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3 Smartphone Apps Every Bride Needs

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3 Smartphone Apps Every Bride Needs

Almost every person these days has a smartphone, and not surprisingly, we are on them constantly. If you are planning your wedding these three apps are a must have. They will not only help with the wedding preparation, but are also excellent tools which you might not have thought to use.

We just would like to confirm that we are NOT sponsored by any of these apps, we just found them and thought they are cool!



Wedpic App

Instead of getting people to tag photos they took at your wedding, why not get them to directly share them with you privately. Wedpic is great because you create an account, give everyone the passcode and then all the photos they take can be loaded into the cloud software. That way you get all the photos from the day from everyone’s different point of view.

Available on: Android and iPhone



Pintrest app

You probably have already started a Pinterest board for your wedding but if you haven’t it is well worth downloading the Pinterest App. Browsing ideas, websites and other people boards will inspire you and is more effective than seeing who said what on Facebook.

Available on: Android and iPhone


Our Wedding Planner

Wedding Planner App

Great app, looks clean and easy to customize. Only issue according the reviews and what we tried was unable to export the guest list. As such you should write down a name for reference but don’t bother filling in contact and address for them. Everything else seems really good.

Available on: Android


Do you have an app you use for your wedding? Let us know in the comments below.


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Involving Children At Your Wedding

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Previously we have talked about how to keep kids entertained at a wedding, but suppose you want to actually involve them? Like anything the age of the child depends on how much responsibility you can give them. Also depending if you want the child “just included” or if you want to “get them involved”.


Tasks for children

These are some jobs that can make the children really feel involved during the ceremony


Ring Bearer (6 years +)

Providing you put the rings on a pillow securely, it can be quite nice to have a child walk down the aisle holding the symbols of love. Obviously because it is a task that requires a bit of concentration, usually it is recommended for older kids (6 years old +) however any age can do this in theory as long as you have a responsible adult on hand as a backup


Flower Boy/Girl (3 years +)

Boys and girls throwing flowers everywhere is very cute and possibly the easiest way to involve a child in your ceremony. If they become temperamental on the day and don’t want to do it, or instead of spreading flowers they just make a b-line to the end of the alter it won’t ruin anything (and if fact be considered adorable).


Sign holder (3 years +)

Another cute idea simular to throw flowers is having kids walk down the aisle with signs like “Here Comes The Bride” or “Last Chance To Run”, etc. Again if they miss out on nap time and decide they don’t want to do it, it won’t affect the ceremony at all.


Junior Bridesmaid/Groomsmen (8 years +)

If you have slightly older children you can include them in your actual bridal party as “Juniors”. They don’t necessarily have to have all the same responsibility as the adults in the bridal party but it means they get to feel included and all grown up. You don’t need to partner them up with anyone nor have them sit at the bridal table is you do not wish but its nice thing to have.


Including YOUR Children

The task above can be used for your children, or family members, or friend’s kids, but these ideas are specifically for your children if you want to include them in the wedding


Unity Candle (3 years +)

Depend on what you want to include in your ceremony, a Unity Candle Light can be a beautiful way to include your child. You each light a candle and then together light a central one to show how you are all included.


Sand pouring (3 years +)

Similar to a unity candle, you all put layers of different colour sand into a glass and once it is finished you have a keepsake for your home.


Have them give a poem (6 years +)

If your little one has a lot to say, why not have them give a small poem or speech at the ceremony or reception. Nothing is more beautiful than earing your child wish you and your partner love and happiness


Special Dance (3 years +)

When you and your partner has have their first dance, it might be nice to have a special dance with your little girl or boy.


Did you do any of these at your wedding? Have you seen them done at other peoples? Do you have any other suggestions? Let us know in the comments below!


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Best and Worse Times Of The Year To Get Married

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Best and Worse Times of the Year to to get Married!

So everyone has their favorite time of year, whether you love snuggling up from the cold or sunbaking on the beach, the time of year you love may also determine when you want to get married. Through statistics complied by Easyweddings and our own personal experience we have broken down the days, dates and seasons which most couples like to tie the knot.

With this knowledge it may help you in determining what dates may fill up quicker than others and alternatively, when might be the cheapest time to get married.


Which DAY does everyone get married?

If you have gone to a wedding, chances are it was on a Saturday. Not surprisingly 62% of brides choose this day. And why not?! It’s the ideal day to party late without work the next day!

What is surprising though is Friday was the second most popular with 15% followed by Sunday 11%.

Weekday weddings although not super popular still of course happen, with 2% of couples getting married on Mondays, 3% on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and 4% on Thursdays.

