Wedding inspiration is alive and well on the web…

Ok, I’ll be honest.  When I first started looking for wedding inspiration and tips on the web I found  a tonne of pages, posts, links and photos. But I was, you could say, rather under-whelmed by the quality of the information I found.

However, I have not given up.  The search continues and in the past day or two I have found some great wedding blogs and websites that are full of fantastic wedding inspiration, tips and advice, stunning photos, great links and lots of other stuff that is actually informative, well-written and useful!

The latest wedding blog I stumbled across and was really impressed by is this one –  The lady that writes this blog really knows her stuff when it comes to weddings – I hope you get as much out of it as I did!

I mean, any wedding tips blog that posts an article on “The making of a Robot & Dinosaur Cake Topper” is all-right in my books!  Make sure you also check out the “problem solved” section for advice and answers to tricky but common wedding questions like “Whom do I invite to what?”, “How to honor a deceased parent at your wedding” and “Problem solved: we want money, not gifts!”.

When you have a chance to check it out I’d love to hear what you think of this blog and the info it contains – post any comments here.

Wedding inspiration - wedding cakes - robot & dinosaur topper

robot & dinosaur cake topper



Author Details

Patrick Fallon

I am a wedding photographer based in beautiful Queenstown, New Zealand. I have been full-time with the photography thing since 2006 and still can’t believe I get to do what I love for a job! Here are a few words that I think sum me up: I AM…tall and bald, happy, imaginative, constantly hungry, active and friendly. I LOVE…my girl, coffee, photography, fooooooood, my family and friends, riding bikes, being outside, the simple things in life, people… I love my life! I believe that wedding photography can and should be SIMPLE, NATURAL, BEAUTIFUL.

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