Over the last decade, we have worked alongside an abundance of outstanding vendors in the wedding industry. We would love to share with you our favourites to make your wedding day as awesome and seamless as possible.
Where you should tie the knot
The right ceremony location is usually somewhere that feels special to you both. It’s usually an intimate space, or has a beautiful outlook with privacy. Be mindful of high wind spots and make sure you think about a ‘Plan B’ for wet weather options.
Some of the most beautiful and popular ceremony locations that we have shortlisted are below:
Click here to see a list of over 200 ceremony locations in NSW.
Who should marry you?
Someone who you feel a deep connection with. It’s someone that ‘gets you’ as a couple, someone you can share jokes with, they will calm you if you’re feeling nervous. You’ll know the right celebrant when you speak to or meet them.
These are some of our favourite celebrants. They make your wedding day about you, and not them (which happens a lot) because they are professionals with years of experience.
The best florals and planners
Flowers for your wedding can be a difficult choice for someone who isn’t in the industry. How do you know where to turn for quality, statement floral arrangements that won’t break the bank. Check out some of our favourite wedding flowers specialists.
Who should make you look fabulous
You don’t want any worry when it comes to makeup and hair on your special day. It should be a calm and fun process of getting ready – especially as your nerves may be high. So here are a few of our favourites beauty professionals to work with as they know their craft inside and out.
Miss Betty Rose (Nails)
Chelsea Hairdressing (South Coast)
What tunes you should rock to
A good band or DJ is essential for a good wedding! Well worth the investment if you want to party!
Uptown – Hunter Valley
Brown Bear & Hooves (chilled duo)
Anthony Hughes (solo artist, DJ & MC)
What threads your beau should wear
Woody Roo – Australian made, based in Paddington
What you should be rocking on the day
This is it, it’s your wedding dress, it’s the big one! You’ll know it when you try it on, you won’t be able to stop thinking about it and you’ll compare everything else to it. If you can’t afford it, get it made. Make sure you can dance all day long in it!
Rue De Seine – Online
Hope X Page – Caringbah
White Meadow – Marrickville
Helen Rodrigues – Neutral Bay
The Barefaced Bride – Kurnell, NSW
Grace loves Lace – Brisbane & Online
Fabled and True – Online
Suzanne Harwood – Melbourne & regular trunk shows around Aus
Anna Maurer Couture – Dress maker (she made my dress)
What your bridesmaids should be rocking
Something simple, something elegant. Something that compliments you.
Something Nice Kogarah
Bridesmaids Only – Double Bay
Zimmerman Outlet – Rosebery
The perfect fit awaits you!
Eye Candy for more inspo
You might also like to read, “Everything A Bride Needs to Know“