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Modern Lego Birthday Party

If you’ve ever spent time with a boy – ages 3 to 10 or so – you know that Legos are kind of everything. I’ve spent hours in that damn store with my son who inspects each piece like he were about to go into major surgery. So when I show him this little lego inspired party – crafted by One Lovely Day with sweets by Sweet Bloom Cakes – I know exactly what he’s going to say. “Mom, when is MY birthday.”

We had an amazing day celebrating the 5th birthday of our sweet little boy Aniken. Aniken is absolutely obsessed with Lego and when i told him that he will be having a Lego themed party, he was over the moon.

My dear friend Dewi from Sweet Bloom Cakes made the delicious lego head birthday cake. Sweet treats included, macarons, lego cookies, pyramid chocolates, lego cupcakes, handmade chocolates and a selection of yummy candy. I purchased these cute black and mint garbage bins and filled them up with lollies. I designed the white lego inspired backdrop and kept is very simple as i wanted all of these other elements of the table to pop. The colour palette was black and white with touches of yellow and blue.

Last but not least, i was glad that Aniken had an amazing time with his friends and family and i enjoyed watching him play soccer, running and dodge ball games.

Event Styling: One Lovely Day | Cake And Sweets: Sweet Bloom Cakes

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Romantic Waterfront Australia Wedding at Campbell Point House

I’ve been starring at these images from The White Tree for quite some time, and yet still can’t find words that will do them justice. This is a wedding that is truly beautiful in every sense of the word – from the gorgeous styling to the totally in love high school sweethearts saying I do – every moment captured is as stunning as it is sweet, and you can see even more here.


From The Bride… My now husband and I met as High school sweethearts and we have been together for 11 years. Nick organised a surprise trip to Sydney where he planned a sea plane to fly us to an Island for a romantic picnic on the beach where he proposed.

The wedding was at Campbell Point House. We loved the romance of the venue and the fact that our family could stay at the venue with us during the weekend, having everyone with you makes it even more special. It was also the location as it was halfway between our old home where we grew up in Country Victoria before we moved to Melbourne together at the age of 18.

The theme was inspired by the location, the venue and a romantic look and feel. It was all whites and soft pinks, all neutral colors. Everything on the day had some handmade elements to it, from the homemade jam, to the wedding cake, to the hand made menus and name tags. My Mother made the cake, which was a white chocolate mud cake, my 77 year old Grandmother made homemade jams for the bombonieres.

The weather was clear but windy, however as we sat down for dinner which was set up outside on the grass the gods were smiling as the sun came out for a brief moment before we all headed back inside the house to continue the night with cocktails and dancing.

I had seen Karen Willis Holmes gowns featured on wedding blogs, which I was looking at while preparing for our wedding, I went to some other stores to try dresses on, but nothing I tried made me feel like it was the one. Then we went to the Karen Willis Holmes Armadale store and this dress was perfect. I said I would buy it before I even saw myself in the mirror, as it just felt perfect, I had to have it! The detail, the design…I didn’t want to take it off!

All bridesmaids dresses were different selected by the bridesmaids themselves, from Review, Rodeo Show and some online stores.

Photography: The White Tree | Videographer: The White Tree | Wedding Dress: KAREN WILLIS HOLMES | Invitations: The Print Fairy | Ceremony Venue: Campbell Point House | Reception Venue: Campbell Point House | Make Up: Blush Makeup Artistry | Music: The White Tree

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Classic Waterside Wedding in Perth

Here at Style Me Pretty we know that weddings should be both beautiful and fun. And this wedding, brought to us by Kirsty Russell Photography is just that. From the bridesmaids’ gorgeous blush dresses to the groomsmen’s surprising super hero outfits, this is definitely a day the couple will never forget. Check out more of the fun in the full gallery here!

From Kirsty RussellIt was so much fun being a part of Sarah & Ray’s beautiful wedding in May this year. Despite having a week of rain prior, we were blessed with a glorious day of sunshine from start to finish. It was the small details throughout their wedding that really made this day all the more unique and special. Ray and his groomsmen had heaps of fun being superheroes in disguise, taking any opportunity to rip their shirts open to expose the themed shirts underneath. The reception had a theme of traveling the world, something special that Sarah & Ray have shared together. Congratulations Mr. & Mrs.! Thank you for sharing your story with us.

Photography: Kirsty Russell | Invitations: Vista Print | Ceremony Venue: St Georges Cathedral, Perth | Reception Venue: The Breakwater | Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Hair Stylist: Jessica Avery | Bridal Gown Boutique: Complete Bridal | Bride's Rings: Angus & Coote | Groom's Ring: Michael Hill | Location Photography: Kings Park | Location Photography: Hillarys Boat Harbour | Makeup: Ali Price

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