Hanami Dream host #UKWedLunch every Wednesday 1-2pm on Twitter.
#UKWedLunch is great for wedding planning in your lunch break with other brides to be, grooms to be and wedding professionals in the UK. We don’t need any excuse to talk about weddings on an already exciting #WeddingWednesday!
Whether you’re a wedding dreamer or in the last minute build up, you can tweet your wedding planning questions to #UKWedLunch. Whatever stage you’re at in the wedding planning process, use this Twitter hour to source products, find new suppliers, ask advice or chat with other couples about the things they’re struggling with and what they’re really proud of organising.
Just follow the live feed of the hashtag and remember to use #UKWedLunch whenever you tweet @UKWedLunch.
JOIN US EVERY WEDNESDAY! on Twitter between 1-2pm GMT
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#UKWedLunch – Wednesday 11th July 2018 As well as general wedding planning chat, today we are talking about keeping calm whilst wedding planning with top tips from Stephanie Varda Bridal Coach #UKWedLunch TOP TIP 1: Do it together. Discuss things as a couple – talk to...read more
#UKWedLunch – Wednesday 20th June 2018 As well as general wedding planning chat, today will be about wedding insurance with top tips from Wedding Insurance Group #UKWedLunch TOP TIP 1: insure your wedding just like your other life assets, car and property #UKWedLunch...read more
#UKWedLunch – Wednesday 13th June 2018 As well as general wedding planning chat, there’s some #toptips as well. This week’s theme is ‘tips for a minimalist wedding’ #UKWedLunch TOP TIP 1: Make sure any existing elements of venue or furniture are hidden to ensure...read more
#UKWedLunch – Wednesday 16th May 2018 As well as general wedding planning chat, today will be about toasts at weddings #UKWedLunch WHY: traditionally toasts were a way of checking your drink wasn’t poisoned, or the clink was to keep evil spirits at bay. An actual bit...read more
#UKWedLunch – Wednesday 9th May 2018 As well as general wedding planning chat, today we are talking about catering at weddings with top tips from Ross and Ross Food #UKWedLunch TOP TIP 1: consider food stations - different types of food that your guests can approach...read more