The NewsMail’s latest Your Perfect Wedding guide has been a godsend for soon-to-be bride Ashleigh Gaut-Tye. PHOTO: DOUG GILLETT
The NewsMail’s latest Your Perfect Wedding guide has been a godsend for soon-to-be bride Ashleigh Gaut-Tye. PHOTO: DOUG GILLETT

Plan a perfect wedding

TRYING to plan your wedding and don’t know where to start?

Don’t panic — the NewsMail’s latest wedding planner guide, Your Perfect Wedding 2010, is now available free from our front office in Targo Street.

Bundaberg bride-to-be Ashleigh Gaut-Tye, who is busy organising her September wedding, said she was looking forward to going through the guide with her bridesmaids to get some inspiration for her big day.

“It’s great that it’s all local,” she said.

“Bridal magazines have mostly high-end fashion and it isn’t really relevant to people living in places like Bundaberg.”

The guide has advice on everything from hair, make-up and flowers to celebrants, invitations and photography.

“It’s good to see pictures of other local weddings, so we know what is available here,” Ms Gaut-Tye said.

“It will really benefit me.”



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