The season of rebirth and new beginnings, there is little wonder spring is still the most sought-after wedding season in Australia. Picturesque scenery and pleasant weather continue to make spring our most popular wedding season. But that's not all, We explore all the reasons why spring is the best season for weddings and celebrate the start of this Spring Wedding Season with the launch of our exclusive Rose Gold Luxe Collection.
- New beginnings
From Bambi to flower buds, spring is the season for renewal, fresh starts and new beginnings , the perfect time to begin your new life as a married couple. Spring is also associated with fertility, so any couples making baby plans straight away might want to consider a
- New beginnings
Like all good wedding trends, wedding cakes come in and out of style faster than an Elizabeth Taylor marriage license (eight marriages in total)! So, we take a look at the top trends so far in 2017 to share a slice of the on-trend action.
Although a staple of the desert landscape, this is something you wouldn't usually associate with a wedding dessert. However, the combination of stunning succulents and rustic wedding cakes is proving a match made in wedding heaven. Sometimes referred to as terrarium cakes, these mouth-watering masterpieces involve an indulgent amount of sugar and frosting delicately shaped into realistic looking succulents. Complete with a customised wooden cake topper, and you have yourself the hottest wedding cake this side of 2017.
It can be a big decision for many couples planning a wedding - do you take a chance on Mother Nature and plan your perfect day outdoors or search for an indoor venue that suits your needs? Here we investigate the pros and cons of both options to help you decide what is going to work best for your big day.
INDOOR WEDDINGS - ADVANTAGES
No weather worries There are many advantages of an indoor wedding; most of all not having to worry about the weather. Murphy's
The Knot asked top wedding florists from around Australia for the most common mistakes brides make - here's what your florist wishes you knew.
1. Not communicating with your florist
When choosing a supplier you must pick one who you feel you can openly communicate with, and who you feel understands the overall look you are trying to achieve. This means that even if all the flowers you always wanted are not in season they can achieve the look you want. They understand textures and colours more than you realise, and as they also know what flowers are available at different times of year, they can use material you never would have considered together to achieve the most beautiful displays. - Hanna Evans from Brides in Bloom Briohney from Plumbago
Posted: August 28, 2014Categories: Wedding Favours, Engagement, Invitations, Wedding Theme, Favours & Bomboniere, Botanical
When it comes to choosing your wedding flowers, picking the right ones is important. A popular trend at the moment is using succulents. They are fresh, long-lasting and are a unique addition to your wedding day! With an assortment of different types and colours, succulents can add a natural, rustic and simple feel to your wedding. Here are 6 creative ways to include succulents in your wedding day: 1. Invitations Right from the start, you could showcase your theme and include succulents in your invitation design!