It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful bride than one surrounded by twinkling fairy lights and bunches of wild, bohemian-style flowers. Boho weddings are amazing during the summer months, and they’re something that you and your guests will never forget, so we’ve gathered together some gorgeous ideas to get you inspired…
Wedding Ideas: Venue Decoration
For many brides, getting married in a castle fulfils a childhood dream; it’s the perfect opportunity to feel like a princess for the day. Castles offer stunning landscapes, sweeping staircases and stunning architecture – whilst offering couples the opportunity to create unforgettable memories in a unique and luxurious venue. If we haven’t already convinced you, check out our 8 reasons to get married in a castle.
Confetti is a magical part of a wedding day and an opportunity for your guests to celebrate that special “post-wedding” moment. Shropshire Petals is a unique confetti company who grow natural petal confetti on their own Shropshire farm. Natural bio-degradable confetti is eco-friendly and is therefore preferred by venues.
*Competition* – Shropshire Petals are giving TEN lucky brides the chance to win confetti for their big day. The competition ends on July 14th 2015.
For some brides, the idea of designing their own wedding is an exciting way to take complete control and be creative. For others, hiring someone to take care of the wedding planning is a much better option. We wonder, what are some of the advantages and disadvantages of doing it all yourself?
If you are working on a tight budget, you might find that planning your wedding yourself could work out cheaper . Working on a budget might also just spark your creativity; you will find a way to achieve the look and feel you want without spending more than you would like to.
Finding the perfect wedding venue can be a tricky affair, and more and more brides are looking for ways to make the day really different.
Here are Kemp and Kemp’s Top 5 reasons to choose a village hall:
1. You have power, toilets, parking and furniture already on site, and often very good well equipped kitchens. There will sometimes be a bar area or other room available for presents, dancing or wet weather alternatives for your canapé reception.
2. You can easily find halls to hire in most large villages.
3. They are usually very cheap to hire once you find the bookings secretary.Read More
Are you bored with all the wedding colour schemes? If yes then why not make a statement and have a metallic themed wedding which is great alternative twist from the normal colour schemes. Here are some ways to incorporate metallics into your day without breaking the bank! The dress is a great way to grasp the metallic theme; there have been stunning gold dresses rocking the catwalk from Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang and Monique Lhuillier. In many ways, wearing a gold dress can feel more special than a white one as it is very unique and can be more flattering with golden and olive skins tones.