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  1. Why Spring is the Perfect Time to Say ‘I Do’

    Why Spring is the Perfect Time to Say ‘I Do’

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    Springtime signifies renewal and growth, and what better sentiment to describe the coming together of two souls on their wedding day. It’s one of the most beautiful times of year to begin a new life together, with longer, sunshine-filled days, and stunning flowers beginning to bloom. If you’re hearing wedding bells this season, here’s some top tips to help you make the most of your Springtime celebrations.

    1. A bloomin’ beautiful time of year

    Nothing says Springtime like big, beautiful bunches of flowers, and if you’re a little creative, there’s no limit to what your blooms can achieve.

    Firstly, think beyond the centrepiece: make garland chains out of your favourite flowers, use them to decorate your cake, or add edible flowers to your signature cocktail.

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  2. Spring Nuptial Celebrations: Weddings, Engagements and Hens Parties Galore

    Spring Nuptial Celebrations: Weddings, Engagements and Hens Parties Galore

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    Celebrate good times! Spring has finally sprung, and with it comes the most popular wedding season of them all. From the popping of the question, to the ‘last night’ celebrations and the big white wedding, the Spring season brings with it a whole host of reasons to get your party on. But if you’ve got a few friends getting married at this time of year – and let’s face it, who doesn’t? – you might find yourself getting a little stuck for inventive gifts for multiple celebrations. Never fear: the ultimate Spring nuptial gift guide is here.

    1. The perfect proposal pressie

    Hooray – they’re getting hitched! Once the question has been popped, the celebrations begin, and that includes the all-important engagement party.

    It’s the first time you get the chance to celebrate the happy couple, so y

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  3. Winter wedding trends we’re totally crushing on

    Winter wedding trends we’re totally crushing on

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    For the 2019/2020 season, winter weddings are in vogue, but hosting your celebrations in the cooler months can seem a little tricky… how do you make the winter chill a hit, rather than a hinderance, on your big day?

    We look at the trendy (yet budget-friendly) additions that can bring some warmth to your winter wonderland wedding.

    ‘Twas a dark and stormy night…

    Play up to the long nights of winter by drawing deeper tones into your colour palette, and then feature them throughout every element of your wedding décor.

    Gold, black and silver accessories will be the order of the day, whether in your wedding invitations, on your personalised and engraved placec

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  4. Saying ‘I do’ on your birthday: will it be twice the fun, or double the trouble?

    Saying ‘I do’ on your birthday: will it be twice the fun, or double the trouble?

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    Whether it’s a summertime wedding in a boathouse by the bay, or a chilly mid-June celebration on a sprawling estate, for some of us, our major wedding plans were locked in before we even knew who our fiancé would be.

    But imagine this scenario: the venue of your dreams only has one date available in your preferred month, and by coincidence, it happens to be on your birthday. Would you choose to lock it in, or try your luck elsewhere?

    Depending on your perspective, getting married on your birthday could be a party that’s twice as nice, or end up causing you double the headache – here are the pros and cons of a hybrid celebration.  

    CON: Your gifts might end up MIA 

    Our birthdays assure us the chance to be a shining star for a day, and to be showered with love (and fabu

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  5. Plan Your Perfect Winter Wonderland Wedding

    Plan Your Perfect Winter Wonderland Wedding

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    Gone are the days when wedding season began in September and was finished by May. Winter weddings are all the rage – picture cosy, candlelit nuptials filled with mulled wine, rich winter décor and bold colour palettes – and you can see why winter weddings are so on-point.

     For anyone hitting this oh so cool wedding trend – either this year or next – we share with you insider industry secrets on how to plan your perfect winter wonderland wedding, and put you on the path to wedded winter bliss.

     5 secrets to create a wedded winter wonderland

    Winter weddings stand out because of their elegance, their uniqueness and their ability to use the stark contrast of the chilly conditions and bare landscape to emphasise the warmth and beauty of the celebrations within.

