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Swap me your dress please!
[9 Mar 2012 ]

In the early morning hours our bride was brought home from her hen’s night. She felt like death warmed up and barely made it to her bed before passing out from what turned out to be a case of mild alcohol poisoning. She would pay dearly on her wedding day – in a few hours time – for that one extra drink she had.

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Wedding dress trends for 2012
[28 Feb 2012 ]

The day that Catherine, now Duchess of Cambridge stepped out of that vintage car to marry Prince William, the wedding dressmakers and designers could not be happier. They knew that the era for soft and romantic dresses were back and will stay for years to come. Unlike the semi fiasco that Lady Diana, Williams mum wore on her wedding day, Catherine hit the nail right on the head and knock off versions of her dress already is the number one request for most designers and dressmakers world wide.

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Awards Season Gowns!
[30 Jan 2012 ]

Its awards season Brides to be… and that can only mean one thing…

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Oh holy veil
[24 Jan 2012 ]

During my many years as wedding photographer, I watched many smokers suffer through their wedding day as they tried their best not to smoke in their wedding attire. Others simply did not care and were almost permanently walking in a puff of smoke through the whole thing. One of them learned a lesson.

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Translating the Melbourne dress code
[10 Jan 2012 ]

Summer brings out a flurry of one-piece simple cut dresses onto the streets of Melbourne. Cut perfectly, sitting somewhere between the knee and the thigh and if it is not black, the colours are muted. These little dresses are designed to show the natural curves of women perfectly. So I wondered: How does this office fashion translate into bridal wear?

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