Friday, September 21, 2012

Win a Yellow Tail Bubbles Pack!



Attention brides-to-be, it’s time to give back to the unsung heroes, your bridesmaids.

In honour of National Bridesmaid’s Day on 20 September, [yellow tail] wine is giving you the opportunity to raise a toast to their efforts in making your big day a special one.

Win one of 10 ultimate [yellow tail] Bubbles packs to share with your bridesmaids. This includes 2 [yellow tail] Bubbles and 2 [yellow tail] Bubbles Rosé sparkling wines.

[yellow tail] Bubbles are no champagne wannabes - they are playful, fresh and vibrant.

To enter, simply email your name, contact number and mailing address to mail@wppublishing.com.au with ‘National Bridesmaid’s Day Competition – [yellow tail]’ in the subject line.

Entries close on 28 September, 2012.

For further information and conditions of entry visit The Bride's Diary.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

The Gift That Truly Keeps On Giving...




What better way to make your guests feel special than by making a donation to the McGrath Foundation in lieu of traditional wedding favours? 

If you are looking for an alternative way to thank your guests for sharing your big day then the McGrath Foundation can provide you with wedding bonbonniere cards to place appropriately on the day to notify your guests that a donation has been made in their honour. These stylish cards will complement any wedding setting and add a touch of pink to the occasion!

Your donation to the McGrath Foundation will help place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia as well as increase breast awareness in young women. Of course, your donation is also fully tax-deductible. The wedding cards are the perfect way to share the day with your loved ones while also supporting families experiencing breast cancer in communities right around Australia.

Please call McGrath Foundation Donations team on (02) 8962 6100 to discuss your needs for your special day.



Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Top Questions To Ask When Buying a Diamond

Diamond Trader and Gemologist, Garry Holloway, is both passionate and well informed on the topic of diamonds and he believes that most diamonds are cut to make ‘magic carat’ weight requirements and are not cut for maximum sparkle, scintillation or fire.

Holloway urges us to look beyond the magic 1-carat and 2-carat diamonds as he believes that international diamond grading methods reward clumsily cut stones that achieve those ‘magic weights’. As a result, he considers many consumers to be duped into buying a poor quality product.

With diamond colour grading, 10 diamonds with the same colour grade can all have different whiteness or yellow tints when set in a ring, this is because of variations in cut quality, cut shape, size and fluorescence. Holloway recommends comparing diamonds side by side in different lighting before you purchase.

Contrary to popular opinion, carat weight is not directly linked to diamond size, yet people think weight equals size. Importantly there can be -20% to +10% size variation of weight in a diamond. Garry Holloway always selects an ‘ideal cut’ diamond where the weight is perfectly distributed for a more beautiful diamond that reflects more light.

In conclusion, Holloway urges anyone considering buying a diamond, to do their research, find a reputable diamond dealer and compare many, many diamonds, before alighting on the correct diamond at the correct price.

Visit Holloway Diamonds for more information.

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