Peek into our Diary
As part of our #planningfromhome series, we recently caught up with one of our dream team of suppliers, Kate Robinson, photographer and ‘Love Club’ Host to ask her a bit about how she is managing her life and business during COVID-19.
Selecting your ceremony and reception venue is one of the the most important decisions you will make during the wedding planning process as this often determines the overall budget (about one third), feel, size and style of the wedding day.
Our hearts go out to all couples who have had to reschedule their wedding due to the restrictions put in place because of COVID-19.
Everyone is going through such difficult times right now with job instability, isolation from loved ones and so many other effects of this virus, planning a wedding amongst all of this chaos is incredibly challenging.
With the modern wedding landscape constantly changing, it can be difficult to know what new trend will appear around the corner. Over the last decade of working in the industry, I have acquired little tips and tricks to stay ahead of the trends and make sure the design of my couples’ special day is still stylish and chic by the time they walk down the aisle!
It is hard enough to discover where your true passion lies but can be even harder to actually get to where you want to go. If you’re dreaming of a life like J-LO in The Wedding Planner, well first of all, let me burst your bubble and say that wedding planning is not exactly that glamorous!
Lightspace was completely transformed for Jess + Josh’s extraordinary wedding ceremony and reception. The rustic warehouse space was filled with exotic greenery. It hung from the ceiling, cascaded up the exposed black brick walls and stood in the form of potted trees.
Sarah Wills and Lise Carlaw are Those Two Girls behind the National Early Breakfast and Gold Coast Breakfast shows for the Hit Network Australia. As in-demand MCs and guest speakers they produce sell-out events and front national campaigns for nation-wide brands.
Wedding trends are constantly shifting though the traditional ‘I do’s’ have stayed the same. Although they take the same shape and form, each wedding I have witnessed as a wedding planner has been incredibly unique in terms of styling which guides how these new trends appear.