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  • How to Ask Your Bridal Party to Be Part of your Wedding

    Your bridal party will essentially be your support group during the excitement (and stress) of planning the wedding, especially on the big day. Getting your A-team together is an important step towards making sure everything runs smoothly. Maybe you have already figured out who you want to be part of your wedding day (possibly life-long friends who have your back), but in the event you are still looking, make sure you put some thought into it.

    One thing that the bride or the groom can ask themselves before they pop the question to their prospective bridesmaids or groomsmen would be “do you see yourself being friends with them five years down the lines” and “how well will they gel with the others on your bridal party list”? If you are sure and content with the answers, then it’s time you asked them to do you the honour of being part of your bridal party!

    We love the idea of creative and fun ways to ask the bridesmaids and groomsmen and not to mention the maid of honour and best man. Here are our favourites!

    Will You Be my Bridesmaid/Maid of Honour?

    Your bridesmaid or maid of honour proposal can be fun and creative! The “Bridesmaids” movie set the way with its elegant box that came complete with a live butterfly that flew out when opened. You can do the same including adding trinkets, chocolate and various mementos that you feel your girls might appreciate. But there are other ways too. Here are some ideas!

    You can propose to your girls at the engagement party, or by taking them out to lunch individually or as a group!

    Personalised Boxes

    Bridesmaid Proposal Personalised Boxes

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    Candy Ring Pop

    Bridesmaid Proposal Candy Rings

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    Cupcake Jars (with Customised Napkins)

    Bridesmaid Proposal Cupcake Jars

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    Confetti Envelopes

    Bridesmaid Proposal Confetti Envelopes

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    Locket Rings/Pendants

    Bridesmaid Proposal Locket Rings

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    Will You be My Groomsman/Best Man?

    Asking your guy friends to be part of your “crew” is done differently to that of the girls. However, you can present them with a memento box, just with a masculine touch. Here are some ideas!

    Peronalised Boxes

    Groomsman Proposal Personalised Boxes

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    Personalised Puzzle

    Groomsman Puzzle

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    Groomsman Customised Bottle Labels

    Groomsman Proposal Customised Bottle Labels

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    Mustache You Questions

    Groomsman Proposal Mustache Tokens

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    Groomsman Proposal Customised Cufflinks

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    Planning an Event

    Groomsman Proposal Planning an Event

    If a proposal gift isn’t your kind of idea, you can simply plan an event for some “guy time”, such as beer tasting, golfing or even paintballing.

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  • How to Prepare for Your Engagement Photo Shoot

    One of the things you would take away from your engagement would be the way he proposed, and not to mention the beautiful ring he slipped into your finger.  If you have already started planning your wedding, you may already have an engagement photo shoot included as part of your wedding photography package. However in the event that you don’t, you can make plans to have one done a la carte. When you do decide to go ahead with your engagement photo shoot session, you need to prepare for it. Here are some of the things you need to keep in mind and work towards so that you end up with beautiful engagement photographs and some great memories from the day too.

    Brainstorm with your Photographer

    Engagement Photo Shoot Preparation Ideas

    Knowing what you want is important. Often couples choose two styles, one set of pictures that are casual and another formal (which can be used for your save the date cards, for an engagement party invitation or for your newspaper wedding announcement).

    Your photographer may offer you many suggestions, but it’s also important to do your own research and look for engagement shoot inspirations to figure out what you would like. Thereafter you can fit these styles into what suits you both and your personalities. For example, if you love books, you can choose a library as your location and work with books and newspapers as your props.

    Make sure that whatever you choose to do, it resonates with the people you are. If you are offered a suggestion that isn’t you, don’t be afraid to say no. Also, choose clothing that you are comfortable with and is your style.

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    Timing and Sticking to it

    Preparing for Your Engagement Photo Shoot

    Often the best pictures are possible when natural lighting is available. An ideal time would be two hours before sunset when the light is just right (the lighting offers a natural skin glow). As you are working within a time frame make sure that you are ready and on time. If you have working with a change of clothes and even location, then make sure to plan ahead of time and have made the arrangements such as a changing room and so forth.

