The games you choose for a hens night can make or break your party. This is a time to let your hair down with the girls, and play …continue reading
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Above all else, the hens party is simply a brilliant excuse for an amazing night out with the girls, so here at WeddingBeauty we’ve put our heads together and come up with some unforgettable ways to farewell the single life in true style.
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We’ve been joking here in the HM office for years we should do a dogs of weddings blog post. Why? No particular reason really except for the fact we think dogs at weddings is really bloody awesome!
Take the wedding on Renni and Scott for example (pictured above and directly below and first featured in issue 17) who’s rescue dog Ralph was by there side the entire day. As Renni puts it he is “the glue in their relationship” and they couldn’t imagine their day with out him.
Animals are such important members of any given family it’s easy to see why they are included in so many wedding days (provided of course the animal is never put in an unsafe environment). Below you’ll see pups of all shapes and sizes enjoying the day with their humans they love the most!
Want to see a beach side elopement that was positively gate crashed by some seriously cute puppy? Click here to read all about Brooke and James’s day with photos by one of our fave Queensland lens ladies, the lovely Stories By Ash.
CREDITS Photos (from top to bottom) Trent and Jessie Photographers, Dean Snushall, Aaron Shum, Lover Of Mine, Kelly Judd Photography, Kama Catch Me, I Got You Babe Weddings, Daniel Milligan, Stories By Ash, Christian Marc Photography, Justin Aaron Weddings and Sarah Hearts Photography.
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Source: Hello May