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Wedding flowers by season in Australia

When choosing your wedding flowers, it’s not only about picking blooms that complement your choice of wedding dress and overall wedding theme, but it’s also important to consider whether they’re even available. Here’s a list of wedding flowers by season in Australia. While certain blooms such as roses are available all year round, most flowers are only available during [...]

By |November 12th, 2018|Sandra's Blog|Comments Off on Wedding flowers by season in Australia

Role of the Father of the Bride

It is often quite an emotional day for the father of the bride.   While the father of the bride is probably feeling a range of emotions, he might also be wondering what comes with the responsibility of being father of the bride. Rest assured, there are no hard and fast rules as to what being a father of [...]

By |October 5th, 2018|Sandra's Blog|Comments Off on Role of the Father of the Bride

Tips For Writing Your Own Vows

The ‘love letter’ is a method you can use to write your vows. As well as a chance to express and explore your love for each other, it is a precious gift both to give and to receive. Though you have obviously explored and expressed your love for each other already, the love letter exercise [...]

By |September 12th, 2018|Sandra's Blog|Comments Off on Tips For Writing Your Own Vows

Everything a Celebrant will do for your Wedding

For couples getting married, it can sometimes be confusing as to what your marriage celebrant will be doing on the day. You might even find yourself asking "what does a celebrant do?" But there is actually so much more to being a celebrant than just marrying a couple on the day, and a lot of [...]

By |August 29th, 2018|Sandra's Blog|Comments Off on Everything a Celebrant will do for your Wedding

Wedding Planning Checklist

10-12 MONTHS TO GO Set the date. Decide on a budget that both families are happy with (and be clear on who will be paying for what). Choose your official wedding party and MC (if appropriate). Select a handful of ceremony and reception locations and organise a meeting with the wedding event co-ordinator to talk [...]

By |July 10th, 2018|Sandra's Blog|Comments Off on Wedding Planning Checklist

31 Tips To Make Sure You Enjoy Your Wedding Day!

Wake up refreshed. Get to bed at a decent hour the night before so you can be your best. For this reason, it's wise to plan bachelor and bachelorette parties at least a week ahead of time. Eat a breakfast that is high in protein and complex carbs. This food will take a while to [...]

By |July 4th, 2018|Sandra's Blog|Comments Off on 31 Tips To Make Sure You Enjoy Your Wedding Day!

Beach Wedding Tips!

Nothing is more romantic than exchanging your vows on a beautiful sandy beach with the sound of the ocean as your wedding soundtrack. However, there are certain practical considerations for a beach wedding, and finding the perfect beach wedding gown  will probably be one of your top priorities. Here are seven tips on choosing the perfect [...]

By |June 12th, 2018|Sandra's Blog|Comments Off on Beach Wedding Tips!

Broadway Chapel

I have had the honour of presenting many beautiful weddings at the Heritage Listed Broadway Wedding Chapel. Broadway Wedding Chapel is Brisbane’s only inner-city non-denominational chapel available to all couples for both civil and religious ceremonies. The chapel is set amongst beautiful trees and gardens, with an extensive sandstone terrace for guests to mingle and [...]

By |May 31st, 2018|Sandra's Blog|Comments Off on Broadway Chapel

Rose Ceremony – Carolyn & Graeme’s Wedding, Wellington Point Reserve

I had the honour of being invited by Carolyn, also a Marriage Celebrant, to officiate at her marriage to Graeme.  Carolyn and Graeme chose an intimate wedding ceremony at the picturesque location of Wellington Point on the foreshore. They included a romantic Rose Ceremony and exchanged red roses as a symbol of their love for each other. In [...]

By |May 21st, 2018|Sandra's Blog|Comments Off on Rose Ceremony – Carolyn & Graeme’s Wedding, Wellington Point Reserve

Why Sprig of Myrtle is Tradition for a Royal Bride.

Did you know? Royal brides carry a sprig of myrtle in their bouquet and after the ceremony many have sent their bouquet back to Westminster Abbey to be placed on the Grave of the Unknown Warrior. Photo is a close up of the bouquet used by Zara Phillips as she sits in a car after [...]

By |May 16th, 2018|Sandra's Blog|Comments Off on Why Sprig of Myrtle is Tradition for a Royal Bride.