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    Engagement Shoots are FUN

    Fun Engagement Shoot Ideas

    One thing for sure, engagement shoots are fun. After all, you are attempting to capture your personalities and the love that you share, so let loose and be relaxed. Don’t worry too much about the poses and angles, it’s up to the photographer to do all that. You just need to be yourselves and it will all fall in place.  It’s important to interact with your fiancé and just have a good time. Once all the pictures have been taken, you can go through the many capture to pick out the best ones.

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    The Other Little Details

    Engagement Photo Shoot Rings Macro

    One thing most couple forget is that the ring will receive some spotlight too. It would be a good idea to have the ring cleaned beforehand. Also, when it comes to makeup and hair, take a little care to dab up shine spots and not to mention add a touch more makeup on your eyes, cheeks and lips so they stand out better in the photographs. Make sure to stick to matte makeup and don’t forget to paint your nails!

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  • Bridal Makeup Tips

    Look your best on the biggest day of your adult life by keeping these great bridal makeup tips in mind when preparing for the wedding.  These makeup tips are ideal for brides who want to look their best and keep in mind the different scenarios that pertain to them, such as tears, environment and the possible need for touch ups.




    Makeup Tips for Every Bride


    One thing for sure, wearing layers and layers of makeup can be very difficult when your wedding starts way before the ceremony when you want to get some great wedding photographs. It’s all about looking the best version of yourself so you need to be wary of what you put on.  Always trial your bridal makeup and ask opinions from family and friends that will give you their input.


    The Natural Bride Look


    Wedding-Bride-Pose-Images Natural makeup


    One of the best ways to go about this is to opt for a natural look, which is quite easy to create. The trick is to use your normal daily makeup routine but add a little bit more. Makeup professionals recommend adding a few layers of blush to get the flushed rosy cheeks effect after applying a cream cheek colour. Also, opt to accentuate your eyes with hidden eyeliner where rather than applying it on the lid you highlight under the eyelashes thus maintaining the shape and size of the lid. Choose a lip colour that is one shade more pink than what you are used to make your lips stand out. Don’t forget powder sheen to get that glowing bride effect.  It will be a much better look to trying to matt your shine spots with powder that could make it look quite caked.


    A Bolder Bride Makeup Look


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    Whilst the natural bridal makeup routine is very popular, you can go a little deeper with the lip colour whilst still maintaining a similar routine with as little foundation as necessary, more focus on the eyes and a lovely shade of blush to create the rosy-cheeked effect.


    Wedding Day Makeup Kits


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    Once you’ve done your bridal makeup trials and decided on a look that looks best on you, then it’s time to make sure your makeup kit for the day has all the essentials. If you are having a makeup artist to help you get ready for the big day, make sure you bring your own beauty products that have been tried and tested on your skin and you know will work. From foundation, loose powder, concealer, shimmers/sheen powders, blushes, eyeshadows, waterproof eye liners and mascara is very important to have, especially ensuring that they won’t melt away in the heat or if you get a tad emotional during the ceremony.


    Wedding Touch Up Kit




    Apart from this also have a touch up kit, something compact that you can hide away in a little drawstring bridal bag. Include items such as a small powder brush, pressed powder compact with a mirror, lipstick and gloss, some tissues and even Q-tips. You can hand this over to the maid of honour or a bridesmaid so you can focus on looking your best!



    Image Sources from Top to Bottom: MakeUp Artistry by Camm, The Vow Style,  Eka Dinca, Makeup by Kim Porter, JMD Photo

  • 10 Tips for Planning an Engagement Party

    Did he pop the question out of the blue with a fabulously romantic gesture and a great story to go with it? How about you share your love story and this milestone with family and friends by throwing a lovely engagement party. Here are 10 tips for planning an engagement party to get you started!


    1. Select the Perfect Engagement Party Theme


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    Often planning an engagement party (actually, any party for that matter) is made easier when you have a theme to rely on or be inspired by. If you choose to look at history, eras and time periods, then you are able to use that as a foundation to build your own unique engagement party theme. Great Gatsby/Roaring Twenties to the Colourful Sixties in pastels and patterns make for interesting themes that allows you to impress by adding your own engagement party theme twist.


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    2. Be Culturally Inspired

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    One of the easiest things to be inspired by is culture and heritage. If you have cultural influences that you would like to highlight and build on, then that’s fabulous by incorporating the various rituals and appeal, whether it’s with the designs to the traditions associated.