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  6. Why spring is the best season for weddings

    Why spring is the best season for weddings

    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.

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      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
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  7. Top 5 Easter wedding tips

    Top 5 Easter wedding tips

    Back by popular demand, we again share with you our top five tips for planning an eggs-ceptional Easter wedding celebration.

    For people around the world, Easter represents a time of new life and new beginnings, making it the ideal occasion for many couples to take the plunge down the aisle. From chocolate to churches and everything between; we share our top five tips for planning your perfect Easter wedding.

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    1. Eggs-cellent

      One of the best parts about an Easter wedding is of course, Easter eggs! You can incorporate these tasty and aesthetically-pleasing treats into almost all elements of your Easter nuptials including: table
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  8. How to host the perfect Halloween wedding

    How to host the perfect Halloween wedding

    Festive weddings are not everyone's cup of tea. But for anyone getting married during a holiday season, incorporating subtle details into your big day is an innovative way to make your nuptials truly unique and encourage your guests to get into the holiday spirit. As we draw nearer to that favourite of spooky holidays, All Hallows' Eve, we explore fun and functional ways to incorporate festive details into your celebrations to create a truly spectacular Halloween wedding celebration.

    Themed wedding invites

    Give guests a taste of the holiday spirit with customised invites that feature understated or obvious Halloween wedding details. Black and white engraved acrylic invites lend romance and mystery to your nuptials, while personalising your artwork offers guests a taste of what they're in for.

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  9. What we love most about spring weddings

    What we love most about spring weddings

    From baby animals to blossoming blooms, there's so much to love about spring. And with spring being the most popular season to get married in Australia last year (37% of couples said, "I do" in Spring 2016*), we decided to share with you what we love most about spring weddings:

    1. Symbolism

    The season of new beginnings presents a perfect time to mark your new beginning as husband and wife. Spring is also associated with new life, fresh starts and fertility, so if babies are high on your agenda, there may be no better time to tie the knot. Mark your new beginning with a white freestanding joined names wedding sign set to highlight your new married couple status.

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  10. Cross-cultural wedding celebrations: our guide to getting it right

    Cross-cultural wedding celebrations: our guide to getting it right

    The marriage of a couple brings together two families, two sets of ideas and traditions, and two diverse ways of life. But what if your marriage also marks the union of two cultures? Instead of a being source of added stress, we take the headache out of planning a cross-cultural wedding and show you how a few simple ideas can see you host a truly spectacular cross-cultural celebration.

    Ceremonial rights

    Straight off the mark: decide whether you are going to have two distinct ceremonies or a combined ceremony that includes elements of both cultures. If your cultures are distinctly different and one of you wouldn't feel satisfied without a full traditional ceremony, then two ceremonies may be the only way to go. Just remember, this will have an impact on your budget and logistics. Various cultures also have additional ceremonies around marriage that don't involve exchanging of vows. If two ceremonies sound too much, investigate opportunities

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  11. Getting married? 13 shrewd ways to save money without sacrificing style.

    Getting married? 13 shrewd ways to save money without sacrificing style.

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    If you're planning a wedding and your budget is starting to resemble the Gross National Deficit of a small nation, then it's time to get smart about ways you can save money without sacrificing on style. Here we offer 13 shrewd ways to help you get hitched without your debt going global.

    1. Do your research

    When contemplating a trip down the aisle, it definitely pays to do your research. Explore different venues and options that are a good fit for your personal preferences and investigate pricing for different seasons, sizes, and wedding styles.

    1. Plan your timing

    Getting married on a weekday, or either side of peak season can almost halve your wedding venue costs - not to mention that certain wedding suppliers

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  12. Top honeymoon locations

    Top honeymoon locations

    When the stress and excitement of the wedding day has passed, it is traditional for the bride and groom to celebrate their newlywed status by taking off into the sunset on their honeymoon. According to My Holiday Centre, the average Australian couple spends around two weeks on their honeymoon at an average cost of around $7000. Whether it be long or short, near or far, for richer or poorer - we check out some of our most desirable honeymoon destinations.

