It can all be a bit confusing when you're confronted with choices like arched front or ruffle hood so see below for a quick explanation (and take a look at the chair cover cheat sheet for a visual guide).
Are you wondering how to book a church wedding? This blog post about planning a church wedding will guide you through the process.
After the initial flurry of wedding planning that usually commences after you get engaged (i.e booking the venue, going dress shopping, sending the save the dates) the time will come when brides need to get down to the nitty gritty details. And this is where a venue stylist can come in very handy! Chances are… Continue reading What Can a Venue – Stylist do for Your Wedding?
This post was written by Tahnee of Belles & Bobs and originally featured on pasteldress.com So he's popped the question! You've got the ring and now you've entered the foray of wedding planning. And what is one of the most important decisions you will make about your wedding? THE dress of course! Your dress has a lot… Continue reading Have you considered a coloured wedding dress?
This is a guest post from +Marie Haverly – The Wedding Expert of +Isabella Weddings www.isabellaweddings.co.ukBeing an experienced wedding and events planner does carry with it aresponsibility to pass on those problem solving and time saving tips we havepicked up along the way. Here I am happy to share with you some insider adviceon avoiding pitfalls and ensure… Continue reading 9 Tips for a Fantastic Wedding
If you are newly engaged and dipping your toe into the foray of planning your wedding for the first time you may be wondering if a professional wedding planner is really worth it. What can a wedding planner do that I can't do? Can't I just plan it myself? Well maybe, but if you're one… Continue reading 5 Problems solved by Hiring a Proffesional Wedding Planner
This is a guest post from Elise of pasteldress.comMY FIRST TIME BEING A BRIDESMAIDThe call came as a surprise. After moving from the west coast to the east side almost six years ago, I had inevitably lost touch with many high school friends. Sure, coffee catchups were always a must when visiting my hometown, but… Continue reading Elise’s First Time Being A Bridesmaid
Of course there are some weddings where a website might not be relevant (eloping to Gretna Green anyone?!) but in a lot of cases it can be invaluable. The average wedding takes a lot of planning and organisation. A brides to do list is often endless and keeping track of all it can be an… Continue reading Five Reasons why you Really Need a Personalised Wedding Website
Have you though about what you'll use for a wedding guestbook yet? It's usually one of the last details to get sorted! But I would recommend working out what you want to do at least a couple of months before the big day so you're not stuck with a last minute bog standard book from… Continue reading Vintage Typewriter Guestbook
What have you done with all those little bits and bobs left over from your wedding? Are they all sat in a box at the back of your wardrobe? What did you do with your bouquet?!Aren't your wedding memories worth more than that! They could be proudly displayed in your home. That's why when I… Continue reading Bespoke Wedding Keepsakes