Wedding Ideas: Other Articles
Take a break from your wedding planning to read about other wedding related matters, from how and where celebrities tie the knot to what goes into planning a royal wedding.
Even if you’re 100% sure your partner will say yes and you’ve looked at how to buy an engagement ring, proposing can be quite a daunting experience! Often the biggest stress when proposing your partner is deciding how and where to do it. Special as it is, surely you want to ensure that this proposal is impressive and unforgettable. Here, we have our favourite proposal ideas which can be adapted to be personal to you! From simple to more elaborate, simply add a little personality to make it different, unique, and truly capture your relationship. Bonus, all of these ideas are COVID-19 friendly!
In tier 4 and in national lockdowns, Government guidelines have stated that weddings are only allowed to take place in very exceptional circumstances of a ‘deathbed wedding’. So, what exactly is a ‘deathbed wedding’?
2020 is a Leap Year so we get an extra day in February with an unusual tradition! Originating in Ireland, this tradition states that on February 29th, proposal etiquette is twisted so a woman may ask a man to marry her. Of course, women can propose any day of the year if they want, but this is a good excuse! So, we have discovered how this tradition came about, why it’s an excellent option for a modern woman and some advice on how to take the plunge!
Voted one of the world’s most romantic cities, second only to Paris, London is an ideal proposal location. Whether living in the city or just in town for the day, London offers up countless unique places as a perfect proposal backdrop. From panoramic views to historic landmarks, London has something special to offer every couple. So, discover our top 10 romantic London proposal spots below.
If you're planning an Oxfordshire wedding, then Guides for Brides have just the thing for you! Our Oxfordshire Guide includes all the top wedding venues and suppliers in the county, as well as wedding planning advice, ideas and inspiration. In this issue, you'll find the best wedding barns in Oxfordshire, wedding flower trends for 2020, first dance songs, wedding menu ideas and much more. Read our Digital Edition of the Guide here and you'll even be able to click on the articles to find out more about the businesses featured...
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