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    For couples that want to chill out on their post-wedding trip, you can't go past Byron Bay. Known as a mecca of relaxation and rejuvenation on the NSW north coast, this once sleepy surf town offers an abundance of seaside and hinterland accommodation options and honeymoon packages. If you want to intersperse your R&R with some activity, Byron and its surrounds offers tranquil rainforest trails, stunning mountain views, an exploration

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  13. Indoor vs. outdoor wedding

    Indoor vs. outdoor wedding

    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.

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    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

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  14. Engagement Party Inspiration

    Engagement Party Inspiration

    When you're still bubbling over with excitement like a freshly popped champagne bottle at your newly engaged status, friends and well-wishers may begin to enquire if you're planning an engagement celebration. This is no cause for alarm. Before you launch into full swing Bridezilla panic mode (save this for the wedding), we have a few tips and tricks that will help you host a successful engagement soireé.

    The ideal time

    The ideal time to host an engagement party is shortly after you've said yes - when the excitement is still fresh and you are just bursting to show off that diamond dazzler strapped to your digits. As a general rule of thumb, engagement parties shouldn't be any closer to the wedding than six months out.

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  15. Top song playlists for weddings

    When selecting your ultimate wedding playlist, it's important to pick a mix that will not only appeal to your possibly eclectic assortment of guests (think Aunty Edna to your cousin's bikie boyfriend), but also choose a range of tunes that showcases your unique identity as a couple. Here we take a look at some factors that might influence the musical persuasions for your big day and recommend some wedding favourites for every genre.

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  16. 4 Top Tips for Picking the Perfect Wedding Dress

    4 Top Tips for Picking the Perfect Wedding Dress

    Just like finding the perfect partner, finding the perfect wedding dress can sometimes take a little time, and for some brides can prove a major source of stress before their big day. We offer the following four top tips for picking the perfect wedding dress, to help take the strain out of shopping and put the fun back into fittings.

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  17. Top 5 destination wedding locations

    Top 5 destination wedding locations

    These days everyone wants a destination wedding. Why make the fun end after only one day, when you can gather your nearest and dearest together for a week-long celebration of you and your betrothed? We have scoured the country and a little further abroad, to bring you our top five destination wedding locations for 2016.

    Destination wedding considerations

    When choosing the perfect destination for their impending nuptials, many couples choose a location that is close to their hearts - a place of great sentimental value or that symbolises key elements of their relationship. Others are guided by more practical concerns; will it be easy for my guests to travel to and from this location, is there ample accommodation, can we be legally married in this part of the world? Whatever your motivation or practical considerations, our top five destination wedding locations have something for everyone:

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  18. TREND ALERT! Reception Tables & What you really should be doing with them

    TREND ALERT! Reception Tables & What you really should be doing with them


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    Your wedding reception is a unique room that you can style to reflect the love and personality of you and your new husband or wife. Whether it be extravagant, simple, modern or rustic, the theme of the room will be you. Styling your wedding tables can often be tricky. You don't want to 'over-style' and clutter the space your guests have, but your don't want them to look bare either. What you really should be doing is opting for a simple, but unique look. Think innovative, engraved and and fresh - your guests will appreciate the artistic side to your wedding decor. Wood Vs Mirror - Check out our top tips for styling your wedding tables:

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  19. The Best Glitzy, Gold Wedding Ideas

    The Best Glitzy, Gold Wedding Ideas

    Gold weddings have become the trendiest wedding colour palette in recent years. The sparkle and shine it brings to your special day, makes gold a must have colour when planning your wedding. Scroll through your instagram feeds and you are bound to stumble across a magical metallic wedding setting. From cakes to stationery, to dresses and decor, gold transforms the ordinary to extraordinary.

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  20. Want Romance? Get Married in Winter

    While summer months remain the most popular time for couples to get hitched, don't overlook getting married in winter. In Australia, we have mild wintery days. Temperatures average around 12-15 degrees in the middle of the day (depending on location).

