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July 2018

Power to the Bridal Shower

This month we are highlighting the benefits of bridal showers. As more brides take on board the financial impact of bachelorette parties (hen-dos), bridal showers are on the rise. This is because bridal showers are an affordable alternative to often expensive – and sometimes elaborate – hen events. The Hen-Do is usually thrown by the [...]

May 2018

Markle’s Sparkle – Royal Wedding Special

WE’RE BACK! It’s been a while since we last published a blog but with the Royal Wedding just days away, our excitement is almost at fever pitch! Royal weddings often set the tone for a generation of young women and wedding trends will generally follow suit, taking inspiration from the on screen fairy-tale. We can’t [...]

September 2016

Plan with a Planner

If you’re getting married next year or the year after, then we want to give you a little helping hand to get your wedding plans underway. After he pops the question and puts the glistening rock on your finger, the next big question that jumps to mind would probably be how to plan the wedding? [...]

March 2016

Sugar, Spice and all Things Nice

Spring is here and the wedding season is just getting started! If you are planning a spring wedding and looking for ideas for your big day, then we’ve got something a little special just for you. Wedding dessert tables are very popular and are now almost commonplace, with most couples opting for this feature as an added [...]

May 2015

For every great wedding, there is a great theme.

We are here with yet another blog packed full of amazing ideas and inspiration for your big day. We are always on the look out for the next big thing and as we discovered Pantone has just announced that Marsala is the "colour of the year" for 2015! We have seen this colour done many times on [...]

October 2014

“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”

Have you ever wondered where the saying “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” comes from and what it actually means? Well for all you traditionalists, you may be pleased to know that this popular wedding tradition originates right here in UK. It dates back to Victorian England, when brides would try to ensure [...]

January 2014

Suits you Sir! -Styling Your Groom

Question: If the bride sets herself apart from her bridesmaids is it taboo if the groom does the same to avoid looking as though he is in a boy band with his groomsmen? Surely, the groom deserves recognition also, is it not his day in as much as it is hers? Perhaps, there is an unwritten rule [...]