Wedding fairs were few and far between when I tied the knot (27 years ago – gulp!). It would have been so useful to see venues, dresses, flowers and photographers all under one roof.
Free wedding planner for your Torquay wedding
With so much to organise, your wedding day can be a demanding time. There are flowers, DJs, cake, dresses plus lots more. More and more happy couples are choosing to ask a wedding planner to help organise their big day.
There can be a number of reasons why using a wedding planner can a great idea. Whether you’re pushed for time, need help with specific tasks or you’re unsure of your organisational skills, enlisting the help of a wedding planner can reduce the stress level! The experience of a wedding planner can often help to alleviate the pressure as it’s not every day you have to plan a wedding however our wedding planners do!
10 ways to look and feel great on your Wedding Day
After months (or possibly years!) of planning, your wedding day has finally arrived. There’s very little you can do now apart from go with the flow. Read our 10 tips below on how to look and feel great on your wedding day.
Wedding shows were few and far between when I tied the knot. There was a choice or 2 or 3 affordable venues, usually hotels, and your colour theme would generally be pink or peach. Most people got married in a church or registry office because there was no where else you could legally do it and wedding favours were an unheard of frippery. We didn’t need bridal fairs because there was so little choice. Leaf through a few wedding magazines, listen to your Mum/future Mum-in-law and you had all the inspiration you needed. Continue reading
You may or may not know that 2016 is a leap year. If you do, then you may or may not know about the legend of St Patrick and why he brought about this somewhat random Irish tradition of a Leap Year Wedding Proposal. The more people I speak to about the topic, the more it becomes apparent that very little is known about how this tradition came about. I decided to dig a little deeper and find out why it was decided that women could propose to men on Leap Day, during the course of a Leap Year. The truth is quite surprising. Continue reading
Weddings don’t come cheap, but isn’t it every bride’s dream to have a fairytale day, complete with horse drawn carriage and champagne fountain? With an average wedding costing around about £20,000, there is a real concern that unrealistic expectations, and a whole load of debt to start married life, is actually contributing to the rise in divorce.