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Flowers – How can I include them in my Wedding?
It doesn’t matter if you are planning a traditional or modern wedding, fresh flowers are the best option for styling. They can immediately add romance to your venue. Flowers can be included in: Ceremony Bridal Attire Venues Wedding Car Reception Food And so much more There are so many ways to incorporate flowers into your wedding. For the Bridal Party: Hair Accessories Bouquets Boutonnieres Corsages Flower Baskets and petals for the Flower Girls You can use any array of colours, from one to a mixture to create that splash of colour. Once you decide on your venue and your colour theme for your wedding you can work with your florist or decorator to create amazing floral arrangements and bouquets. Wedding Vehicle: This can be arranged through the company you choose for transportation or you can decorate your own vehicle if not using a company Flowers can be included on the bonnet, mirrors, rear windows Ceremony: Usually a signing table where you sign documentation shall have flowers Decorate the ends of pews if a church ceremony Petals can be scattered on carpet, grass or floor by flower girl as you enter the venue, and even the beach If an outdoor setting […]
Flowers by Season
Quite often you just want to look at a quick glance and see what flowers are available depending on the season you are getting married in. Below you shall find a handy quick reference guide to flowers by season. Some flowers have different varieties which will give a different look, depending on shape of leaves, petals, stamen etc. This is just a sample of flowers available by season. Always speak with a florist to ensure you get the best flowers to suit your needs. SPRING: Arum Lily (various colours), Blushing Bride/ Australian Protea (red), David Austin Roses (various colours), Forget Me Not (blue, pink), Freesia (various colours), Gardenia (white), Hippeastrum (red, white), Hyacinth (various colours), Lilac (purple, blue), Lily of the Valley, Love in the Mist (blue, purple), Pieris (red), Ranunculus (various colours), Rhododendron (various colours). Arum Lily – Various Colours Available Australian Protea – Various Colours Available David Austin Roses – Various Colours Available Forget Me Not – Pink & Blue Freesia – Various Colours Available Gardenia Hippeastrum – Various Colours Available Hyacinth – Various Colours Available Lilac – Various Colours Available Lily of the Valley Love in the Mist – Blue & Purple Pieris Ranunculus – Various Colours […]
10 Great Black & White Wedding Cakes
Traditions change and we are noticing a change in wedding cakes. Is the black wedding cake going to take over from the white, we think not, however there really are some stunning black or black and white wedding cakes. Here are 10 of our favourite predominantly black wedding cakes. Yes we haven’t forgotten the Goth lovers and have included a few great designs in here. We would love to read your comments and thoughts, please enter them in the comments box at bottom of the page. CLICK HERE to find your Cake creator CLICK HERE for inspiration and ideas on our Instagram page. We value your feedback so please feel free to leave a comment or review at the bottom of the page. Thank you.
Bridal Shower Etiquette
The Bridal Shower tradition dates back to the 16th century, when girls who didn’t have dowries were “showered” with gifts by her friends so she could start her new life. Nowadays a lot of couples live together before marriage so household items aren’t needed, leaving the focus on the bride-to-be’s upcoming marriage. The traditional organizer of the Bridal Shower is the Maid of Honour and etiquette suggests it should not be hosted by a member of the bride’s family. In modern society, anyone can arrange the Bridal Shower – including the bride. It is still polite to liaise with the Maid of Honour in the planning of the event. The bride can have several events including a Hens Night, Kitchen Tea and Bridal Shower. You could include friends in the Hen’s Night, Family in the Kitchen Tea, and workmates and friends in the Bridal Shower. It is entirely up to the bride as to how many events the bride wants. Traditionally, the Bridal Shower is held 4 to 6 weeks before the wedding, before the rush starts with the last minute preparation for the wedding. The host normally provides all food and drink for the event. Popular foods include cupcakes, […]
Bomboniere & Favours – What Are They?
Bomboniere or Favours are gifts given by the wedding couple to their guests as a thank you and reminder of the special day. They can be as unique as the couple and are a great D.I.Y project. They can be as expensive or inexpensive but the main purpose is to say thank you and enjoy. They really can be anything you would like to give. Big, small, homemade, purchased, customised, the options are endless. If you are getting married near Christmas why not have a Christmas bauble or even a pine code, decorated with the persons name and this can also be used as there place name card on the table. Save some money. They can be edible, personal, homemade, engraved, everlasting, the list is endless. CLICK HERE for Bomboniere Suppliers CLICK HERE for inspiration and ideas on our Instagram page. We value your feedback so please feel free to leave a comment or review at the bottom of the page. Thank you.
Maid of Honour Speech – Tips
As maid of honour is usually the brides best friend, you need to make the speech memorable. Begin early. Start writing the speech as soon as you can and practice it often so you become familiar with public speaking. Try it out on family and friends to gauge their reactions and see if anything needs to be changed. The speech should be short but sweet and can include movies or songs that remind you of the bride and groom. Ideally around 5 minutes long is good for a speech. The last thing you want to do is bore your audience with a long speech. Introduce yourself at the beginning. Relate any funny stories or anecdotes that involve the bride and groom Mention how gorgeous the bride is and how much she means to you. Never include inside jokes that won’t be understood, and especially don’t mention any ex-boyfriends. Mention the groom, even if you don’t know him well. You can say how happy he makes the bride. As you’re ending your speech mention the couple. Use any cute pics you may have or relay any lovely stories of them as a couple. End your speech with a toast to the […]
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The Newcastle Synagogue was established in 1927 and is one of the few functioning synagogues in Australia outside a metropolitan area. If you are associated with this church and would like to supply contact details and history, we would be more than happy to list them for you.
A garden wedding is such a wonderful idea. Relevant permits and consent from council are usually required Nestled in the heart of the city, Albury’s four hectares of multi-award winning Botanic Gardens features over 1,000 native and exotic plant species. Hamilton Hume and William Hovell discovered the Albury region in 1824. In 1858 The Hume Monument was erected. Please contact the Local Shire for more information regarding hiring this venue.
The unique and distinctive Rock Cathedral with awe-inspiring sandstone monoliths that date anywhere from 251 – 299 million years ago stand in the surround of this magnificent cavity encircled by native Australian Bush to create the perfect spot for an outdoor ceremony. The Viewing Platform is a stunning location for those who are after a breathtaking view. Facing due West and built on the edge of the escarpment this area offers spectacular sunsets with views across to the Kangaroo Valley River and Morton National Park. The deck and surrounding area has level, easy access and will accommodate all your guests. They also have a carefully tended front lawn that spills out in front of the covered pergola. Here they have a unique and rustic wedding arch permanently set up and ideal for wedding ceremonies.
Located 20 minutes from the south of the NSW/QLD border, Hastings Point is available for your ceremony on the beach or parkland. With 180 degree views of the coastline, this location is sure to make a lasting impression. Please contact the Local Council for the relevant permission forms and fees.
A garden wedding is such a wonderful idea. Relevant permits and consent from council are usually required Hazelhurst Gardens can be hired as a venue for your ceremony or just for your photos. These amazing gardens are available all year round. Please contact the venue for more information.