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Making the wedding processional your party starter

Prudence Takle, September 26 2020

When you think of a processional what comes to mind? The processional is usually the beginning of a wedding ceremony. Steeped in tradition, this grand entrance is often layered with meaning and sentimental values. Even the most non-traditional couple can surprise me with how much importance they place on this part of their ceremony.

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Ceremony Trends

Managing Your Guest List: Etiquette Tips For Planning A Wedding During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Prudence Takle, July 17 2020

COVID-19 has hit the wedding world for 6, especially in Melbourne, Australia. We’ve had all kinds of restrictions on guest numbers, square meter space allowances, indoor/outdoor protocols – it’s been a lot to keep up with. While some couples have postponed their weddings for a later date, there are others who simply cannot wait to get married. An...

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Past Lovers

Sally and James – Love In The Time of Caronavirus

Prudence Takle, July 8 2020

The plan for Sally and James’ wedding was simple – a small ceremony with family and only a few close friends at Sally’s family home in Brighton, followed by a fully catered for, intimate dinner in the dining room. They were saving the big party for a few weeks later – a soirée event with a big band and cocktail dress code.

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Wedding Tips & Tricks

Thoughtful ways to include a lost loved one in your wedding

Prudence Takle, February 7 2020

A modern wedding ceremony carries many layers of meaning. For you as a couple it’s primarily to celebrate and acknowledge your commitment to each other, but often it’s also a tribute to family and friends. Those who have helped shape you into the people you are, the people you aspire to be. And to those who have had your back and will continue to...

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