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    3. Choosing Time Setting


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    If you have a time that you love (brunch, afternoons, or evenings), then choose your favourite time setting and making it work for you accordingly. You could opt for 10am Breakfast, 11am-12:30pm Brunch/Morning Tea, 1pm Lunch, 2pm-5pm Afternoon Tea, 5pm-7pm Dusk, 7pm-8:30pm Dinner, and 8:30pm onwards for indulgences.


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    4. To Adventures and Beyond

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    An ideal setting for a close or limited group of friends and family, you can invite them to a backyard/adventure weekend to partake in fun activities. This is perfect if you both love the outdoors and Australia is the perfect setting for it, with so many fun activities in store; caving/climbing, diving/snorkelling, cycling, golf, fishing, hiking, aquariums and more.

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    5. Working Around Your Location

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    Much like using time to make the engagement party work for you, you can do the same with the engagement party venue. This is ideal if you have sentimental places that you want to highlight, maybe the park you met or your favourite restaurant. You can add in some personalised signs/posts to direct your engagement party invitees to where you want them to go!


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    6. Australian Vineyards

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    A popular destination for weekends, why not throw a vineyard engagement party. With the country famed for its wines, this type of party will truly go down as one of the best engagement parties your guest may attend due to its choice location!


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    7. Gala Twist

    Engagement PartyRed Carpet Gala Theme


    One way to glam things up would be to turn your engagement party into a black-tie red carpet affair. Give your invitees a chance to dress up in all their finery for a truly memorable time!


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    8. Incorporate your Loves and Hobbies

    Engagement Party Theme Ideas


    One way of letting your party invitees connect with you would be to make the theme of your engagement party reflect on things you love. Be it with the venue, the style, and the decorations you choose. Let it hint at something that is personal.


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    9. Incorporate a Former Date into the Party



    Another way of letting your invitees connect with you and your fiancé would be to host the engagement party at venue that you two have been to or shared a special moment at.


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    10. Make It Romantic

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    It’s an engagement party, after all! Make sure to add a touch of romance with decorations and various other means & elements such as poetry displays, candles & lighting, and other items that resonate on romance.

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  • Wedding Brunch Inspiration

    Weddings are what you make them out to be; it is your day after all. You can add a twist to your wedding affair by changing up the times a little, especially if you’re a morning person by considering a brunch wedding reception. They are just perfect; with natural lighting that isn’t too harsh and ideal for pictures, not to mention the variety of options you get by choosing a wedding brunch!  If you really love your mornings, you can even catch the sunrise for your wedding ceremony! We’ve put together some delightful options as wedding brunch inspiration ideas for you to consider having for your wedding day; one that is personal, scrumptious and not to mention really smashing!

    Coffee Bar (to kick-start the morning)

    Wedding Brunch Tea Coffee Bar Cart

    This would be a thoughtful gesture to the wedding guests, especially if you are having a sunrise wedding ceremony. Set up a coffee bar with your favourite roasts/blends, and don’t forget the details such as sugar, cream, stirrers. Make sure to include tea for those who love a good blend of hot or ice tea.

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    Your Brunch Buffet Spread


    Everyone loves a good breakfast spread, so go crazy with it. Some of the newest brunch food trends include frittatas that are light but filling, grilled vegetables, smoked food items (smoked salmon, tuna bacon, and salmon bacon), grilled chicken wraps and open sandwich choices. A popular sight at wedding brunches include food stations for the likes of crepes,  French toast, omelettes and pancakes, allowing your wedding guests to pick and choose the ingredients, toppings and syrups.

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    A Cereal Bar for the Young (and not so Young)

    Wedding Brunch Cereal

    For those who just HAVE to have their cereal, whether it is for the little ones or those who love their Fruity Cheerios, a cereal bar is a great idea! Put them in glass containers to let the playfulness show through and don’t forget the milk, and breakfast fruits such as strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and more.

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    A Waffle Wedding Cake

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    Keep the brunch spirit going with a delicious stacked and tiered tower of waffles as the wedding cake. As a twist to the unique brunch wedding reception, the bride and groom opt to pour maple syrup over the waffle wedding cake part of the wedding cake cutting ceremony.

