices, and IN are a whole range of unique and interesting arbours to choose from. With the ever-evolving stream of inspiration from Pinterest and Instagram, means that local hire companies and stylists…

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Tips for having a Winter Wedding

Tips for having a Winter Wedding? ///Have an earlier Ceremony As wedding planners, we always suggest having an earlier ceremony time during non-daylight savings and the cooler weather months to take advantage of the light. Having an earlier ceremony time means you can get the most out of the sunny day and afternoon sunlight for…

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Pets at Weddings

What’s a Wedding Without Your Best Friend? Bupa Pet Insurance recently asked us for our experience on ‘How to Involve Cats and Dogs in Weddings’. We were thrilled to share our thoughts and they featured our feedback in one of their articles- yipee! Here are some tips and information taken from that article, we hope…

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Putting the spark in your Canape Time!

Canape and pre dinner drinks time is fast becoming the best part of a wedding! The bride and groom have said their i’do’s and now its time for a champagne and to socialise with family and friends. With so many couple’s now choosing a venue that does it all on site- ceremony, canape time and reception-…

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The Great Gatsby…..1920’s themed wedding

With the popularity of the great gatsby movie starring Leonardo Dicaprio, the 1920’s style theme has catapulted in popularity! We have featured some inspiration pics along with some tips for styling your 1920’s themed Gatsby event; Cut glass, vintage whisky bottles and oil lamps featuring bronze and gold colourings make great props- raid thrift stores…

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Winter Centrepiece Inspiration

Winter is a great time for a wedding! Most venues offer a cheaper rate for the cooler months, so why not have a toasty wedding with some fabulous winter inspired centrepieces! Here are some suggestions below; For those that live near the snow or want to bring a bit of ‘snow’ and wintery white to…

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Decoration Tips for Planning your Child’s Party

After recently atending a local baby and kids expo where we had a stand promoting our kids party planning services and playpen hire I am inspired to give you some ideas for your next kiddies party! See below for some inspiration when planning your child’s birthday; Display your birthday number shape made out of balloons!…

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Ceremony Styling

There are sooooo many lovely ways you can decorate your ceremony! Whether you are having a outdoor civil ceremony or a more traditional Church ceremony there are a plethora of ways you can bring your personal style to this special part of the Big Day. Firstly, let’s start with the chairs. Depending on how many…

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