Weekly Round Up

Just in case you missed it… 

The week started with 7 out-of-the-box ways to find your Something Borrowed

Tuesday was a bit exciting, as we uncovered what makes the woman behind Mondo Floral Designs tick

On Wednesday we shared a funky DIY project that could work for your wedding, engagement party or bridal shower

We revealed the latest range from Elizabeth De Varga – ahmayzing bridal gowns!

We showed you how a funky purple wedding makeup design can look stunning on a bride and tie in with your colour scheme

And yesterday we shared a stunning black and white wedding photograph for our photo of the week, plus all the details for the Sunshine Coast Bridal Showcase coming up next weekend

New to The Bride's Tree

Clio's on Rosemount

Clios on Rosemount is the ideal Wedding Ceremony & Reception venue. A beautiful indoor/outdoor setting for couples wanting a garden celebration, in air conditioned comfort

Capelli Foods

Whether it's canapes, buffet, platters or fully catered dining, the team will create the perfect menu that is specifically catered to suit your tastes and wedding budget.

Brilliant Bridal Beauty Tip

By Natalie Hunter Makeup Artist

To keep your face looking fresh with out to much shine on the day, carry some tissues or blotting papers, to dab on the areas that become shiny, such at the forhead, nose and chin. Tissues actually do just the same job as blotting papers, so what ever suits.

I also recommend the bride to carry a powder compact to apply after blotting with tissues or blotting paper.

Image by Honeysnaps Photography

Hi, I’m Sally, Founder and Editor of The Bride’s Tree. Over the past 13 years I’ve written thousands of articles about all things wedding from tips and trends to etiquette and ideas. On this blog I bring you the best of Sunshine Coast and Brisbane weddings.