Friday, July 30, 2010

Wedding List Co. – A wedding list for every couple

Many engaged couples are now living together before tying the knot so the wedding registry and wishing well has become a popular choice for brides and grooms.

I am really excited to report the Wedding List Co. has landed in Brisbane. Located just off James St in the trendy New Farm precinct, the Wedding List Co. provides couples with an array of stylish wedding gifts and diverse contribution options.

Couples are no longer restricted to gifts from Myer and David Jones. They can now choose from over 8,000 gifts from over 300 top quality brands (such as Coco Republic, Florence Broadhurst Artwork, Jackie Shapiro) and numerous contribution options (including furniture, artwork, charity, landscaping, honeymoon, renovation fund, luggage, experiences) and the list goes on.

No more spending countless hours writing down long bar codes. The Wedding List Co. guarantees you will be done and dusted within two pain free hours. Any additional inclusions or changes can be simply made online. Wedding guests can also make purchases online without having to step foot into a busy department store.

Wedding List Co. also boosts they have over 1000 gifts on special at any one time and their delivery and wrapping is at least 50% cheaper than the traditional department store registry services.

To learn more about the Wedding List Co. jump on their website at or pop down to the very swanky Brisbane showroom.

Friday, July 16, 2010

Happy Friday!

Friday, July 2, 2010

Moda + Polo Club Wedding Shoot

A handful of Brisbane's leading wedding specialists came together earlier this year to work on a collaborative Wedding project.

The Wedding shoot was the brainchild of Alex & Andrew of Kwintowski photography. Alex and Andrew were lucky enough to have a past bride and groom Megan and Andrew who jumped at the chance of recreating their Big Day all over again.

The shoot took place at the Brisbane Polo Club, Moda and the Gallery of Modern Art Lawn.

The day was captured on film by the team at Net Productions. Jump on their blog and view the day’s footage at

A special mention goes to all the other talented vendors involved in the project:

Jewellery – Cathryn & Paul – Engage Diamonds

Flowers – Sandy & Dave – Always Fabulous Flowers

Dress – Brad – Darb Bridal Couture

Hair – Hair To Be – Kirsty

Make Up – Natasha & Natasha – Reflections of Elegance

Thank you Alex and Andrew for inviting me along for the ride!

For more gorgeous images check out Kwintowski Photography's blog at

REAL WEDDINGS - Sarah + Budhi

This week I am showcasing Sarah and Budhi’s magical wedding. This grand affair took place over the Easter long weekend at the Gallery of Modern Art. Marcus Bell from Studio Impressions was the talented photographer behind these gorgeous images. Enjoy!

The dress was from the one and only DARB and featured a French lace-frilled bodice and full tulle skirt.

Sarah's fresh seasonal garden bouquet was made by the lovely Emma at Habitat Flowers. The bridesmaids wore black strapeless ruffled dresses from Kookai.

Budhi and his rock star brothers striking a pose (Budhi comes from a family of 10!).

The ceremony took place under a marquee on Maiwar Green next to the Gallery of Modern Art. Guests sat on white leather bench seats. Two urns filled with white cherry blossoms and magnolia leaves flanked the latte isle. A chandelier hang behind the B&G.

The B&G and bridal party danced down the aisle to “You’re My Best Friend” by Queen.

The pre-reception shoot was held around the grounds surrounding the Gallery of Modern Art. This architecturally acclaimed building is a photographer‘s dream location and has become a hotspot amoungst Brisbane wedding couples.

80 guests dined from one long banquet style table positioned in the centre of GOMA’s roof top terrace. Long mirrors, carnation balls and black tall vases of seasonal white flowers lined the table.

White napkins tied together by a black ribbon and diamontee sat over silver base plates. A white gloss dance floor stood at one end of the room whilst a white gloss dance floor with a silver ball chandelier stood at the other. Chill out lounges were positioned throughout the terrace.

The table was styled by the talented Jodie from W.Edding & Co.

The black and white vintage inspired cake was made by Ideas in Icing.

Guests danced the night away with tunes from Swing Central.