First things first

It’s the first thing your guests see when they arrive, and it’s what they’re going to be immersed in for the four or five hours they’re celebrating with you. More than any other factor—your dress, your band, your food—your reception venue sets the tone for your wedding. While visiting a potential venue, here are some questions to consider.

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It's a date

Whether it’s a candlelit dinner, a night at the movies, or something a little more creative, couples are advised to step away from the stresses of everyday life for a night in order to make time for one another and reconnect.

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By the sea

Inspired by the seaside, the "coastal chic" colour palette is a mix of modern and vintage. Sandy neutrals, teamed with white and hints of blues, pinks and greens create a relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere. Shells, twine, sea glass, coral and succulents are cleverly mixed with glamorous flowers, mirrors and jewels.

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Pretty in pink

Want to add some pops of pink into your big day? Carry one these rosy-hued bouquets — from pale blush to bold magenta — down the aisle.

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TERRI & MICHAEL

A snapshot of Terri & Michaels elegant Gold Coast wedding, photographed by the team at Leigh Warner Weddings.

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Do me a favour - gifts your guests will love!

When you're trying to decide what kind of wedding favours you should give to your guests, one thing you should consider is if they'll keep them. After all, it's such a waste of money if your guests are forgetting about them as soon as they get home.

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