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  • Jul052016
    Community wedding in South Africa

    Nonki and Rabi’s community minded wedding in rural South Africa

    An oasis of life inspiration, an “Energy giving” wedding rather than an “Energy taking” wedding. Nonki & Rabi’s wedding was…

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  • Jun302016

    Charis and Kane’s joy filled Byron Bay elopement

    Charis and Kane believe the purpose of their relationship is to act as a mirror to one another, reflecting back…

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  • Jun282016

    Kalpana and Matt go non-traditional for their wedding

    Kalpana and Matt met at a salsa party and soon discovered they had a lot in common. They are both…

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  • Jun162016
    Natural ethical wedding Port Stephens

    Anna and Tim’s wedding, a reflection of their values of living simply and ethically

      Ethical living doesn’t need to replace elegance as Anna and Tim proved at their inclusive, understated wedding. They chose…

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  • Jun142016

    Laura and Simon share their happiness with The Wayside Chapel community

    Laura and Simon met whilst volunteering on board a Mardi Gras float that The Wayside Chapel had entered in the parade.…

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  • Jun112016
    Sister circles as hen's party alternative

    Sister Circles, the hen’s party alternative that nurtures and connects

    Sacred Sister Circles for The Bride to Be Kate Reed, MA (Counselling) The Sister Circles Something profoundly beautiful is happening…

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  • Jun082016
    Cover if issue 32 of white magazine

    As seen in White Magazine, ethical-eco wedding blog and gift registry

    We love seeing the Less Stuff – More Meaning message gaining momentum! You’ll find us in this issue of White…

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  • Jun072016
    African portrait

    Ubuntu: The African philosophy of giving

    “Ubuntu” : “I am what I am because of who we all are” This is a Bantu dialect African philosophy based on…

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