meet Hayley Barberis, the Victorian producer for The Baker Boys Band, who are available all across Australia. The Baker Boys are a customisable 3 to 14 piece band specialising in high-energy music for weddings and pride themselves on filling dance floors.
We discuss the process of choosing the band and what live music truly brings to your wedding day.
Meet Jane Libbis, a lawyer who specialises in Family Law at Umbrella Family Law. She helps people who are separating start their new life. We discuss legal options for couples including prenuptial agreements and how to set yourselves up for a successful marriage.
Meet Paula Christie from The Small Things Co. where they event plan, style, design and hire everything you need for weddings.
In the episode, we discuss how they offer couples different packages, what areas couples should think about to start their planning and some small ideas that will make a big difference.
Meet Aneta Pazeski, who explains how her business Bridesmaids Dressing Room helps celebrate love by ‘cutting out the stress & find that perfect dress’.
Meet Sarah Aird, a Marriage Celebrant and trainer of Celebrants. We discuss how you legally get married in Australia, including a dive into marriage documents, what forms of ID you need, time frames and even name changes.
Meet Darcy Burch, a wedding planner at Easy Weddings who joins us on the podcast. Darcy has had a huge amount of experience in the wedding industry as an event planner at some of Melbourne’s most popular venues and now helping couples put together their dream team of suppliers all across Australia. In the episode we discuss what Easy Weddings is and how her role helps couples plan their weddings, along with great advice for couples unsure how to plan during COVID.
Meet Michael Briggs; Briggsy is a Melbourne/Yarra Valley Wedding Photographer, family man, joker, musician and genuine legend.
We cover how he became a photographer, the advice he has for couples and talk about surviving the current times of Covid. You can catch more of Briggsy on his own podcast ‘Chase This Light’. I hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did.
Let’s talk about wedding ceremony music. How many songs will I need for my wedding? Is Spotify or a live band better for the ceremony? Who’s controls the wedding music? How long should each song be? Do I need a licence to play wedding ceremony music?
Meet Pete Hordern, aka Pete The Celebrant; a Melbourne Celebrant who is now your wedding sherpa. Hear the plan for future episodes, why Pete became a celebrant and how he helps his couples.
We were late for our Melbourne wedding; because why not, we’d just come from our other one (read blog 2 if this makes no sense). Once the bus stopped, my boys and I jumped out and walked down to the front of the room; that’s when it hit me!