My Top 3 Wedding Favours

My Top 3 Wedding Favours

Part of the benefits when you are a wedding MC is that I get to see all these creative ideas and elements that makes a wedding unique to each couple, and maybe even take a piece with me home also!

I find myself drawn to items that is a subtle reflection of the couple and the love that they share, an element that played a part in their journey would always hold a special place for me.

Here are my top 3 favourite wedding favours aka bonbonniere!

Chinese Cultural Day at Balwyn Primary School

Chinese Cultural Day at Balwyn Primary School

When designing the program, we wanted to make it fun, and interactive. Sometimes it meant that modifications were made to the original craft and culture, but it would mean that it would be easier to absorb for the children or friendly to learn. If this experience is something they’d share with others then I would say that I've done my job. And if this day has helped them realise that they can be an ambassador for their culture(s) or they can connect what they love and what they know together to make a living, then that's a cherry on top! 

Ellen and Kyle's romantic get away in Daylesford

Ellen and Kyle's romantic get away in Daylesford

Winter wedding with warm colours, heart warming program and a hearty meal at Sault. The highlight was the newlyweds dancing to the song 'Love is an open door' from Disney animation Frozen, that was a first dance with great interaction between the two of them, was light hearted and full of joy. Congratulations to the newlyweds and also to the team behind the scenes. x

Tracey and Jordan's themed "Break the Code" Wedding Door Games

Tracey and Jordan's themed "Break the Code" Wedding Door Games

What do people play at the door games?? Here is a great example of what you (and your bridesmaid(s)) can refer to for your tea ceremony door game, plus some tips at the end!