“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, Less Stuff bride.


  • May312016

    Small wedding, big love: Matt and Erana go minimal for their wedding

    Growing up as teenagers: Matt, his mate Josh, Erana and her sister hung out a lot. Life takes its turns…

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  • May182016
    Mindful relationship article by Amy Wilson

    Let’s raise our glasses

    Once the champagne has been opened, the frothy goodness run down your arm and dutifully been scoffed- what are you left with?…

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  • May172016

    Fred and Dan 10 year vow renewal, Relaxed intimate wedding

    Fred (aka Alison) and Dan were high school best friends: sharing mixed tapes, endless chats and wrote letters before the…

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  • May072016
    Mother and son image by Sandra Henri Photography

    Mother’s Day musings, Poem by Amy Wilson

    “Maaaa” She is there Grunting with pain As you entered the world Swaying her hips on repeat Cold feet tapping…

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  • May052016

    Kate and BJ’s ethical wedding, Weddings that give back

    Nepalese earthquakes and visa uncertainty, even a snowstorm days before their big day couldn’t keep these two apart. It was…

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  • May042016
    Underwater photography by Angela Louise Photography

    Letter to my Inner Child, Poem by Amy Wilson

    A Letter to my Inner Child “Dear Amy, If I was to write you a letter I’d wish you to…

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  • May032016

    Jo and Arjuna’s mindful wedding day at Killcare Beach, Central Coast

    Jo hobbled along with a sore ankle, balancing pizza and movies when a guy stopped to ask her if she…

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  • May022016
    Karen Willis Holmes wedding dress

    As we are, Poem by Janice Huckerby

    We ask ourselves, is there love in what we do? Are we coming up in equal measures with loving and…

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