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Alternatives to walking down the aisle with your father

Alternatives to walking down the aisle with your father

social distancing rules Due to the current government restrictions for weddings during the corona virus pandemic, you may have to rethink some of your wedding plans. Unless you live in the same household as your father, you may need to omit the tradition of walking...

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New rules for weddings during a pandemic

New rules for weddings during a pandemic

Fourth of July We've now been in lockdown for over 100 days, due to the Corona virus (COVID-19), and things are beginning to slowly ease to allow the economy to kick start again (for now at least). The fourth of July will be a monumental date for most of England as...

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5 reasons tiny weddings rock

5 reasons tiny weddings rock

Tiny wedding trend Before coronovirus threw wedding plans up in the air, couples were already thinking about down sizing their weddings and decreasing wedding guest numbers. And now this could be a forced decision, so micro or tiny weddings are certainly a trend that...

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Celebrate your original wedding date

Celebrate your original wedding date

Wedding plans on hold What a strange few months we've been living through. A time when pretty much everything in our diaries has been wiped out. When plans have all been put on hold. It has all felt a little surreal, uncertain and apprehensive. Obviously weddings have...

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Get the bunting out!

Get the bunting out!

For centuries, 'putting the flags out' was the cue to celebrate something great that has happened and to really push the boat out. And these decorative strings of paper or material triangles, often called 'bunting', have been used at many a street party commemorating...

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Unique ways to capture wedding day memories

Unique ways to capture wedding day memories

Wedding days are amongst the most special events of our lives. We enjoy every minute, and want to ensure that our amazing memories are captured to last a life time and even for generations to come. What a picture, what a photograph It's hard to imagine a wedding...

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Take the leap in 2020: save the date

Take the leap in 2020: save the date

Leap year proposals There’s an extra day to play with this year as 2020 is a leap year. So we will have the pleasure of the 29th February for the first time again in four years. When it comes to proposing, traditionally a leap year meant that the tables were turned...

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A guide to eco-friendly wedding rings

A guide to eco-friendly wedding rings

Your wedding ring is probably the most important piece of jewellery that you'll ever wear. Not only does it play a symbolic part of your wedding day but it is also a long lasting keepsake that will stay with you for ever. So choosing, making or buying a wedding ring...

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A (Brides)made to measure wedding dress

A (Brides)made to measure wedding dress

Wedding dress shopping can feel like a fairy tale to some but can also be a little overwhelming. Oftern bridal dress shops have a sea of (generally) white dresses laid out before the lucky bride to be which can leave some feeling a little daunted. There are a few...

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Keeping your wedding guests well watered

Keeping your wedding guests well watered

With World Gin Day this weekend, my thoughts go to wedding drinks. Keeping your wedding guests well fed, watered and entertained is key to a really happy wedding day. Get this right and you're on to a winner. Remember everyone loves free things! If you can’t afford to...

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