    Winter weddings ooze glamour and style (and gorgeous long sleeve wedding dresses!). They are timeless and opulent showing off gorgeous lodges, country estates vineyards, ballrooms and/or intimate restaurants.

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  21. How to Survive your Daughter's Wedding

    How to Survive your Daughter's Wedding

    Planning a wedding is not an easy feat. There are so many things to consider and more often than not, it can be a stressful experience. As the Mother of the Bride, the best thing to do is to acknowledge how hard it can be planning a wedding and to be as helpful and supportive as possible.

    Here are some helpful responsibilities Mums can take care of:

    • Help find & get quotes on ceremony locations
    • Help the bride choose her wedding dress
    • Assist the bride with the guest list.
    • Determine what the bride wants you to wear on the special day. Then consult with the mother of the groom so you can both coordinate your elegance.
    • Attend and help organise the bridal shower/hens night
    • Assist with preparing and organising wedding
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  22. Acrylic Stationery, Favours and Placecard Ideas

    Acrylic Stationery, Favours and Placecard Ideas

    If I order Acrylic Invitations, am I able to carry this theme throughout my wedding / Birthday or Christening?

    Definitely! Impress your guests with a coordinating set of acrylic wedding invitations and Save the Date cards. Our Acrylic Save the Dates are available in different sizes and shapes and can be view here.

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  23. 5 Tips for Perfect Beach Wedding Stationery

    5 Tips for Perfect Beach Wedding Stationery

    Sun, surf, sand and a ceremony - doesn't it sound blissful! Beach and coastal weddings are forever a popular choice among brides especially in Australia. Beautiful locations, pristine beach coastlines and amazing views.  When planning your wedding it is important to take certain elements through the entire wedding so your ceremony and reception all link in style. Your wedding stationery is another important element and does not have to be a daunting task.

    Your wedding stationery sets the tone for the wedding and should reflect you both as a couple. Beach weddings are often associated with earthy natural elements that make up the beauty of your surrounds. Wooden invitations and save the dates are a perfect example of incorporating natural elements into your wedding.

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  24. Trending: Classic Monochrome Wedding

    Trending: Classic Monochrome Wedding

    A Parisian style monochrome wedding is a beautiful theme to coordinate with and one that can be easily carried out throughout your entire wedding. Not only is black and white a classic theme, it is also timeless and will be forever popular.

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    The key to pulling a monochrome wedding off it to be mindful of the black to white ratio. You want the white to be the dominating colour, with pops of black thrown in to compliment. After all you don't want a dark and gloomy wedding!

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    Start by setting the tone of your wedding and think ab

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  25. How to plan a Country, Rustic Barn Wedding

    How to plan a Country, Rustic Barn Wedding

    This week we have been focusing on Rustic Wedding Favours. If you dream of getting married in the countryside, on a farm or in a beautiful garden - this post is for you! We have put our thinking caps on and compiled a list of our top favourite ideas you should consider when planning a Rustic Wedding.

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    If you are having an outdoor wedding, you will be spoilt for choice when choosing the best location. Florals structures, combined with natural timber, lace and lanterns are the perfect décor to have at your wedding ceremony.

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  26. Unique Personalised Wedding Favours

    Unique Personalised Wedding Favours

    A favour is a take home gift that should be Personalised to leave a long lasting impression on your guests. It is a tradition for many western cultures for guests to receive favours at weddings, baby showers, engagement parties, retirement parties, anniversary parties and birthdays. A favour is a thank you gift for your guests and a keepsake of your special day.

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  27. Must see Wedding Trends for 2016

    Must see Wedding Trends for 2016

    This year was a massive year for weddings and the wedding industry. We saw so many mixed styles, creativity and opulence. Some of the most memorable trends for 2015 were:

    -          Metallic and copper
    -          Floral displays and structures
    -          Geometric shapes and patterns
    -          Naked cakes
    -          Gold crowns - But what can we expect for 2016?

