WIN – Brides & Brownies

Ed Dixon Food Design brownies will change your life. Change. Your. Life. So it’s no great surprise that when they suggested we give away 3 copies of my book AND bundles of delicious brownies, I jumped at the offer.

To celebrate the release of Sixty Secrets for a Happy Bride, Ed Dixon Food Design and Sixty Secrets are giving away 3 copies of the book, each arriving with an EDFD brownie box. Nom nom nom.


It’s easy to enter


Here’s how you enter:

Competition closes Monday 16 May.

If you’re engaged and looking for practical advice on how to stay sane, this comp is for you. Or if you know a girlfriend getting hitched, enter it for them.*

Good luck!

*I advise you give as a gift only on the condition that your friend shares the brownies.

More about the book…

This book is the perfect treat to help any bride stay balanced, get organised and, most importantly, be excited in the lead-up to getting hitched.

Oh… and we think it’s rather beautiful too. There’s a textured hardcover, an inscription page for you to personalise if it’s a pressie (see here for some inscription thought starters), lovely illustrations throughout and easy navigation with coloured tabs. Read it cover-to-cover, or pick it up whenever you need a little help or reminder of what’s important.

Every wedding is different. Every couple is different. Every budget, family dynamic and set of expectations is bound to be different. So while we can’t whip up an encyclopedic spreadsheet that every bride must follow, we can strip things back to what really matters: Relationships, Preparation, Budget, Event StylingPersonal Styling, Ceremony, Reception, Memories and Life Beyond.

So for all the lovers out there – the stressers, the don’t-know-where-to-starters, or the I’m-going-to-vomit-if-I-read-another-blog-about-DIY-mason-jar-ers – here are the nuggets of wisdom I’ve learnt along the way … or wish I’d been told before we got started.


And thanks to EDFD

I’d also like to give a shout out to the talented folk at EDFD. Not only did they do the catering for my wedding, which included the most scrumptious ham – so scrumptious in fact that it was stolen (you can find out about the Hamburgular here!). But they were also interviewed for my book and provided valuable insights about wedding food, venues, timing, relationships with suppliers and how to avoid the common mistakes many brides unfortunately make.

So on behalf of the happy brides across the land who’ve taken your wisdom on board – thank you.