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Perth wedding flowers with a spark

Located in Perth, WA and searching for your dream wedding florist? Look no further! While these florists may not have the most customer reviews on Easy Weddings, they certainly make up for it in their sparkle and flare! Here’s a list of Perth wedding flowers with a spark, as selected by the editor (me, an original Perthie) by how gorgeous their storefront is.


Gum Blossom Cottage

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Priding themselves on providing good old fashioned service, Gum Blossom Cottage invites you to enjoy a coffee while you browse colour choices and designs for your wedding flowers. Their flowers are only the freshest available and are handpicked from flower markets for your special day. And, with customised quotes to suit all budgets and delivering on your wedding day, Gum Blossom Cottage is the “go to” for wedding flowers.


Sweet Floral

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With over 13 years experience, Sweet Floral offers to work with you to create your dream bridal flowers. Promising great value for money and exceptional service, you can even hold a flower crown party for your hen’s night with Sweet Floral! Check out their gallery and reviews today, and see why so many happy couples adore Sweet Floral!


Jane and Jones Flower Co.

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Promising every bouquet and arrangement is handmade with love and care, the passionate team at Jane and Jones Flower Co. offers to transform your wedding with stunning fresh flowers that showcase your individual style and flare. Working with your plans, style, and your budget, Jane and Jones Flower Co. promises to create personalised designs perfectly suited to you. Check out their gallery and book your free one-hour consultation with Jane and Jones Flower Co. today!

Favourite wedding dresses Australia wide

Based in Perth, WA – all gowns at Zolotas Australia Bridal Wear are handmade and designed by European bridal fashion designer VG Zolotas. Take a look at their amazing collection of one AND two-piece wedding gowns today!

Understanding every bride is unique, Eternal Weddings strives to match every client with the dream wedding gown. Based in Melbourne, this bridal boutique now features the Pronovia 2017 collection and exclusive stocklists of Connie Simonetti wedding gowns among other famous designers. And, offering free alterations (for a limited time) when you order from Eternal Weddings – what are you waiting for?

Whether you’re searching for your dream wedding gown or bridesmaid dresses for your girls, Mori Lee has something to suit everyone’s styles, needs, and budget! Designing bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses for over 60 years, Mori Lee sure knows what they’re talking about! Check out their gallery today, and fall in love all over again!

Specialising in luxurious wedding gowns handmade in Australia using European laces and silks, Grace Loves Lace based on the Gold Coast has something gorgeous for every bride. Check out their amazing range today, and read what other happy brides have to say about their experience with Grace Loves Lace!

Located in Melbourne, Bluebell Bridal stocks exclusive designers and incredible gowns you won’t find anywhere else! With awards three years running for their impeccable service, Bluebell Bridal is well worth a second look! Check out their gallery and read what other incredibly happy brides adore about Bluebell Bridal!


Guest outfits for the entire guestlist

So, you’re heading to a wedding and you want to look good. Really good. Whether you are clueless or know nothing about wedding dress codes, here are some simple wedding guest outfit ideas that might help you with your conundrum! Good luck.


General wedding guest outfits:

For the lads:  If in doubt, put a suit on. It really is that simple! Rock a gorgeous suit tailored to fit you and you’ll look amazing instantly. If it’s too hot, take off your jacket once the formalities are over if you deem it appropriate. And PLEASE remember appropriate socks. They can break an outfit.

For the ladies:   For most weddings, as a wedding guest, you should aim for elegant sophistication. Depending on the dress code, you may have to wear a long dress like the one below. Go for slightly overdressed rather than too casual, and avoid white/ivory/cream at all costs. No super short hemlines or anything too tight to dance in- you want to enjoy yourself!


Something a little more casual:

If it’s a casual or cocktail affair, you can afford to buy a dress that isn’t floor length or a dress shirt and pants or bow tie. For the guys, you could even play around with prints and a little colour if you see it fit:


Father of the bride and father of the groom outfits:

Ideally, dad will have left his moccasins at home and look dapper on your wedding day. He would put on his tie, and get his favourite dress shirt on with a blazer and slacks. Maybe even throw in a pocket square on boutonniere so he is even more on fleek!

Farm wedding inspiration from real newlyweds

Dreaming of hosting your big day in the great outdoors? Here’s 6 farm weddings (special country touches and all) featured in our Real Weddings section that’ll see your creativity blossom!


Kim and Matt

“Our wedding was on a beautiful country farm, complete with dam, forest, and rolling green hills. It was exquisite and the weather was senational,” says Kim.

Kim and Matt opted for a modern chic theme with decor pieces to match. “Geometric shapes, copper, test tube vases and filament globes were chosen to suit my scientific and engineer husband. Coupled with a huge variety of pretty flowers, candles, and home-designed floral stationery to suit my girly side,” Kim explains.


Kertu and Dalton

This couple put their creative skills to the test producing rustic-style perfect on the private property at Howes Valley – called Settler’s Rest.

Kertu and Dalton built their own wedding venue, and it’s now open for bookings for others to share their beautiful wedding experience!


Sarah and Drew

Sarah and Drew rang in their new marriage at their teepee wedding on a private homestead at Drummong in central Victoria.

“We spent the whole weekend at the property so that gave us a chance to reflect and relax,” says Drew.

Survive a summer wedding

Are you currently planning a summer wedding? Sure, you might not run the same risk of rain that a winter wedding would, but that doesn’t mean the weather will be pleasant all round. Here’s what you need to survive an Australian summer wedding.



I don’t know about you, but when I’ve had the “pleasure” of sitting outside on a 35℃ day, my upper lip sweats LIKE CRAZY. Mix the heat with your nerves, and not only will you have a sweaty upper lip, but also your temples, underarms, and the back of your neck. Wipe that sh*t up!


Extra makeup

With all that sweating, you might actually sweat your face makeup off. Bring extra makeup in an emergency kit to touch up if need to.



Two words: You’ll stink. Bring extra perfume and deodorant.



There’s a high chance of dehydration on your wedding day. Why? Because you’ll probably have been drinking champagne since 6am, barely eaten anything, and the heat is drying you up like a pickle left out in the sun. Drink up, folks!



Please supply your guests with paper fans to cool themselves down. You might be so immersed in your ceremony not to care about the heat, but I assure you – your family and friends care! Some guests might even decide to boycott your wedding entirely if it’s outside on a day that’s simply too hot, and if you have made no attempt to accommodate or protect them



Ensure your venues and wedding transport have airconditioner before you book your summer wedding with them. A hot indoor venue is enough to send people home early, and nobody wants to open the windows of their Rolls Royce on the way to the ceremony – HELLO windswept hair?! Not cute.



If you do decide on an outdoor ceremony venue in the height of summer, make sure you choose an area beneath trees or with ample shade. Do your family and friends a justice and protect them from severe sun burn or heat stroke. They’ll thank you for it and won’t always remember your wedding as “the one that gave Uncle James third degree burns”.