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Reviews of 10 Australian Wedding Sites

03-Nov-2012 | By Jasmine Phull

Reviews of 10 Australian Wedding Sites

Use the sites as a wedding directory and planning tools to find wedding dresses, bridal gowns, bridesmaid dresses, wedding photography, bridal hairstyles and answers from the ladies who know where you’re coming from.

http://www.cosmopolitan.com.au/bride/
As an extension of Cosmopolitan Magazine, Cosmopolitan Bride speaks to the discerning woman who appreciates and nice pair of shoes and a matching bag but just as confidently, perhaps not always as easily, knows how to budget for the things that matter. Cosmopolitan is your best-friend with the answers to all your wedding-related questions.

http://www.brideonline.com.au/
Looking to hire a wedding car? Scouting for reception venues? Need to organise invites? Bride Online is the ultimate directory where weddings are all about prioritising. Bride Online strips back the frills to help you plan the ultimate wedding that is a reflection of you and your husband-to-be.

http://www.i-do.com.au/
Entertaining feature articles explain the best ways not the right ways. I Do categorises services depending on your location and easily allows you to navigate through its content. Ever thought about how you’d ask for certain gifts? I Do has just the cheeky poem.

http://www.easyweddings.com.au/
Easy Weddings has all the ideas for your big day.  Offering budget calculators, a seating planner, a free website to publish all your cherished moments on and advice for after the wedding. Do we hear talk of a honeymoon? We hope so.

http://theknot.ninemsn.com.au/
In need of some wedding dress inspiration? How does Vera Wang hold up in your book? Use The Knot as a reference point for the day of your year. Whether dress research or reading up on the might happen, their articles offer ways to entertain guests at a wedding, as well as that winning wedding speech. They even share the secret to the perfect faux-glow that will have people thinking you’ve already been and gone on your romantic getaway.

http://www.swoonbrides.net/
As a blog Swoon Brides is the visual feast your eyes have been waiting for. Updated regularly, expect photos of headpieces, beautiful lace gloves and all the things that make weddings beautiful. It even has easy to make recipes for all your favourite drinks. Classic Pimms, anyone?

http://www.vogue.com.au/brides/
Needing no introduction, Vogue Brides focuses on the haute-couture bride. No price is too high and no want is too big. Or you could simply use it as an inspiration point.

http://www.polkadotbride.com/
Be inspired by the weddings of women just like yourself. See their special day through their hand-picked photos. Join in on their celebrations are you look through this collective wedding album.

http://www.bride.com.au/
Toying with the idea of getting married overseas? Bride’s Destination Weddings profiles happy couples who have thought and done exactly that. See what the bride wore, hear about the location and start creating a list of places worthy of your harmonious sanctimony. The innovative site also suggests not simply limiting yourself to a professional photography. Why not get a photo booth? Guests will enjoy the spontaneous nature and leave with lasting, visual memories.

http://www.bridetobe.com.au/
As a magazine, Bridetobe.com.au, is the online extension which goes into more detail about the day before the rest of your life. Get fashion tips from lauded Australian designer Tony Maticevski, read about the celeb’s first dance wedding songs and get the look for less with Bride To Be’s quality alternatives.

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