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DIY Ideas for decorating the perfect wedding gazebo

Lots of wedding venues, parks and gardens have gazebos and with the right decorations and styling you can create a stunning feature of your big day. Your styling can be as simple as you want or having a structure such as a gazebo, is a great chance to make a statement If it is a…

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A MID DAY WEDDING CELEBRATION – WHY NOT!

Whilst having a midday wedding a bit outside the box, here are a few reasons why you might consider it. More casual. Mid-day events tend to be less fussy and give off a more laid back, casual vibe which may be just what you are looking for.   Very Family friendly. If want your children,…

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Warm up your wedding look with a cool jacket or wrap.

Let’s face it, shoulders are lovely, and we do love to wear an off the shoulder wedding dress. They are timeless, sensual, and sophisticated, but there are certain times of the year when a little extra warm may be needed. You have a few options, and over the years we have seen our brides come…

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Styling ideas for an outdoor wedding.

As a garden wedding venue, we see how individual brides like to style their outdoor wedding space, especially the ceremony area. Each one has had its own unique personality and theme. The first step in styling a unique outdoor wedding is finding a venue that will give you the freedom to put together what you…

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Early November wedding in the Gazebo for Luke and Renee.

Having “been together forever” and with two boys, Renee and Luke were wanting to have a small family wedding in a lovely garden setting before continuing celebrations elsewhere. When they visited The Secret Garden, they fell in love with the Wedding Gazebo. Set against the ornamental lake, it frames a ceremony space beautifully and is…

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Translucent Photography – Southern Highlands Wedding Photographer

THIS POST FIRST APPEARED ON www.translucentphotography.com.au  I love the networking that comes from styled shoots. From collaborating with other wedding vendors that I may or may not personally interact with on a wedding day, putting faces to names behind businesses and creating kick ass content – I have a real soft spot for styled shoots. The…

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A few tips on getting perfect wedding photos.

Photos from your wedding day will create lasting memories and it is worth considering how your venue may affect the look and feel of your photos before making a final decision on where to book in for your dream day. When looking for venues, whether it’s for your ceremony or reception or both, try to…

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A winter woodland wedding for Amy and Peterus.

“Your gardens were the perfect backdrop for our autumn/winter wedding. We couldn’t have been happier!” Aimee, June 2019   Getting married outdoors in winter in the Southern Highlands is not what most couples would think of, but for Aimee and Peterus it was perfect – they really wanted to say their vows in a natural…

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Starting your wedding ceremony on time

There are often very valid reasons for a wedding ceremony to start on time and the wedding party having to stick to a tight schedule. This could include: The celebrant having to go onto another ceremony. You only have the ceremony area booked for a certain time and another couple will be using it after…

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A few tips to ensure everyone gets to your wedding on time.

A few tips to ensure everyone gets to your wedding on time. One of the biggest worries for the bride groom on their wedding day is making sure guests arrive for the ceremony on time. Often there is a time frame for things to happen, that has been organised well in advance and for specific…

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