Pamela Hale investigates how selecting the right venue can help your dream wedding become a reality.
Pamela Hale uncovers why videography is one of the most significant elements worth incorporating into your special day.
Olivia Morffew speaks with marriage celebrant, Elaine McNamara of A Certain Celebration, to find out how to write that perfect promise.
For TwoWedding cakes have had a long and rich history, their presence flavoured with tradition and ...
Having brought countless fairytale weddings to life, Karen Bentley, sales and marketing manager at The Riverstone Estate, shares her thoughts with Tegan Lyon about styling your venue to bolster the magic of your day.
Against The OddsAs the saying goes, ‘love conquers all’ and for an industry which is reliant on uniting enamoured ...
Katie Livingston offers some creative and unique ideas to ensure your special day is a memorable occasion for everyone involved.
Melbourne Wedding & Bride’s Kirrily Ireland explores a range of unconventional and showstopping transport options to make your wedding day just that little bit more exciting.
Natasha Brennfleck explores the ins and outs of wedding planning, from choosing the right planner, budgeting, key questions to consider, and how to maximise professional help to ensure your wedding day is one to remember.
Natasha Brennfleck speaks with Nicole Answer, the owner and designer of Nic’s Button Buds at the forefront of unique bridal floral design.
Kirrily Ireland chats with Steve Lawrence, owner of Geelong Fireworks, to reveal how Melbourne Wedding & Bride readers can incorporate pyrotechnics into their celebrations.
Natasha Brennfleck speaks with Cameron Beever, general manager at Ringwood Jewellers, to provide advice and discuss the options available to grooms in search of their perfect wedding band.
Bethany Hayes offers tips and suggestions to simplify the accessorising process before the all-important trip down the aisle.
Tegan Lyon discusses the merits of steering away from a traditional hens and bucks in favour of a joint celebration.
Jacqueline Maya speaks with XSiGHT Photography & Video about why candid wedding photos are so popular.
ImaginationThe magic of film has touched each one of our hearts at some point, whether it be a fond ...
Catherine Doedens outlines a selection of stunning outer-Melbourne wedding venues.
PerfectionWhile you may already be the prized jewel in the eyes of your partner, your jewellery, much like ...
Diamonds Are ForeverIt’s true that you can’t help who you fall in love with. Each one of us has a unique story to ...
Olivia Morffew explores how you can digitalise your wedding so that no matter where you or your guests are, they can be with you and your spouse-to-be when you say, “I do”.
Lucy Mackey chats with Germanicos Bespoke Tailors about how to personalise your groomsmen outfits.
Katie Livingston speaks with Ramy Attia, owner of ATEIA Photography & Video, about how to capture the perfect shot.
Kirrily Ireland chats with Hayley Barberis, manager and musician of Baker Boys Band, to discuss how bands can bolster the entertainment potential of your wedding day.
Tristan Lott endeavours to find out why so many couples are drawn to the unique and relaxed atmosphere of a glamping celebration.
Lucy Mackey chats with Orchestra by PK and Wedding Sounds about choosing the right entertainment.
Head(piece) Over Heels In LoveFrom bold jumpsuits to daring two-piece sets, throughout the years bridal fashion ...
Bhria Vellnagel speaks with Marry Me Helley about how to personalise your wedding ceremony.
BasicsIt is a common occurrence for style to fall victim to the homogenising effect of fashion, and ...
Pamela Hale talks with Divine Cake Sensations about the importance detail for wedding cakes.
Tijan Biner interviews head designer at Annette of Melbourne Couture, Rose Calabro.
Pamela Hale speaks with My Wedding Wish – a charity dedicated to celebrating love in difficult circumstances.
Kirrily Ireland delves into the worlds of Scent of a Fleur and Design Impression, respectively owned by mother Marie Therese Haila and daughter Chanel Haddad.
Annie Slevison chats with You’re Invited about the various styles of wedding invitation papers.
Kirrily Ireland catches up with Allie Aszodi, owner of Allie Claire Creative, to find out how wedding photographers capture candid, authentic reflections of a couple’s special day through the magic of photos.
Jacinta Walsh discovers how best to incorporate Pantone's Colour of the Year into your wedding flowers.
Olivia Morffew speaks with Vish, owner of Phototainment, and discusses the many photo booth prop options available for your wedding day.
Annie Slevison finds out how to prepare your skin for your wedding day with help from Australian Skin Clinics.
Sarah + NathanSarah and Nathan’s story began when they were both small children; with mothers who are best ...
Natasha Brennfleck equips each groom with an array of tips and style suggestions to finesse their wedding attire.
To curate the ultimate bridal beauty guide, Bethany Hayes seeks the wisdom of Magical Makeovers owner, Kerrie Gargano, whose expert team has brought more than 10,000 brides’ visions to life.
Bhria Vellnagel inquires with Temelli Jewellery about how to take care of your engagement and wedding rings.
Lucy Mackey explores how to personalise your wedding signage to meet your aesthetic.
Bhria Vellnagel chats with All The Hype about the many ways you can personalise a photo booth guest book.
Kirrily Ireland chats with Glen Mackay, story seeker at The Right Vibe, to find out how you can get the most out of your wedding video.
Bethany Hayes speaks with the owner of one of Melbourne’s most recognisable ballrooms and function centres, The Grande Reception & Function Centre’s Daylan Karabadiak, and seeks his advice on achieving ballroom wedded bliss.
Here, Bethany Hayes discusses the ways your wedding can leave a lasting impression long after the words 'I do'.
Tristan Lott speaks with Ines Freire, designer at GWM Wedding, about the versatility and rising appeal of this alternative bridal garment.
Kirrily Ireland speaks with Olivia Waters, owner and designer of Olivia Waters Couture, to discuss the evolution of wedding gowns and what bridal fashion trends we can expect to see over the next decade.
Jacinta Walsh discovers why unconventional bridal wear is making a comeback in 2019.
Catherine Doedens speaks with the runner up in Flowers Victoria’s 2019 Wedding Table Competition.
Simi West takes you through the classic, the understated and the slightly more obscure forms of wedding transport.
Jacqueline Maya explores the history of the traditional pre-wedding celebration, the kitchen tea.
Annie Slevison explores the top transport mistakes to avoid, so you can arrive on time and in style on your big day.
The Sign of
LoveWeddings are no longer constrained by traditions that dictate a particular style. As a result, ...
Natasha Brennfleck sits down with Kristy-Lee Crossan, director of Bon Bo Vendi, to discover the perfect contemporary gift to delight guests at your wedding.
Olivia Morffew chats with Amanda Chow from SUTSA Cake Bar & Studio, and explores the many dessert options available for couples wanting something that little bit different on their special day
Melbourne Wedding & Bride editor Bethany Hayes speaks with a range of Melbourne’s wedding experts to explore how they have evolved their practices amidst changing restrictions and shares their hopes for nuptials of the future.
With more than 800 married couples under her watch, celebrant Julie Byrne shares her expert advice on crafting an unforgettable ceremony with Melbourne Wedding & Bride editor, Bethany Hayes.
Jacqueline Maya explores why food and beverage trucks are becoming a mainstay in outdoor weddings.