My Sister’s Perfectly Melbourne Wedding

In April this year my sister Candice married her partner.   Of everyone in my family Candice is by far the most organised, and true to form she arranged every wedding detail herself, including her hens party. With the maid-of-honour role requiring no work and just the glory of the title at stake, my sister […]

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When Big Sis Got Married

It hasn’t gone unnoticed that one of my most well received blog posts is of the wedding of my little sister, Pamela. I get it. I’m not too proud to admit I have a secret wedding board where I pin an eclectic mishmash of wedding inspo, so yes I also love checking out other people’s […]

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Day on the (very wet) Green

Thanks to Coachella, the term music festival and conjures up images of twenty-somethings stomping around in the dirt wearing frayed denim cut offs. Music is an afterthought. How refreshing it was that music was front and centre at the Yarra Valley’s Day on the Green. Held at the Rochford Wines winery, Blondie and Cyndi Lauper jointly headlined the event. […]

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VAMFF 2017

As a supporter of the arts and creative industries, the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival is an annual event that I look forward to. This year I attended the Camilla and Marc Grand Showcase. Held in the magnificent Royal Exhibition Building and showing both daywear and eveningwear, the show was a true fashion theatre experience. Rich emerald […]

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Portsea Polo Bachelorette Party

A weekend away is never a bad thing, so I was more than happy when my sister, Candice, confirmed her Bachelorette Party would be held at the Portsea Polo. While I barely understand the rules of the game (and I tend to think most people attending the Polo aren’t across the rules), the Polo atmosphere […]

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Feeling lucky at the Melbourne Cup

The Melbourne Cup Carnival is one of those standout dates on the Melbourne events calendar. For some it’s a day to take a punt, others love to watch the magnificent horses, and of course some Melbournians are just grateful for the public holiday! I don’t take for granted how lucky I’ve been over the last […]

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