In my capacity as a Wiltshire-based venue stylist and as the mother of a groom with Covid-crashed wedding plans, I’ve got both second and first-hand experience of what so many couples are going through right now. As it happens, myself and two people with whom I work closely, at Wrag Barn golf club Nr Highworth, are supporting offspring whose wedding plans, Covid-19 sent into a tailspin. We’ve had to pull them back from crash-landing, keep them on track with their planning and help them hold-fast onto the joy and the thrill of the journey to making their vows.
The top 10 things to do at this stage in the wedding planning timeline In the post under this link here we have an article on the whole wedding planning timeline. But it is a rather long post. So we've decided to break it down into two separate posts, with less of the detail, to … Continue reading Wedding Planning Timeline 12-18 months+
Here's one story of when wedding plans must change. Wedding plans get changed for all sorts of reasons. Some changes are forced upon us and we have to make the best of them. Here we tell how one couple are coping with enforced changes to their dream of a destination wedding.
When you're choosing your wedding venue there's lots of stuff you need to know to help you make an informed choice. Because, we know how overwhelming it is - even for the most modest plans -we've put this list together. The venue walk through questions that follow will help you with your venue hunting. Download … Continue reading Venue Walk Through Questions
When you got engaged and started planning your wedding, everything in your world was full of love and excitement about your big day. Your wedding prep would have been in full swing. Searching Pinterest and other online sources for inspirations and ideas for your dress, shoes, veil, venue and venue décor. Then contacting and chatting to suppliers about your dreams and your vision for your big day. That was then. And this is now. And now we’re in the grip of the Covid-19 virus pandemic and your plans have been thrown into disarray.
So, you’re planning a wedding or other large gathering and you want something a bit different. Either in place of a modern beat combo or disco – or to bridge the gap between the end of the wedding breakfast and the wedding singer starting their set. Have you considered giant garden games? They might be just what you’re looking for. Who doesn’t love Connect Four or Jenga? Well they’re even more fun in outsize form.
The Bath Wedding Expo at the Assembly Rooms We have a treat in store for you! The Bath Wedding Expo is here! A fabulous not to be missed one day interactive wedding expo.For an amazing wedding planning treat in the centre of Bath, read on... 👇 Where is it You'll find the Bath Assembly Rooms … Continue reading The Bath Wedding Expo
Being the fabulous wedding venue dressing service that we are, we spend quite some time doing our research for our clients and sometimes browse the Internet to see what’s new in the wedding and party dressing world. It’s important to us – and in the end to you – that we’re up to date with the new trends in venue décor.
You’re engaged! Congratulations. Your significant other has popped the question. He – or she – has proposed. You’ve said yes and you’re now sporting a gorgeous ring. One that you’ll want to show off to all the world – and why not? We’re in a digital world, so that doyenne of the jewellery world, Beaverbrooks, has a useful article about how to take the perfect engagement ring selfie.
Just as November heralds the arrival of the Beaujolais Nouveau to the wine merchants, so early December brings the announcement of the new Pantone colour of the year. Which, for 2020 is PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue. We’ll look at putting the Pantone into your wedding décor later. First, let’s have a look at what Pantone says about their new colour of the year.