Category: Wedding Planning

A List of Wedding Suits for LGBTQ+ Women

Finding the perfect suit for your wedding day isn’t always that easy when you’re a woman. So, we curated a list of our favourite vendors across Australia, the US, the UK and online that not only handcraft suits for women but also suits you can buy off the rack (and be guaranteed fit!)

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Be Bold: Bridal Jumpsuits & Two-Piece Sets | House of Ollichon

Let us introduce you to a collection we’ve fallen head over heels for, House of Ollichon. Bridal gowns aren’t for everyone and if you don’t dream of walking down the aisle in a dress, but also don’t see yourself in a suit, this collection of bridal jumpsuits and two-piece sets just might be right up your alley. Based in London, House of Ollichon is a bridal boutique with a different – it doesn’t stock a single dress. Instead, the studio is filled with jumpsuits, two-piece sets, skirts and trousers that have been lovingly handmade in London. Using the very...

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How Much Does A Wedding Cost?

Knowing how much a wedding really costs is as empowering as much as it is daunting. Budgets are different for every single couple. You could have a backyard wedding for well under $5K or something extra extravagant that takes you well past $80K. It all depends on what you want, and how many people you want to celebrate with. We’ve put together a guide to help you know what certain things might cost. It’s the perfect place to start when deciding on where you want to put your focus on for the big day.

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15 Wedding Traditions to Think Twice About

Weddings are full of traditions. It’s a day of ceremony and rituals and often the people getting married don’t even think twice about what’s really happening – we do it because that’s what a wedding is, right?

Wrong. Weddings are a day to celebrate your love, and in some cases, it’s a day to legally register your relationship as married.

If you’re a couple with a little more individuality and want to do things your way on your wedding day, here are 15 wedding traditions that you might want to think twice about when planning your wedding.

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