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Mr Bold featured in Vol 15 of The Wedding Playbook


Planning a wedding? Looking for gorgeous, fresh, creative ideas without pouring through pages of advertising?


The Wedding Playbook is an high quality free, independent Australian wedding blog and online magazine published by editors Danielle and Kathy (Danielle is the one on the left.)


You’ll find Danielle in her home office most days with peppermint tea in hand, publishing stories on the blog, sharing the latest finds on social media and designing their next magazine. Kathy’s more of a flat white connoisseur and keeps busy behind the scenes, writing and reviewing upcoming features and scouting fabulous suppliers to recommend! She also happens to be Danielle's mum and one of her closest friends. In their free time they’re often swapping recipes, soaking up the sunshine on scenic walks, plotting our next getaways, tending to their collection of African violets and trying to find any decent excuse to go out for high tea! The pages of their Australian wedding blog and online magazine are filled with candid stories, sanity-saving tips and steal-worthy ideas to help you do just that.

Definitely the right place if you want to:

  • Get practical tips and advice so your wedding day goes off without a hitch

  • Find suppliers who are fun to work with and amazing at what they do

Be inspired to do things your way – even if tradition may not agree! Danielle and Kathy have also been named an Australian Wedding Blog to Follow and one of the Top 50 Wedding Blogs for 2018! In this months edition of the free on-line Wedding Playbook Narooma's Mr Bold Catering is given a Q and A


If you want to get a quick idea of what they love to share, the glossy gorgeous (and free) online Wedding Playbook magazines are a great place to start https://issuu.com/weddingplaybook


Read the magazine

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