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Lifestyle : Weddings 2012
1HERSA1 0058 Specialising in Antiques The Victory Theatre 17-19 Govetts Leap Road Blackheath 2785 t: (02) 4787 6126 e: firstname.lastname@example.org w: www.blackheathjewellery.com Complete Wedding Package Contact us for your complimentary consultation From $10,000 completepackage@ kissweddings.com.au l lt k k @ @k ki wd d d dd d d di www.completeweddingpackage.net d di i k k 0458 138 033 Come along and discover why is one of the most popular wedding locations around. Our Weddings Open Day will give you a sneak peak at some of the area's very best wedding suppliers and best of all -- entry is FREE! SUNDOWNER TIONA'S Sunday 16th September, 2012 Venue: Sundowner Tiona Conference Centre, Pacific Palms. Entry via Front office. Time: 10.00am-2.00pm View our range of spectacular wedding facilities email@example.com | www.tiona.sundownerholidays.com Your Invited @ 428 George Street Sydney For individual stores details, log onto www.TheDymocksBuilding.com.au For the perfect marriage of Romance & Style, look no further than The Dymocks Building. Walk down our aisles Monday to Saturday to discover the city's best in bridal stores, jewellers, salons, stationery & accessories matched by superb personal service. Oliveto Ristorante & Bar Set in the beautiful parklands of Brays Bay Reserve, Oliveto offers tranquil water views of the bay. Coupled with a relaxed atmosphere and the Þnest Italian cuisine, Oliveto is the perfect choice to marry in style. For enquiries please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 8765 0006. Brays Bay Reserve 443 Concord Rd Rhodes NSW 2138 W: www.oliveto.com.au OLIVETO ristorante & bar Photographer: Tanya Tisdale AG5328517AA-190812 58 S Special report SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 2012 THE SUN-HERALD The do's and don'ts for a smooth run To avoid the pitfalls, get organised and don't sweat the small stuff, writes Kate Waterhouse. Organising a wedding is never easy and when you tie the knot in Italy, as I did seven weeks ago, you can throw in a lot of complicating factors. Such as 80 international guests, wedding planners who barely speak English and, of course, the Italian way of life, in which a week passes before they even think about replying to an email. It can get a little stressful, to say the least, but it really is the best day of your life. There is something special about professing your love to one another in front of your closest family and friends, and while I'm not hoping to find another husband, I would do it all again tomorrow if I could. Of course, there were things that didn't go to plan and the language barrier in Italy was a little testing at times. There was the time when my wedding planner told me it was a tradition to give all the guests confetti, and while I was ready to hand out little white pieces of paper, little did I know that confetti is the Italian word for sugar-coated almonds. After a quick change of plans, we were back on track. But sometimes I did feel like I was in a scene from Fawlty Towers.For instance, we had booked our rehearsal in the church the evening before the wedding, only to realise the church had been double booked with an actual wedding. So our rehearsal had to be played out in the public piazza dodging tourists and buskers as we practised walking down the ''aisle''. While I was not so impressed at the time, we all had a laugh and it is these little things that make your experience unique. That's why the biggest thing to remember is don't sweat the small stuff. My favourite part of the whole experience was shopping for the dress. I travelled to New York with my parents and literally dragged them around to every bridal shop to find ''the'' dress. As you can see by the photo of my dad, he was really excited by the whole experience. The biggest trouble I had was trying to find the right style. I didn't know what style I wanted but I knew I didn't want the typical strapless princess dress. I wanted something slinky and elegant, but it's almost as though that style doesn't exist -- there's just a sea of strapless gowns decorated in various ways. Not that I don't like strapless wedding gowns -- if you have a body
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