Wishing for a Wedding has been a rollercoaster of emotion. We received over 1500 nominations for the most outstandingly beautiful and deserving couples from all over the world. Australia (Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide and countless other rural towns), Ireland, England, America and New Zealand. But, after much deliberation, we came up with our finalists. At this point we simply couldn’t separate them and so we sent them across to Anna Pedersen, Editor of The Bride’s Diary. Anna had just as much difficulty selecting the winner as we did selecting our finalists but she decided on the winners yesterday.
There is one essential part of a wedding that everyone seems to forget. It’s not mentioned in the magazines. It’s not included in the big-day fantasy. It’s not posted on the vision board. It normally gets lost in the glamour of the cake, caterer, dress and photography…
And yet, very few weddings can happen without it.
Australian Bridal Service’s Bridal and Honeymoon Showcase have asked US to supply and decorate their VIP tent!
We honestly can’t quite believe it… This is Sydney’s premier Bridal and Honeymoon expo and we (little old us from Mudgee!!) have been asked to supply, furnish and decorate the VIP tent.
Colour us tickled pink. And slightly shocked. And a little intimidated. But mostly tickled pink!
Working with Domayn is a little different than working with other ‘hire’ companies. Mostly because we don’t just hire. We supply, manage, style, coordinate and do everything else that you could possibly need for an event or wedding.
This is why you don’t ‘work’ with Domayn. You PARTNER with us. We collaborate to create your day. You don’t just turn up to an empty marquee structure or dumped equipment that you then need to set up. You don’t simply turn up and hope that your styling is what you envisioned.
CENTRAL WESTERN REGION WEDDINGS
Central Western Region. Unless you live here, you’ll have no idea what or where the Central West is. And that’s a true shame because it’s one of the most glorious areas in Australia. Just ask Australian Traveller!
We’re known for amazing wine, incredible food, beautiful country and vineyard scenery, and most importantly, a place to reset your senses. So why would you want to get married anywhere else?
My goodness it’s time to break out the coats, gloves and socks! Brrrr! In these frosty mornings and very fresh (read: freaking freezing!) nights it’s easy to relax with a hot cocoa under a doona and let the world just slip by. But what about the nervous brides getting ready for their big day?
Just because it’s cold doesn’t mean you can’t have your most perfect of perfect days. In our last post, we let you in on styling details for winter weddings, and this time around we want to give you the low down on what you need (and what you don’t!) for a stunning chilly gig.
We’ve been in the wedding planning and management business for around ten years so we’ve seen it all. The diva brides, the loved-up brides, the bridezillas, the groomzillas and the relaxed brides. (Believe us, we love them all!)
But the one thing that really sticks out in our minds is the ‘relaxed bride’ and the inevitable two-week out meltdown. I know you may be thinking ‘pfft, I’m a relaxed bride and I’m not going to let anything phase me!’ but believe me, you will more than likely have a meltdown just like everyone else.
We’re continuing our look into amazing wedding venues that we work regularly with and today we’re focussing on the glorious gardens of Evanslea B & B.
A unique, quiet, country escape with beautiful gardens, pool and tennis court – a perfect country getaway. Located on 9 acres, yet right in Mudgee town, with frontage to the Cudgegong River. Weddings nestled amongst this stunning garden and water front venue will amaze. It is country romance at it finest.
Wishing for a Wedding has launched! We are absolutely thrilled with the nominations we’ve received so far (and are so humbled by them). We can’t wait to get to September and change one couples’ lives forever.
But, we need to answer one question; Do Domayn Event weddings normally cost $20,000??