February 2018

“From the moment I was engaged, the planning began!”

WFML Bride Hayley spent 12 months planning her wedding, and it paid off! On October 20, 2017, Hayley and her partner tied the knot in a beautiful outdoor setting. The pair decided on ‘shabby chic’ decorations, including gold and copper vases and an abundance of white flowers to accompany the lush green surroundings.

The colour goes by names like maroon, plum, burgundy, oxblood, wine. And this brownish-red hue works unbelievably well for wedding celebrations. We are sharing our ideas below with you, autumn brides, to show why a maroon wedding theme is best for the season ahead!

It’s luxurious, classy, sophisticated…and without a doubt the most popular wedding colour for the coming autumn and winter seasons!

This stylish shade has a regal, opulent feel to it. You can incorporated it into your ring, your wedding dress, shoes, makeup and hair accessories, your bridesmaids’ dresses, flowers, textiles and décor or even the groom’s suit! (of course not all at the same time!)

Island Dreaming: Tamika & Chris’s Desination Wedding in Vanuatu
WFML bride Tamika knew exactly the type of dress she wanted for her big day. Read on to find out how her and her partner Chris coordinated their destination wedding in Vanuatu, and how the Christina Gown helped fulfil her dreams of being an island princess.

The moon doesn’t cast any light of its own. The light from the sun is reflecting it. It takes 28 days during which the moon goes through four main phases, and few people realize each phase has a huge influence on their lives, and that by taking an appropriate action at an auspicious time (or moon phase), you can create your own destiny. It is believed that to ensure a successful marriage, it’s best to have get married during full moon. So read on below for our best full moon wedding tips.

White is often worn today by the Western bride (innocent or not). It represents innocence and purity. But where did the custom to get married in white come from? The tradition actually started with a fashion trend. The British Queen Victoria chose to wear a white lace dress and veil on her wedding day in 1840 simply because she liked the colour (and not for it’s purity). Maybe you, like Queen Victoria, also want to spark your own fashion trend. Then why not get married in a coloured wedding dress…