We recently asked The Wedding Collective to share their best planning advice with our readers. Here are five great tips from this talented group of local professionals, coupled with inspiring photos from their recent gala showcase.
Natasha recently exchanged vows with her high school sweetheart, Luke, at an intimate Preston Peak Vineyard wedding. Here she shares what she most enjoyed about the planning process, how she and Luke personalised their day and her recommendations for couples currently planning!
Jen and Gavin’s vintage-inspired wedding includes a beautiful outdoor ceremony, family museum, birdcage veil, sweet first look, fresh herb bonbonnieres and mismatched bridesmaid dresses.
Once the vows have been exchanged and congratulations shared, everyone is looking forward to celebrating with you! But first there’s a photo shoot to enjoy, which usually means some wait time for your guests between the ceremony and reception. Read on to find out how to get your party started as soon as possible and keep your family and friends happy in the meantime!
Zoe and Phil’s romantic wedding offers pastel blooms, sparkly heels, glamourous bridesmaids, sharp suits, a mouth watering cake and some truly touching moments. Read the couple’s wedding planning story and advice whilst admiring their beautiful photos here!
This retro-inspired styled shoot features sunshine yellow and silver grey, a gorgeous vintage car, statement succulents and a wedding dress that turns up the volume!
Wedding favours or bonbonnieres are small ‘thank you for coming’ gifts for guests at your wedding. Options available range from handmade treats and heartfelt keepsakes to charitable donations. Choices are only limited by your time and budget, so here’s a comprehensive list of wedding favour ideas – see if any of them call to you!
A large outdoor space provides a beautiful, relaxed setting and the perfect blank canvas for a marquee wedding. If you’re considering an outdoor event, here are the 7 key things you’ll need to plan to ensure the day runs smoothly.
The “first look” is that special moment when you see each other for the first time on your wedding day. While many couples still wait until the aisle to lock eyes, here are five reasons why you should consider planning a reveal before your ceremony.