What this tells us:

If you want a Saturday, book as far in advance as you can, if however you are happy with either a Friday or a Sunday the rush is not so great and if you can do a weekday wedding you won’t be fighting much competition. However keep in mind that some venues are not always open during the week and some suppliers have other ‘day jobs’ meaning their availability may not always work on a weekday


Which SEASON does everyone get married?

According to the stats, Spring is the most popular time of the year with 37%. The flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and the weather is just right. Autumn came in second with 26%. Summer and Winter were the smaller coming in at 19% and 18%.

What this tells us:

Getting married when it is cooler (25-28 degrees) is usually the best time. It’s not surprising of course with guys needing to wear suits and of course having your ceremony when it’s not raining or feeling like the Sahara desert. Be prepared for the kind of weather you want and adjust accordingly (so maybe avoid the 3 piece for the groomsmen in the dead of Summer)


Which MONTH does everyone get married?

The most popular month is October coming in at 15%, followed by November at 12% and September and April at 10%. The least popular time is June with only 4% of brides and grooms getting married.

What this tells us:

Book as far in advance for anything in October and November if you want a certain venue or supplier. We often get dates which we have to turn couples away because we get so busy.

One thing that these stats don’t say though is preparing for other events. Only 6% of couples get married in December, however because that time of year everyone is booking their Christmas Party, School Disco, or even some birthdays, it means that you are not only competing with other brides for venues and DJs, but with corporations, schools, and random individuals. Be sure you also book well in advance for December as well.

Also as you will see in the following section, even though only 9% of brides get married in March, almost every Saturday is getting booked up so regardless of what month you decide on, be sure you get things booked as quickly as you can.


2017 Dates which are already filling up (according to Easy Weddings and Komodo Music)

Some dates are already filling up like crazy so if you are getting married on one of these be sure you have booked your venue and suppliers NOW and have written confirmation on everything:

  • Saturday 25th February
  • Saturday 11th March
  • Saturday 18th March
  • Saturday 25th March
  • Saturday 8th April
  • Saturday 22nd April
  • Saturday 7th October
  • Saturday 14th October
  • Saturday 21st October
  • Saturday 18th November


Dates to be aware of that may also fill up/be expensive for your wedding

Apart from the above, there are also a few days which if you choose to get married on may also fill up quickly or be very expensive to have it on. These are usually public holidays, or weekends with a public holiday. Sometimes there will be a premium to have the venue/supplier and other times they just might get booked first so keep these dates in mind:


  • Australia Day Week- (Wednesday 25, Thursday 26, Friday 27 January)
  • Labour Day (WA) Weekend- (Sunday 5, Monday 6 March)
  • Easter Week (Thursday 13, Friday 14, Saturday 15, Sunday 16, Monday 17 April)
  • Western Australia Day Weekend- (Sunday 4, Monday 5 June)
  • Queen’s Birthday Weekend (Sunday 24, Monday 25 September)
  • Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day (24, 25, 26 December)
  • New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day (31 December, 1 January)

When are you getting married? What made you decide on that day/date/season? Let us know in the comments below.


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All Perth Wedding Expos for 2017

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Wedding Expos 2017


If you are planning on getting married in 2017/2018, you probably want to be prepared! As such you might want to put into your diaries the following dates for up coming wedding expos!

Now while there are many wedding open days supported directly by venues, the dates for them are not currently out and are usually only announced a month or two prior so if you have a venue in mind, best to keep up to date with their social media.


eBridal Wedding Expo

Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd January 2017 (9:30am-5pm)

Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre


Vintage Bridal Fair

Sunday 22nd January 2017 (10am-2pm)

Perth Town Hall


Perth Bridal Fair

Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th March 2017 (9am-4:30pm)

Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre


Wedding Upmarket May 2017

Saturday 6th May 2017 (10am-3pm)

UWA, Winthrop Hall


eBridal‘s Weddings Functions & Celebrations Expo

Friday 2nd June (4pm-9pm) and Saturday 3rd June 2017 (9am-4pm)

Crown Burswood


One Fine Day Wedding Fair

Sunday 11th June 2017

Claremont Showgrounds


Wedding Expos Australia

Sunday 6th August (10am-3pm)

Ascot Racecourse


Wedding Upmarket August 2017

Saturday 26th August 2017 (10am-3pm)

UWA, Winthrop Hall


These dates were correct at the time of writing (Dec 2016). All info can be found on their websites.


So guys what expo are you most looking forward to and why? What expos have you found not to be that great? Let us know in the comments below


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