Set your Marriage off with a bang!
Fireworks have always been a traditional feature of weddings. The high flying rockets are supposed to represent the celebration of the wedding. But why not take the ideas of fireworks a bit further? Fireworks night, November 5th, has so many more aspects than just the fireworks, so why not tie these themes into your wedding as well.
For me there must always be s’mores where there is a bonfire and fireworks. If you have never met a s’more before this will change your life! They are a biscuit sandwich with chocolate and melted marshmallows in the middle! Mmmmmm.
If you want to go all out with the bonfire and fireworks theme, then why not serve baked bananas with chocolate sauce and ice cream for pudding? A classic family favourite on bonfire night, so why can’t you have it at your wedding.
Bonfires are FANTASTIC- especially if you are having an autumnal wedding. They are the best, cheap, source of heat, they create a natural point for people to gather round, and they produce a beautiful orange glow, giving every photo a warm atmosphere.
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