    With the year almost gone, many couples would be gearing into planning mode and searching for that "wow" factor element to ensure their day is unique, full of personality and love. Your wedding will comprise of colour, theme, feel, location and design elements. The year of 2016 is to be daring, fun-loving and completely true to yourselves. Listen to each other and ask yourselves "what do we want" and don't be afraid to be creative and unique. If you want to steer away from the textbook traditional, then see below some fabulous trends to expect in 2016.

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  28. Tips to ensure you will get RSVPs back from your guests

    Tips to ensure you will get RSVPs back from your guests

    RSVPs can sometimes be a hard thing to get back from your guests. Everybody is very busy in their lives and trying to get your guests to send back cards can sometimes be a bit of a tricky task. Here are 5 tips that can help you get your guests to respond to your invite!

    1. Have a deadline!

    Let your guest know exactly how to RSVP for your wedding and have a deadline! If you require your guests to post back their response, include a stamp already on the card, allowing your guests to tick YES or NO and then send it back.
    A little tip - make sure you get your guest to send back the RSVPs TWO weeks BEFORE you actually need the responses to arrive.

    2. Give options on how to reply.

    Allow guests to RSVP in a way that is easy for them. Via text, email, or snail mail. Make

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  29. Colour Crush: Purple & Gold

    Colour Crush: Purple & Gold

    Choosing the right colours for your wedding or engagement party can be a difficult task. There are so many combinations to choose from and it can be a little bit overwhelming. To give you some inspiration, here is one of my favourite colour combinations: Purple and Gold!

    Some examples for you to draw inspiration from:

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    Stand out from the crowd and make a statement with a beautiful engraved GOLD ACRYLIC invitation

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  30. Miss PF's top 5 secrets to enjoying your wedding day

    If your big day is approaching and you're feeling the heat (understandably) don't worry! I have some great tips and guidelines to embrace to reduce the stress and really enjoy the moments through-out your day. It is inevitable that some things have to be left to the last minute and there are some things you won't always have control over. Ladies, you're not alone and this is pretty normal for most brides and some grooms too!

    I hear from lots of brides and many say whilst it was the best day of their life, they wish they could of enjoyed the "moments" and let the day sink in. Once bride said 'it is when you look through your photos and videos of your day, that you go oh wow! I couldn't even remember that'.

    REST IS BEST: Ok, I know a little pre-wedding celebration might be on the cards, although this is good, try and get a good night's rest and rise at a decent time ( don't sleep in too long, you may feel drowsy ). Start the day with a nutritious breakfast

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  31. Winter Wedding Theme Inspiration

    Choosing a season or month to celebrate your wedding day can be sometimes an easy decision or quite hard. Many opt for a Spring wedding as the weather is mild and sunny. Others like a winter wedding where the celebrations can be had in a cosy lodge, or in a rustic barn with beautiful winter foliage and colours adding to the atmosphere. Here is some tip & inspiration for your winter celebration!

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  32. Pure, Simple, Clean, Classic White Wedding

    One of the hardest things is choosing a style that reflects you both. With so many styles and design options out there it can be very overwhelming but also a fantastic source of inspiration.

    If you're more of a sophisticated classic kind of gal then maybe a white styled wedding would be just the style you are after.

    You can't go wrong with classic whites and because white is more of an undercoat, you can even add pops of colour or complimenting shades to your décor. Think of it as layering.

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  33. Ultimate Guide to Wedding Invitations

    Ultimate Guide to Wedding Invitations

    Working in the wedding industry I am constantly asked by couples which type of invitation I would recommend for them. Below I help to cut through the misinformation and provide you with all my knowledge and experience.

    Invitations can broadly fit into six categories:

    1. DIY Invitations

    2. Electronic Invitations

    3. Professionally made Paper Invitations

    4. Magnet Invitations

    5. Engraved Wooden Invitations

    6. Engraved Acrylic Invitations

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  34. Wedding Invitation Guide - Tips and Trends 2014

    You are newly engaged! (Congratulations by the way!) But now what?

