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This Bride Took Her DIY Australian Wedding To The Next Level

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    Launched in 2012, Lover.ly aims to make the dog-eared folder of magazine clippings a thing of the past for brides-to-be. The digital wedding channel, which makes the planning process more simple, is bringing everything from charming real weddings to expert advice on all things bridal right to R29.
    Launched in 2012, Lover.ly aims to make the dog-eared folder of magazine clippings a thing of the past for brides-to-be. The digital wedding channel, which makes the planning process a more simpler one, is bringing everything from charming real weddings to expert advice on all things bridal right to R29.

    With just 30 guests, this Australia wedding was oh-so-intimate — and absolutely gorgeous. The outdoor ceremony was held at a luxe mountain resort and the al fresco lunch reception that followed featured locally-sourced fare. And, this couple took DIY to a new level: They gutted an old piano to turn it into a modern speaker system for their fete, and the bride designed all the stationery and her wedding dress. RELATED: Don't Sweat Your Next Wedding Toast.

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