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    Happy Hour

    Wedding Brunch Mimosa Happy Hour

    If you’re planning on a sunrise wedding ceremony, apart from the coffee cart also offer your guests some spirited refreshments with a 6am happy hour to keep the Mimosas, Bloody Marys and perhaps even some Irish Coffee cocktails too.

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  • 10 Eco-Friendly Bomboniere Ideas

    If you are environmentally conscious bride and groom, and have always loved the idea of a green wedding, then these eco-friendly wedding bomboniere ideas may just be the perfect fit for your big day!

    1.     Palm Oil Free Soaps/Bath Bombs

                 Lush Eco Friendly Wedding Bomboniere Ideas

    There are some companies such as Lush that offer great eco-friendly bombonieres. They include a lovely range of palm oil free soaps and bath bombs that are often calming and relaxing.  Bundle them into a lovely cloth pouch and add a personalised bomboniere tag to the neck with a ribbon as a finishing touch.

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    2.     Customised Cookie Bundles


    Delicious and elegantly designed cookies are quite popular and easy to do. The versatility in design and shape can make it a creative bomboniere option for your wedding while staying eco-friendly.

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    3.     Recipe Cards in a Customised Bamboo Box


    A thoughtful and green bomboniere idea that would be a super useful in any home, it’s quite the perfect wedding bomboniere as a gift that keeps on giving. Make sure you don’t forget to include some favourite holiday dishes. Just stack them into a lovely bamboo box with a personalised label and you’re sorted!

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    4.     Terrariums


    Air plants are self-sustaining and quite the perfect gift for those with a busy lifestyle! Add it into a cute bauble-like hanging vase and add a decorative touch with a bombiniere tag, and you’re pretty much ready.

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    5.     Seeds in Custom Printed Sleeves/Seed Bombs

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    Seeds wedding bombonieres are a thoughtful gift for your guests to create their very own fruit, vegetable or flower garden. You can either have them in custom printed sleeves to match your wedding invitation, or seed bombs to plant. Follow the instructions to create your very own DIY seed bombs!

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    6.     A Bouquet Station


    This is truly a wonderful way for your investments in the floral arrangements to go to great use. Set up a bouquet wrapping station so that your guests can have your centrepieces wrapped up in a flower bouquet to take home with them once the wedding is over.

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    7.     Potted Plants


    Lovely additions to any home, potted plants are the epitome of an eco-friendly wedding bomboniere idea. Choose the likes of a sturdy and even blooming plant (orchids are favourites for this), add a splash of paint to the pot or simply wrap it with some rustic paper and add a tag!

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    8.     Candy Filled Mugs


    A little treat for your guests in a personalised monogrammed mug filled to the brim with candy. You can add a customised label/tag to the mug; don’t forget to add some decorative accessories to the basket too.

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    9.     Honey Jars


    Bee’s honey is just yummy on its own and a great wedding favour but pair it with a pretty jar /container and a bee honey dipper combo, and you’ve got a lovely wedding bomboniere that is just perfect and quite a keepsake that your guests can keep forever. You can also have the words “meant to bee” engraved into the bee honey dippers for that personalised touch.

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    10.  Soy Candles

              ScentedCandleMakingIdeas Wedding Favours

    If you loved the idea of the soap wedding favours, then you will love these too. Add a unique scent to your wedding bombonieres with DIY soy candles) and don’t forget to label them to match your wedding stationery.

    Source: ScentedCandleMakingIdeas

  • FAQ: Everything You Needed To Know About Destination Weddings

    Are you thinking about a destination wedding for the biggest event of your lives to-date?  You can plan a destination wedding in various ways! We, the folks at DreamDay Invitations have put together a FAQ for you with the key things you need to know about when considering a destination wedding!

     What is a destination wedding?

    Destination Wedding

    A destination wedding essentially involves the couple choosing a beautiful location to get married at that is away from home; it can be out of town or out of the country. You also have the option of choosing the type of destination wedding too, such an intimate wedding (where it is just the two of you), a limited party (where it is down to close family and friends), or a big celebration with close to a hundred people (or more!).

    What are the benefits of a destination wedding?

