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Where to begin planning

17 August 2009



Where do I start? Every newly engaged bride will always ask herself this question, even if she's been planning her big day since she was a child!! My advice is to begin by putting together a scrapbook or mood board.

Buy all the good quality wedding magazines you can find and pore over them, cutting out any special details and ideas that inspire you, to make an inspiration board. It will help you to visualise your wedding and will help you to communicate your vision to your suppliers.

Think about what inspires you, what you're passionate about, what makes you happy and have a brainstorming session over a glass of wine with hubby to-be, jotting down ideas and thoughts to formulate the overall concept for your wedding.

There are endless ways of incorporating your passions so buy a pinboard or a big scrapbook and add sample card, fabric swatches, clippings and images, anything that conveys colour, feelings, a particular mood and you'll begin to see your celebration take shape.

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Aussie girl heads to London in search of adventure and soon falls for Kiwi boy. The pair begin to plan their Sydney wedding from across the globe and quickly discover a distinct lack of help available for UK based Antipodeans returning 'home' to tie the knot. How many couples are struggling with their long distance wedding planning just like us, they wondered ...

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Shadan is the Aussie girl who married a Kiwi boy, and discovered first hand the lack of help available for UK-based Antipodeans returning "home" to marry.

After more than a decade of customer focused roles, including personal assistant and events coordination, Shadan longed for a new challenge, doing something she was truly passionate about.

From a genuine desire to put her knowledge and love of all things wedding-y to good use, sprung forth a unique concept that makes long distance wedding planning special and simple for brides just like Shadan...

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