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2019 is quickly becoming the year of the DIY styled wedding. With wooden tables, a little bit of greenery and a whole lotta love, this rustic beauty comes to life. Albert River wines is now offering these beautifully created wooden trestles with black of white A frame legs.

When you're not into white swagging or hessian and lace, this is the stunning alternative. Easy yet memorable receptions. All you need is a day at the flower markets and some copper fairy lights from kmart and you're all ready to go. Perfectly paired with our white americanas or our black vine restaurant chairs.

The best thing about this theme is there is no need to colour match your reception. Your bridesmaids could be wearing cadbury purple or canary yellow and everything will still tie together in our beautiful settings.

The tradition of flowers at weddings are nearly as old as weddings themselves. They elevate the room, identify the bridal party and by throwing the bouquet they also select the next bride (sometimes). These days fake flowers are becoming more and more popular as a new tradition has begun. We often here of the bridal party coming together for a BBQ and to piece together all the flowers. This is saving couples money in some aspects and at the end of the wedding the flowers will keep forever or they can be sold to another bridal couple. But there is something special about a beautiful thing that is fleeting.

It's not until we host a wedding like this that the true beauty of flowers stands out once again.

During the wedding you simply can't beat it. Fake flowers look just as good in photos but you will miss the smell and the little ones plucking at the petals of a fallen flower. I suggest a compromise. Fake Flower bouquets are perfect. You can bounce them around during your photos and no ones the wiser. But some real flowers in your centerpiece will help finish the room. In the end it depends on your budget, the time of year your getting married and the availability of your desired flowers. As long as you are happy, that's all that matters.

Nothing like a little bit of rain during an outside wedding to get the team into damage control. On this particular day we were checking the forecast every few minutes in the hopes the rain would hold off. It was looking positive so we set everything up picture perfect and then it happened. A couple of drops here, a couple of drops there.

Well, I have never seen the team move so fast. We new it would only last a couple of minutes so there were sheets flying everywhere. Everyone was in a rush to get everything covered so the bride could have her dream, under the stars wedding.

I'm glad to say, we made it happen. The rain went away, the sheets came off and everything was perfect.

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