    Destination Wedding Benefit Wedding

    One of the key benefits of a destination wedding is the non-stop party (or rather extending the wedding celebrations from the traditional four hours to even four day, possibly even more).It’s all about creating memories with your loved ones. It has been noted how many brides and grooms opt to plan destination weddings as opposed to the traditional and often expensive weddings due to its intimate nature.

    Is a destination wedding right for us and our guests?

    Destination Wedding Planning Timeline

    One of the things you need to consider when planning a destination wedding is how feasible it is for the likes of your closest friends and family friends being able to attend. Therefore, before you commit to it, ask for their opinions, especially the ones you definitely want there. In the event that they cannot make it, plan for an intimate destination wedding and later a reception at home for those who could not attend.

    The chances of your guests attending may also reflect on the remoteness of the location, perhaps even how expensive it would be for them to make it. Consider these factors when booking your wedding destination. Also, look out for great deals that are available to your wedding invitees as part of the wedding venue package!

    How far ahead should I plan a destination wedding?

    Destination Wedding Guests

    You should ideally start planning 9 to 15 months in advance in order to get the best travel rates and hotel deals, so that it can all be worked into ensuring you wedding invitees will be able to make it. If you are planning to have a large invitee list, then the sooner you plan the better, as you need to consider accommodation and lodging options for the guests too, especially if it is a popular destination!

  • 5 Key Questions to Ask Your Wedding Photographer

    One of the key parts of planning your wedding, apart from the likes of finalising a date, time, venue and the wedding invitations, would be to hire a wedding photographer. As it will be what you will walk away with of your big day, your wedding photographs and wedding album will be the biggest memento made of lovely memories captured in time. So, what do you need to ask you wedding photographer before hiring him/her? Here are five key questions to ask your wedding photographer before you hire them as a wedding vendor!

    1. Can we see samples of your work? Do you have sample collections of entire weddings you have shot?

    Wedding Photography Entire Album Samples

    It is always a good rule of thumb to see proof of work from your wedding photographer shortlist. Make sure you see a few collections of different wedding styles to see their flexibility. If there is a certain wedding style that captures your eye, make a note of it.

    2, Have you photographed weddings similar to our wedding style? Do you have references we can call?


    When you are checking out samples of complete wedding albums, make sure to let them know your weddings style and the kind of wedding photography you are looking for. Also inquire whether they have shot similar weddings and to see those as samples. Also, ask for a reference from former brides and grooms to find out the level of satisfaction and customer service they have received.

    3. Do you post wedding photograph proofs online, or will we receive negatives? When will we received them?

    Wedding Photography Online Proofs

    How and when you receive your proofs from the wedding is important. It is usually on a storage media device or online, but if the photographer shoots in film, you will receive negatives. Make sure you ask how long it will be available to you.

    4. Who will be photographing our wedding? Do you have contingencies in case of equipment failure?

    Photographing the Wedding

    If your photographer is part of a studio, he/she may have several photographers who may cover your wedding. It is important to know who they are and if they too are able to shoot your wedding photographs according to the preferred style. In addition, it is good to know if they have contingency plans/back-up equipment if their primary equipment fails (to avoid a major wedding disaster)!

    5. How many photographs will the wedding album include, and when will it be ready once we have selected them?

    Wedding Photography Album Storybook

    A photographer usually provides approximately 500 exposures of the big day, but only a limited number of photographs will be included in your wedding album. Make sure you know how many (this can depend on the budget/package selected) is possible. Also, ask them how long you will have to wait until you receive the wedding albums once you submit the selected photographs from the wedding proofs.

  • The Art of Choosing the Perfect Wedding Venue

    DreamDay Invitations The Art of Choosing the Perfect Wedding Venue

    Location, location, location used to be one of the core factors that plays a part in the art of choosing the perfect wedding venue. However, that is not the only thing you need to consider when you are trying to decide on the perfect wedding venue for your big day, be it for the wedding ceremony or the reception (most often both).  It is so very important, because when you have the perfect location, your other wedding planning elements just come to life, whether it is the decor or the wedding photography. So how do you choose the perfect wedding venue? The decision used to fall on the number of people you wanted to attend, the budget you had in mind, and of course the location, but with the changing times, there are other things to consider.

