The week leading up to Kirsty & Pat’s Sydney Wedding at Sublime Point was a rainy one (as seems to be the case more often than not in Sydney this year!). As I headed to Bulli Tops south of Sydney I hit the fog – it was a thick as I had ever seen!
For this Guides for Brides I caught up with Kecia from Well Lettered, who I met through a wedding we were both vendors for. She creates beautiful hand written calligraphy for weddings and events – an art that I am in awe of being my own handwriting is shocking 😉
If you’re a Sydney-sider, you’ll know all about the April storms of 2015. They were big and they were constant, flooding suburbs causing havoc all the way up the NSW coast.
And if you’re on the Central Coast, you’ll probably have been without power – maybe for a few hours, maybe for a few days. Louisa and Ryan’s holiday house just so happens to be on the Central Coast, and their house just so happened to be without power for days. An inconvenience in anyones book, but even more so when you are getting married at your house that week!
I recently had the pleasure of visiting Louise and Erin over at Beautiful Blooms to chat about their gorgeous floral creations. Beautiful Blooms have a real passion for creating bouquets that are a bit different from the norm, resulting in amazing bouquets that would be perfect for any wedding style.
This winter has seen month upon month of beautiful sunshine in Sydney.. that is until we hit August! This August has been the 2nd wettest on record, and we all watched the skies with trepidation as Sam and Jess’ wedding day approached.
I can’t believe it is mid year already! This year has flown, and June has been very busy talking to new brides who I’m really looking forward to spending time with.
In this day and age of digital everything the traditional wedding album has become a bit of a dinosaur. More often than not it is an afterthought for many couples; most don’t even consider it until they realise that it comes standard in all my packages and others opt for my a la carte packages which don’t include prints or albums because they feel they don’t need it.