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Everything you need to plan a wedding in the Hunter

Getting married?

Our wedding magazine will get you excited about the possibilities of your Hunter Valley wedding, while our handy online directory makes it easy to choose trusted vendors with a click of a button.

Our favourite things...

A collection of quality curated products to add that special touch to you wedding planning. Unique, affordable and stylish. Our store is always growing, so be sure to check in regularly.

Hunter Valley Wedding Planner Magazine. The Mrs Edit

Join our vendor community

Offering an all-inclusive approach to marketing, we connect wedding vendors with potential customers via our online directory, print magazine and a variety of affordable advertising options.

Real Love, Real Weddings

Our Real Weddings serve as the ultimate mood board inspiration for your wedding planning. Take a look, see what you like, and make it your own!

Hunter Valley Real Wedding: Emma + Ryan. Wallalong House. Photos: Stories With Mel

PHOTO: Stories With Mel

Recently married
in the Hunter?

We are always looking for Real Weddings to feature in the magazine and on our Blog. If you have recently been married in the Hunter, we would love to see your photos.

The Hunter region - the ultimate wedding destination

Did you know we cover the entire Hunter Region? Offering you a selection of premium wedding venues and vendors across the Hunter Valley, Maitland, Upper Hunter, Port Stephens, Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and the Central Coast!

Vendor inspiration

We are lucky enough to have an amazing talent pool of local vendors in our region, who continue to amaze us with their creativity and generosity. 

Styled shoots offer inspiration as to what these superstar vendors can do to help you bring your own personal touch to your special day.

PHOTO: Sarbo Studio

Bryce Noone Photography

Thank you to all of the wonderful local wedding vendors for your support and contributions. Without you we would not be able to provide the quality content that our visitors have come to expect.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. 

We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.