    The Food

    Food Wedding Venue

    Let's face it, people love to eat, and if the couple are foodies they would want to share their love of food with their wedding guests. You would lean towards venue that offers delicious gastronomic delights that will leave your wedding guests revelling in the layers of rich food. However, if you are selecting a wedding venue that does not come with an expert panel of chefs and cooks, then you may want to reach out to a few wedding caterers and have tastings to make sure the food matches your taste palettes.

    The Photography

    With social media making so many memories shareable with the click of a button, wedding venues are most often than not all about the wonderful photographs you may get. You will find that most couples will stroll through the venues several times to picture the type of photographs they can get out of the day and how it fits into their wedding vision.

    The Unique Details of a Venue

    If you are shopping for wedding venues, you may pick locations that has history or unique looks that will make for great conversational items for your wedding guests, even incorporating the wedding theme with the location. For example, historic wedding venues give off an old world charm that resonates well with a vintage wedding theme, with books, lanterns and vintage suitcases used for decorative pieces. Sometimes, you'll find a statement feature that would go amazingly with your personalities, such as a graffiti wall tucked away within a historic venue.

    The Numbers

    Of course, the number of invitees in the wedding list is an important factor in deciding on the perfect venue. You need to make sure that the wedding venue can indeed accommodate everyone you want to attend your special day.  But that isn’t the only thing being referred to; the budget is vital too, after all you need to be able to afford it all.

    In order for you to choose the perfect wedding venue keep these factors in mind – food, photography and the memorable moments, and not forgetting the invitee numbers and budget too.

  • 5 of the Best Winter Hair Wedding Hairstyles for 2015

    Just because it’s a little colder doesn’t mean you have to comprise on style. It’s your wedding day, and come rain or shine; you’re going to look fabulous, right? To inspire your look for your winter wonderland wedding, here are 5 of the Best Winter Hair Wedding Hairstyles for 2015 that we’ve put together. From elegant and sophisticated to bohemian chic with glam, there are many stylish looks that you can try out to find the best wedding hairstyle for your winter wedding in 2015.

    1. A Sophisticated Hairdo with a Double Braid Band with A Low Wrap Accessorised with Faux Diamante Hair Jewellery.

    This look is ideal for bride that is planning on wearing a strapless or off-shoulder wedding dress (you may even opt to use cover up such as a bolero or a shrug that will complement the look grandly). The hair jewellery that resembles a poinsettia seen here can be fitted with a veil making it quite the smart placement.


    1. The Au-Natural Bohemian Hairstyle with a Pinned Back Chignon.

    This hairdo is a winner with bohemian chic brides that want to mingle their style with a bit of glam brought through with the embellished headpiece. The bangs out in front make it the perfect accompaniment to the chignon back. Couple it with a wedding dress that features an intricate back design and you’ve got yourself a lovely bohemian chic winter wedding hairstyle.


    1. The Soft Classic Chignon.

    A classic and beautiful hairstyle that is perfect for winter or any time of the year is ideal for the elegant bride who loves simplicity and class. Complement it with a modern spaghetti strap A-line wedding dress with a sweet heart bodice and it is pure perfection.


    1. Chignon with an Embellished Beehive Twist.

    This is a take on the classic chignon but with more drama where more curls are added to the chignon wrap bun and not to mention the beehive bump that gives it more volume. If you have longer hair, you may opt to do more elaborate/bigger curls. Add a final touch with an embellishment. Choose a band embellishment if you are not thinking of wearing a necklace or a hairpin embellishment if the wedding dress has a lower neckline.

                               Dreamday winter wedding hairstyles

    1. Wearing your Hair Long in Curls or an Ornate Braid.

    The “Frozen” winter hairstyle trend is still around and going strong. If you are blessed with long hair, then flaunt it long and loose or with a beautiful braid. Add an embellishment with your braid, or on the crown, such as these pictured here. No matter whether you are planning on wearing a shrug to beat the cold or a full sleeved bolero, your beautiful Frozen inspired winter wedding hairstyle will be a hit!


    Accessorising your hair is all the rave. So don’t be afraid to do so. No matter whether it’s cold outside, you can wear your hair long or short, up or down. Which of these 5 beautiful winter wedding hairstyles for 2015 did you love?

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