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Wedding Planning & Budgets

Wedding Budgeting and Planning Tools

Whether you’ve a budget of $10,000 or $100,000 you can have the wedding of your dreams – with careful budgeting, planning and creativity!  From setting budgets to seating your guests, learn all the tips and tricks you need to make your fairytale wedding a reality.


Ideas and Inspirations for Decorating your Wedding Arch:

The wedding arch is a lovely way to symbolise the joining of two people and in some cases a nice place to be if nerves get the better of you. At least you are beside the person you love and ensconced in your own arched haven. Traditionally, the structure represents the home that you are building together by the recitation of your vows to one another. At the Pink Frosting Wedding Shop we believe that there are some unique styles that represent the beginning of a marriage. From traditional to a little unusual, there is an arch that matches your style on your wedding day. A unique and beautiful arch is limited only to your imagination!  It’s your wedding and an arch has to reflect your personality or the theme you have chosen. At Pink Frosting we have put together a collection of inspirational wedding arch ideas to suit everyone’s style.   more »
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How To Keep Under Budget On Your Wedding

Your wedding day is meant to be a magical experience to share with friends and family, but at what cost does this come at? With wedding season fast approaching Australian brides as knuckling down to figure out where they can save some money but still have the wedding of their dreams. Pink Frosting’s Wedding Shop has some great options for a DIY wedding that will minimize your costs but still have the unique feel of a wedding planner’s creations.   more »
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Wishing Well Etiquette

The wishing well at weddings evolved from other similar wedding customs from other cultures. Instead of a gift registry, couples can now opt for a wishing well at their reception for the guests to place monetary gifts in for the happy couple to use for whatever they wish – honeymoon spending money, home wares of their choice (saves on having 3 toasters and eight crockpots) and the guests themselves don’t have to travel with a gift that could break or is too large.   more »
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Ideas for Cooling Down at Summer & Beach Weddings

Summer time is the time for the beach wedding – romantic as the couple exchange their vows with the sea as their backdrop and the sand between their toes. If you are planning on having a beach wedding and one that will have family and friends attending you need to think of factors such as:   more »
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Fun Ideas for your Wedding Photos

Planning your wedding you need to invest in certain things to make your day flawless. One service that will cost you a pretty penny is the wedding photography. After you have meet with and chosen your photographer, the next thing you will need to do Is schedule in a few meetings to go over the schedule for the day, what photos you want such as getting ready before the ceremony, photographs during ceremony, reception, the family photographs (usually done after the ceremony).   more »
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How to Save Money on Your Wedding Day

The minute you mention the word “Wedding” costs will go up. As we come out of a GFC and watch the banks hover over interest rates, couples planning their weddings stick to their mantra “Budget. Budget. Budget.” Many married couples I have spoken to about their own weddings and receptions all said that the magic word “Wedding” would hike prices up and brides are taking on a more DIY approach to their wedding to keep to the budget. I was no different in planning our wedding, and also experienced vendors increasing prices. Feeling feint as I read an e-mail from a photographer who charged $5000 for two hours and after that we were not allowed to keep the negatives!   more »
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Summer Wedding Flowers

In summer, everything is accentuated – the heat settles like a blanket around your shoulders, the air is heavy with humidity, the sun is scorching and palpable.  Why on earth would anyone ever decide to get married in summer! Well, the flip side of this is the intoxicating fragrance of summer blooms, lazy, hazy afternoons, tropical flavours and days that last forever.  Summer is a heady season - what better time for a wedding?   more »
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A Touch of Vintage

One of the many perks that comes from writing for Pink Frosting is I get to buy up big on all things wedding in the name of research. As I pour over pictures and stories from magazines, sit and study celebrity weddings I find myself whisked away in all the romance and whimsy.   more »
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Wedding Ringing in the New Year

Has anyone put their New Year resolutions together now? I have begun to think about mine, but have not set anything down yet. Every year I write down to eat healthy and exercise. This time I am considering learning something new like Cheerleading or dancing (me in lycra – tee hee!)   more »
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Engagement Rings 101

Marriage proposals are a wonderful thing.  Each and every proposal is a special, unique story filled with love, happiness and excited energy.  Over the years, as friends of mine have announced their engagement, the first thing I want to hear is the infamous marriage proposal story.    more »
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How to be a Bridesmaid

Yay! A wedding! Your nearest and dearest is on the path to matrimony and whilst you are admiring her new sparkler on her ring finger, she is gushing about the proposal, the date and her dress and then she grabs your hands, looks into your eyes and asks you to be her Bridesmaid.   more »
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Wedding Planner vs Do It Yourself

Back in 2001, Jennifer Lopez starred in the Hollywood movie The Wedding Planner.   Let’s not forget the spunky Matthew McConaughey also starred.   This movie provided an insight into the secret world of wedding planning with everything from the glamour and fashion through to the hard work required to pull off such an important event.    more »
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Ideas for Groomsman & Best Man Gifts

Grooms may enjoy receiving gifts in honour of their wedding more than giving them to the wedding party, but the custom of giving the best man and groomsmen gifts for taking place in your special day is an important part of wedding planning. Whether you opt to buy personalised gifts or useful ones (or a combination of the two), grooms everywhere can find the perfect gifts their groomsmen deserve.   more »
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Kardashian Wedding 101

Well on Tuesday and Wednesday night E! screened the most anticipated wedding of the week, no the  month, no the year, no the decade, no the century, no, in like forever! That is right, I sat down and watched the lead up and the wedding of Kim Kardashian to Kris Humphries with my 20 year old brother who spent the whole two nights complaining about how all he wanted to watch was a show on Quick Trim and not have it interrupted with some wedding show (ahhh yep).   more »
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The Football Wife

Deciding on your wedding date you take some things into consideration like sentimental or superstitious reasons, to accommodate family and friends travel plans, the seasons, the location, and whether or not the place you picked out is available on the day you want. For brides who find themselves set to marry a die-hard footy fanatic may also have to consider the football season.   more »
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