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.
You can’t predict the weather. Although you have planned every intricate detail of your wedding, the weather is not something you have any control over. Don’t let this surprise guest ruin your day though!
Prepare for the worst. Have a contingency plan!
You can achieve a memorable, unique and stylish wedding without over-spending or literally costing the earth. Eco-Friendly wedding can take many shapes and forms and could be a great way of giving your wedding personality.
Here are five ways you can achieve a green & eco-friendly wedding…
1) Have your wedding outside. You will avoid the cost of lighting and your photos will look fantastic with natural lighting (obviously better suited to the warmer months!). If this is not possible, try choosing a venue with great natural lighting – less electrical lighting will be needed.
Picking the right shoes for your wedding is very important, here are some key things to focus on when choosing your wedding shoes.
Romantic honeymoons can be slightly different depending on your preferences. One couples idea of romance can be walks on a deserted island, and the other a joint bungee jump off a bridge in New Zealand.
For seclusion and solitude then places like Mauritius and the Maldives are a haven for private beaches, romantic settings and beautiful surroundings. Think about yourself walking down the beach hand in hand along a breath-taking coastline, the clear blue waters lapping at your feet, before heading back to your honeymoon villa to watch the sunset.
From the first step to the last dance, your wedding shoes make a huge impact on how comfortable you are throughout your special day. Some brides opt for skyscraper heels for a glamorous edge to their look, while others choose sandals for warm summer weddings; but in the quest for complete comfort and style, more and more brides-to-be are taking the alternative route and bringing a casual
element to their traditionally formal wedding attire.
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
Lots to be done, the venue, the flowers, the rings, the cake, the bridesmaids, that dress, the suits, the photographer, the menu. But what about the ceremony? Whether you choose religious or civil, the choice of ceremony is not of your choice. The ceremony you have is the same as everyone else’s (give or take some small details).
Here are some of the different cermony options that a Celebrant can offer:
Unity candle – One of the most popular ceremonial elements. This involves personalised candles being lit at the beginning of the wedding ceremony (often by the parents of the couple) to symbolise your separate lives. After the couple has exchanged their vows and wedding rings, they will be invited to use the single candles to light the large unity candle representing their married life together. It is suggested to all Cherish couples that they light their candle each year on their anniversary to recall their wedding vowsRead More
Traditionally, couples approached their local church to conduct their wedding, but this doesn’t always suit everyone. Perhaps you don’t have a particularly strong religious belief – or maybe no religious belief at all. Maybe you and your partner are of different religions, which would make a marriage in a church, synagogue or mosque difficult.
A civil ceremony may therefore be your option. The law of England and Wales is very specific regarding what Registrars can allow at civil ceremonies. (Note that the law differs in Scotland). Currently, English law states that a wedding:
– Must take place in a building (or other structure with a fixed roof) which is open to the public and licensed for weddings
– There cannot be any religious content whatsoever, either in the readings, the vows or the musicRead More
If you’re looking for a quirky hen night for you and your friends and more importantly love shoes, then shoe making with Hetty Rose is a brilliant idea as this one day class offers an unique experience to create you own pair of stunning shoes in their signature style! If it’s from flats to heels you will be able to choose from a variety of kimono fabrics to decorate and Hetty will be there to help you at every stage of the shoe making process.