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We aren't spending $50k+ on our wedding (and if we have a baby; what I'd spend it on instead).

Scott and I are getting married in a few weeks, soooo excited! But also, deep within the budgeting and finances of organising a wedding.


Luckily, we were on the same page from the start about our budget which is considerably lower than what the average Australian wedding costs in 2023.


I go through all the things I would rather the spend the money on, when/if we have a baby together, as that's what we agreed would be a more important place for US to put all that money.


This may help highlight a few areas of extra support you would like to set up for your postpartum also.

If you are spending time to considering your postpartum, my Preparing For Postpartum webinarto guide new mothers through their postpartum period. 

I have designed this 1-hour webinar to provide you with all the knowledge you need to prepare for postpartum period in a way that will make a positive difference to your experience. By being informed and prepared, you'll be able to achieve a smoother postpartum period, with the physical and mental support you need to take care of your new baby.

Here’s what you can expect to learn:

-Specific blood tests that are important in the postpartum period

-Supplementation guidelines for new mothers including ideal forms and doses

-Naturopathic treatment options to help address postpartum mood concerns like anxiety and depression

-Identifying what type of practitioners and appointments you will need

-Importance of avoiding postpartum depletion and recovery from c-sections

-Fixing Iron-deficiency/anaemia post-birth

-Postpartum thyroiditis and it's management

It’s important to note that postpartum care is just as important as prenatal care, and it's essential to prioritise your postpartum recovery. By attending this webinar, you’ll walk away with the confidence that your postpartum will be as smooth and supported as possible. Together, we’ll ensure that your physical health is in order, enabling you to cope better with the emotional ups and downs of new motherhood.