Whether you choose the Mirror Photobooth, the Smart Photobooth, Hashtag Booth or the roaming Event Photographer with Instant Photo Magnets, their high-quality tech, customisable options, and professional service guarantee an unforgettable occasion. Photobooth Adelaide will take your wedding to a whole new level of entertainment.
Spectacular golf course views, superb cuisine and pure elegance are some of the inviting features The Grange Golf Club can offer any bride and groom. They offer a variety of versatile rooms that cater for up to 250 guests, and menus designed to suit all requirements. There is a large private bar and dance floor with adjoining balcony which is perfect for pre dinner drinks. Management and professional staff look forward to making your special occasion a most memorable one.
Sanctuary Adelaide Zoo is a unique and contemporary wedding venue located on the first floor of the new Adelaide Zoo entrance, with magnificent views across the beautiful Adelaide parklands and the Zoological gardens. Enjoy pre-dinner drinks in the Durrell Gallery, beautiful food and experienced staff when dining within the Attenborough Room and a dedicated dance and entertainment area with views over the parklands. Perfect for up to 230 guests in a seated dinner to 500 guests in a stand up cocktail style wedding celebration.
1. Wedding dresses can take a long time to arrive
Adelaide Brides should start looking for their wedding dress at least four to eight months prior to their wedding day.
2. Schedule trials for everything beauty related
The last thing an Adelaide Bride needs is crazy eye-brow’s, hair colour disaster, or make-up that they hate. If you’re using a hairdresser, makeup-artist or beautician for the first time, make sure you schedule a trial. Allow enough time for any mistakes or disappointments to grow back or be rectified.
3. Ask your suppliers if they have other bookings on your wedding day
Feel comfortable that they’ll be able to accommodate your needs if any other wedding or event has delays. Do they have enough time between commitments?
4. Ask your suppliers if they have a backup plan in the event of sickness or other emergency
What will they do if they are ill on your wedding day or there is a family (or other) emergency?
5. Get a good night’s sleep the night before
No Adelaide Bride ever wanted a hangover on her wedding day! Schedule your ceremony rehearsal, hens’ party, catch-up with interstate friends and relatives either a couple of days before your wedding, or in the days after.
6. Something will go wrong on your wedding day
Have a list of suppliers and their contact number and give to a member of your bridal party, relative or close friend. Make sure they have their mobile phone with them on your wedding day.
7. Prepare an emergency kit
Make sure you prepare an emergency kit and give it to a member of the bridal party or a close family member or friend. Include paracetamol, tampons, band aids, mints, lip-gloss, comb, etc. Guy’s pockets can also be great for this! Give your Dad your lippy! Also make sure you have water available for the bridal party throughout the day.
8. Delegate tasks on your wedding day
Adelaide Brides should enjoy their wedding day! Delegate tasks to family and friends. Ask someone to collect the cards on the night and put them somewhere safe so they are not left around and forgotten or stolen. Let family or friends know if they can take home table centrepieces or decorations. Have someone nominated to take photos, be in charge of the guest-book, etc on the day.
9. Schedule some time-out after your ceremony
Enjoy being newly married! Have a bit to eat and enjoy each other’s company in between photo sessions and greeting guests at your reception. Also make time to share a special moment with those close to you.
10. Adelaide Bride name change tips
If you’re planning on changing your name, make sure all of your honeymoon reservations are made in your new name. You’ll also need a new passport if heading overseas. Also, sometimes when checking in or collection tickets you’ll need to present the credit card used for purchase, so you might need to travel with cards in your Maiden and Married names.
13 Easy Steps to Planning a Wedding
How to plan a wedding in Adelaide. Wedding SA walks you through 13 easy steps to planning a fabulous wedding in Adelaide and South Australia.
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1. Enjoy being engaged!
Be in the moment and enjoy this special time together. Start storyboarding your ideal Adelaide wedding day. Discuss it together. What do you picture? Casual or Black Tie? Rustic or Fairy tale? Local or Destination? Wedding SA has real weddings you can browse for inspo.
2. Tell your family and friends
Announce your engagement and discuss your wedding plans with your family and friends. Find out if any VIPs (parents, potential bridal party members) have commitments that would rule out certain dates for people you really want attending your wedding in Adelaide.
3. Decide on the style of wedding
Your wedding style will narrow your venue choice. Venues often book many months, or years in advance. Once you have your wedding style, then it becomes easier to pick your Adelaide wedding venue. The most popular styles are:
Fairytale = city ballroom
Rustic = country or winery
Beach = coastal or water views
DIY = community hall, sporting venue, private home
Destination = somewhere with great views and accommodation.
Check out the Wedding SA venues or catering companies and make some enquiries as to availability and pricing.
4. Set your budget
Once you’ve received info on potential venues, you can think about your budget. Talk to your parents and see if they plan on contributing towards your wedding. Think about how much you can save and afford to spend on your Adelaide wedding. You might like to open a separate account for wedding savings and spending. Once you have a rough budget you can consider how many people you can afford to have at each venue. Of course, it’s also an option to ask people to donate cash in lieu of a gift to help off-set the cost. Wedding SA has a budget planner you can download to help you out.
5. Start booking!
6. Photographers, video and cars!
Your choice of celebrant can make or break your ceremony. Meet with a few and make sure they make you feel relaxed and confident. This will help with any nerves on the day.
8. Flowers, Decoration, Decor, Hire, Cake
What are you going to need to make your venue fabulous? Do you need to hire chairs and crockery for a DIY wedding? Will you have floral arbors and centerpieces? Some venue packages will include decorations – check what is included – it may be centerpieces, chair covers, etc. They may also include a wedding cake.
Consider a floral theme – it could be colour or style based. Remember that you’ll be holding your bouquet throughout the ceremony and photos – they can get heavy!
Will your wedding cake be used as dessert? This will determine what size your bakery will recommend. You can also get different tiers with different flavours! Heavenly! xx
9. Music and Entertainment
11. Guest list and bridal party
Work out your guest list. Select your bridal party. It can be less stressful to select your bridal party closer to your wedding date, eg 3 months before. It’s easier to not select someone, than have to un-select them. Wedding SA has a guest list and seating planner you can download to help you out.
Invitations! Send out invitations for your hens or bucks party, and then the wedding. Typically wedding invitations are sent 3 months in advance. Although this is flexible, and sometimes a save-the-date is important especially for friends or family that might need to travel a long way, arrange time off work, or save up to attend!
Yay! This can be any time you like. Soon after your wedding day, or some time later. Many travel agents offer a honeymoon registry and can be an easy, but fabulous gift from your guests. If you are planning on changing your name, ensure you have your passport and travel documents in the same name! It might also be necessary to have a credit card in this name too, especially when confirming bookings or collecting tickets.