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[8 Apr 2014 ]

Chandeliers, does anything scream more elegance? They come in all shapes and sizes today and have become a prominent part of wedding decor. Where there wedding is traditional, vintage, Gatsby, garden or something else, there is a chandelier to suit the event! Here are the top 5 we are loving right now.

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[7 Apr 2014 ]

We had a fantastic time at the Melbourne Bridal & Honeymoon Expo earlier this year!

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[7 Apr 2014 ]

Meagan Dill

So, it’s true I spent a lot of time talking about myself on this here blog, but now I want to learn something about you, dear readers. Are you A) single, B) engaged, or C) married? I think there are all sorts of reasons for visiting a niche website like this one- and not, as conventional thinking would have us believe- that it’s reserved for only those women who are literally planning a wedding at the moment. The reason that I bring this up is because several media outlets  …

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[2 Apr 2014 ]

What a great time Bride Online had at the fabulous Docklands Bridal Expo!

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[31 Mar 2014 ]

Meagan Dill

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you may remember my guilty meltdown a few weeks back at having to turn down a friend’s request for me to be in her bridal party (I was literally unable to attend, being on another continent). Well, it turns out I needn’t have worried. She’s called off the wedding.
In this specific case, I’d prefer not to splash the details of the dissolution of my friend’s engagement all over the internet, but suffice to say the wedding was called off with good …

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[24 Mar 2014 ]

I do not understand
Meagan Dill

(Courtesy veooz.com) The couple at the centre of it all, Rachel Kay Albers and Roberto Hess.
Lately it seems like every time you pick up a newspaper, there’s a new crazy wedding story making headlines. Okay, okay, so I don’t actually read a physical newspaper, but online news totally counts, right? Anyway, one article that’s really stuck out in my mind is a couple who have decided to get married every single day for an entire year.
I don’t know about you, but the thought of planning even …

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[17 Mar 2014 ]

Meagan Dill

(Courtesy youqueen.com)
Okay, time for some real talk. When it comes to your wedding, it may be inconceivable that anyone could feel anything but complete joy at the union of you and your husband-to-be. Sadly, this is not always the case. So often in life there are bitter people who behave in ways we can’t understand – possible culprits include an estranged ex, an old bully from your high school days, or even a total stranger. As an ever useful tool but potentially dangerous weapon, the internet makes it unbelievably …

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[11 Mar 2014 ]

Like many aspects of planning a wedding, when deciding your menu, there is no limit to how fancy or exotic you can go. Herb encrusted roasted snails? Yes, please. Thai-style Mangosteen Clafouti? Why, but of course. On a more serious note, however, deciding on a menu can get complicated when you take into account that everyone has different taste buds. What you find delectable someone else might find completely unappealing. So how to choose a menu that has just the right blend of taste, visual appeal and panache?
To begin with, …

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[24 Feb 2014 ]

Meagan Dill

That settles it: I am officially getting married in pink. One day, anyway, when the boyfriend eventually pops the question. You’re probably wondering what exactly it is that has my mind so made up about the dress when the proposal itself has yet to materialise. First off – can’t a girl dream? And secondly, I’ve just been informed of some pretty groundbreaking news as far as wedding day attire goes. As far as I’m concerned, unconventional is the new white, as it were.
For the first time ever, the idea …

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[20 Feb 2014 ]

Meagan Dill

When did romance and independence become mutually exclusive? I can’t be the only one who feels like, for women in particular, society tends to put these two ideals at opposite ends of the spectrum. And I can’t be the only one who balks at the idea of needing a partner to give my life any sense of meaning or purpose. I’d like to think I have a lot more going on than just that.
To be fair, though, the flip side of this issue is important, too: the ability to …