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If you have planned your wedding for 2020, there is little doubt that coronavirus will affect your wedding, the only question has been "how much"? Two weeks after social distancing was introduced, and as venues and suppliers put contingency plans into action, we have all the information you need on postponement, cancellations and insurance.
Disney’s very own streaming service, Disney+, launched in the UK last week, getting everyone very excited. Finally, a place to watch all of your favourite animated films! As well as classics from Pocahontas to Pinocchio, the platform includes the popular series Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings.
The series, hosted by husband and wife Allison Holker and Stephen “tWitch” Boss, shows couples enjoying their very own magical, Disney-themed marriage ceremonies. It’s certainly compelling viewing, and it got us thinking. Surely couples in the UK deserve the chance to have their own fairytale weddings?
Well, look no further, because here’s our guide to throwing your fairytale wedding in the UK…
Have you recently gotten engaged? Congratulations! You might be isolating at home wondering, where on earth you should start with your wedding planning while you can't go out. The easiest place to begin is to create a wedding mood board and it's really easy to do from the comfort of your home. Plus, it's a great, creative task that will help you visualise your dream wedding, no matter your planning stage.
So, are you ready to get creative?
Your engagement ring is a special and precious keepsake. It will forever serve to remind you of the start of your greatest ever adventure, and as such you want to ensure that you keep it in pristine condition. Keeping your hands clean with hand sanitiser is imperative for many, especially with the coronavirus pandemic. However, many are worrying about how chemicals in hand sanitiser and cleaning products could affect their rings.
Fear not! Here is our guide to keeping your engagement ring safe from hand sanitiser...
Are you looking to find the perfect gift list boutique? Then look no further… The team at the stunningly luxurious Tobias Oliver Interiors have hand-picked a gorgeous collection of signature gift items. This selection showcases some of the beautiful homewares that can create a unique and very special wedding gift list.
Last week on The Wedding Fixer, we saw Sarah Haywood help Josie and Ben plan their wedding day. This couple have planned the most complex wedding imaginable and with Josie being a very indecisive bride, Sarah had her work cut out ensuring the she could make a decision and stick with it.
There were a number of key wedding planning issues that were identified in this episode, so we picked two which are relatable to many couples and asked Sarah for her advice.
Currently, with the Coronavirus pandemic putting an end to all social gatherings including weddings for the time being, there is uncertainty for many couples about their big day. Mass gatherings are also set to be off-limits for a while after this initial lockdown. Couples getting married later this year are now choosing to drastically reduce the number of guests. This is so that their weddings are more likely to go ahead if the numbers are smaller. So, we've compiled a list of 10 great wedding venues that are perfect for a small, intimate wedding ceremony and reception.
You’ve been planning and preparing every tiny detail for months, leading to your perfect day. Then, suddenly, it’s no longer happening. Coronavirus has snatched away many couples’ dream wedding day, forcing them to postpone or cancel. The unfortunate necessity of this decision does not make it any less heartbreaking. Depending how soon your wedding was to occur, your old wedding date might sneak up on you quite quickly. So, we want to help make it feel that little bit better.
Back in the day, it was assumed and expected that the bride's parents would cover a significant portion of the wedding celebration. Fortunately, customs and traditions have changed for good. Today, while the bride's parents can choose to take the onus on themselves and the groom's parents also often voluntarily step up to make contributions; most couples volunteer to cover a significant portion of the wedding cost. This is especially done if the families involved are considering taking wedding loans.
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