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ECO-ETHICAL INSPIRATION & REAL WEDDINGS

“Your blog first came up on my radar quite a while ago…I loved what you stood for and the changes you were inspiring in the wedding industry so when my partner and I got engaged it was obvious that I would turn to Less Stuff, More Meaning for ideas about how to do things differently, to inspire me to be creative and to make our celebration unique to us and the things we stand for”. Nastia Gladushchenko, real bride.

  • Jun102020

    How to be an ally to our Indigenous Community. By Heart and Earth Ceremonies

    By Arlene of Heart & Earth Ceremonies, from Birpai Country (Port Macquarie); Arlene became an authorised Marriage Celebrant in 2018…

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  • May142020

    Meet Team Less – King and Thieves on non-traditional wedding photography

    Ben from Kings and Thieves describes himself as tattooed, pierced with a huge beard and a Scandinavian scowl. He wears dark denim,…

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  • Apr152020

    Connecting to country and community through your wedding; Lauren & Scott show us how.

    “The idea of sharing a meal, being loud and messy and intimate was important”. Lauren.     Here at Less…

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  • Apr082020

    Meet the experts – Tenille from Vegan Weddings and Events

    Image by Liam Foster and styled by Nicole Bull   Tenille is one of those people who wholeheartedly lives her values;…

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  • Mar302020

    Walking wedding in rainy Tasmanian wilderness

    Images by Lauren Sutton   When first meeting local celebrant, Tim Grimsey, Brodie and Madeleine shared their idea of a…

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  • Mar222020

    How to plan a low stress wedding in these crazy times

    Image by Sandra Henri Photography   Between the bushfires, and now COVID-19; wow this year is teaching us to live…

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  • Mar122020

    How to create a wedding with Hygge (coziness)

    Image by Nichole Taylor   Introducing, Wedding Hygge. The wedding industry is a bit nuts to be honest. There are…

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  • Mar052020

    How to plan a Mindful Wedding – Free resource for couples and wedding professionals

      Introducing our brand new Mindfully Wed resource! Intended as an adjunct to our Mindfully Wed E-Guide, this taster of…

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