Editor’s let­ter

A ton of tal­ent to in­spire your own crew


There are some se­ri­ously tal­ented and cre­ative peo­ple in the wed­ding in­dus­try who re­ally love what they do. Of­ten wed­ding sup­pli­ers are un­sung he­roes who wake up at dawn to in­stall mag­i­cal flower arches and pol­ish wine glasses. They metic­u­lously hand stitch del­i­cate laces and care­fully craft ic­ing flow­ers, or perch in a tree to get that per­fect can­did photo. We meet so many tal­ented ex­perts that we ded­i­cate an en­tire sec­tion to them each is­sue (page 29) and even ask all our ‘I DO’ brides for their ven­dor con­tacts so in every wed­ding (from page 41), you can meet their bridal team! But this is­sue we went one step fur­ther. I was lucky enough to meet the el­e­gant and su­per-fun Emma Watkins, who you may know bet­ter as Emma the yel­low Wig­gle. She ex­clu­sively shared her full wed­ding al­bum with us (page 42) and when we saw her pics we had to meet the Dream Team who helped pull her day to­gether (page 178). A wed­ding day re­ally is a team ef­fort, and who you choose to bring your vi­sion to life will make plan­ning it all the more spe­cial and fun. We hope you love meet­ing so many tal­ented ex­perts in this is­sue, so you can start pulling to­gether your very own dream team.

As al­ways, happy plan­ning and en­joy the ride!

In­stead of choco­lates or al­monds, the RSPCA has a spe­cial wed­ding bon­bon­nière idea. You can make a do­na­tion on be­half of your guests and re­ceive a sweet thank you card and lit­tle sil­ver paw pin, so your loved ones know they’ve helped save the lives of an­i­mals in Aus­tralia. So sweet.

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