One way to make a big impression on your wedding guests is to have a stand-out, showstopper of a dessert or wedding cake table. There are of course many ways to achieve that depending on your budget, your tastes and your décor theme if you have one.
There’s lots of ways to theme a wedding: colour, era, hobby to name but three. In this blog we show you how to create a travel theme in your wedding or party venue. This is a fun theme to create if you’re a globe-trotting loving couple. What's more, it’s one that can be done equally well if you’re on a budget or if you’ve got cash to splash.
In our blog, Five alternatives to Champagne for the wedding toasts, we had a rummage through the off-licence shelves to bring you some alternatives to Champagne for making a toast along with the wedding speech. The logical next step then is to have a look at the correct running order of the wedding speeches themselves.
You will do many things together for the first time as a married couple. And your first dance together after you’ve tied the knot is one of then. Do you stress over choosing the song, not sure what you both like? Is it appropriate? Will everyone like it?
How to plan for your hard of hearing guests at your wedding There’s an awful lot of things to think about when you’re planning a wedding. Should you have guests with hearing loss, then planning for them is a priority. You want them to feel included in your celebrations. Your planning will take in the obvious elements … Continue reading Help with Planning for Guests with a Hearing Loss
A lot goes in to making a function fabulous. It’s a story in and of itself, of co-operation and collaboration with other suppliers. There are those directly involved in the event concerned. The photographer, the cake supplier, the wedding planner (if it’s a wedding) and more. And then there are the suppliers that the Fabulous Functions … Continue reading Creating a Winter Wonderland Wedding: the back story
In this blog we take a whirl wind look at wedding traditions around the world. Everyone in Britain knows the Old English rhyme about something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. It serves to instruct brides on the good luck charms she should incorporate into her bridal attire. Kate Middleton was lucky enough to borrow a tiara, I had a necklace, my best friend had a garter from her mother in law.
In a recent blog, Changing Times in the Wedding World, we examined some areas of the matrimonial landscape – where changes are happening now or they’re predicted to happen. For instance many brides, recognising what an outmoded bastion of sexism and misogyny the practice of tossing the bouquet is, are opting to do it a different way.
Planning Tips for Seating Guests Wedding guests seating planning is a logistical nightmare in the best of circumstances. World War II’s Dunkirk evacuation was perhaps easier to organise than some wedding table plans. Your wedding day should be the best day of your life – and not be one beset by trouble and strife. But … Continue reading Planning Tips for Seating Guests
Who pays for the wedding? Would you ask your guests to pay to attend your wedding? The question of paying for a wedding used to a simple affair: it was the responsibility of the bride’s father. End of story. This tradition dates from a time when the view of girls was one of them being … Continue reading Asking Guests To Pay To Attend Your Wedding