    You have so many things to start thinking about, not to mention the money you have to spend in the coming months and years. We're here to help!

    Our designers at Personalised Favours are not only passionate about creating something unique for each customer, but sharing their insights and secrets for choosing the perfect wedding invitation.

    We had a chat to Emma, our graphic designer, about some tips & trends to create the perfect invitation that guests will remember for years to come.
    Emma believes it is important to start thinking about a theme for your wedding or even a colour scheme early on. "Think of a theme you like, for example a cocktail style Soiree. Do some research into this style. Blacks and creams spring to mind, so use those colours and plan an elegant/ bold style for your invites."

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  35. Wedding ideas to make you go WOW

    Anyone attended a wedding and thought "wow that is such a cool idea" "I'm impressed".

    When planning a wedding it gives you and your partner the chance to get as creative as possible in all aspects of your big day and even from the engagement. If you're not the creative type it is worth searching through Instagram and Pinterest for those unique ideas! And that is exactly what I have done for you today.

    I have had quite a lovely time scrolling through hundreds of images depicting all sorts of wedding styles. These are some of the ideas that stuck with me:

    { Advice will be given } - We all love a bit of D.I.Y and this little beauty is such a simple and easy idea. Grab a mason jar, decorate with

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  36. 6 Ways To Add Succulents to your Wedding

    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!

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  37. Oscar Opulence Wedding Inspiration

    Oscar Opulence Wedding Inspiration

    Hollywood's night of nights where all the who's who of the silver screen come together to celebrate their achievements. A night filled with designer frocks, champagne and good times. We often watch in awe and draw inspiration from the scenery and the elegant guests. Today's blog will be discussing and providing ideas to replicate Oscar glamour in true Hollywood style at an affordable price.

    1.Wedding Favours

    PF provide a gorgeous range of glitzy favours and gifts at an affordable price. Soon to be realised are our diamante and crystal stem serving set!

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  38. Personalised Chopping Boards

    Personalised Chopping Boards

    This week we have prepared a special for you! Personalised chopping boards!

    The ingredients for today's blog are:

    1. Chopping boards (of course!)

    2. Personalised messages

    3. Custom designs Personalised Chopping Boards!

    We feel they are a must have for every family kitchen, adding a sentimental feel to your normally plain chopping board. In fact, we love them so much that we have decided to create these uniquely personalised gifts for you and your loved ones!

    Personalised Favours will now bring you beautiful, hand crafted chopping boards. Each piece of wood is selected for its grain quality and hand crafted into a unique, long-lasting, professional quality chopping board.
    Whether you want them to be for Wedding gifts, Anniversary gifts, House-warming gifts,

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  39. Real Wedding: Mitch & Anne

     Real Wedding: Mitch & Anne

    Personalised Favours were lucky enough to attend the beautiful wedding of Mitch Braund and Anne Patterson over the weekend. Take a sneak peek how the creative pair enjoyed their big day and see if it'll ignite some wedding ideas of your own!

    Mr & Mrs Braund - 22.03.2014 - Always & Forever

    The gorgeous couple created a spectacular day, with their wedding taking place on the beautiful Avoca Beach, NSW. The setting provided a stunning backdrop, and was a delight to be a part of.

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  40. Personalised Essentials: The Stubby Holder

    Personalised Essentials: The Stubby Holder

    Stubby coolers or holders have long been an essential Australian drinking accessory aiding us in the warm weather, providing grip, support and comfort when drinking our ice cold beer. Sometimes we underestimate the potential and under-appreciate its worth to us in times of need. Not only are these a handy household items but they also make fantastic wedding favours for guests. The Personalised Wedding Stubby Holder is one of our post popular items and keeps growing.

    Our graphics team developed some awesome art work options which are personalised to suit your style and theme. They can be as humorous or relaxed as you like.

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