Bonjourno my lovelies, how are you all today?
Don’t I have a special Matthew Oliver guest post today from the amazing Weddingsite; all about dressing our beautiful men for their weddings.
Hello everyone. How are you all? Cannot believe its Friday again.
So I have a very special post today about seasonal flowers and why you need to think about the seasons you’re getting married in and what is available in terms of flowers.
Enjoy the read.
Any kind of wedding planning is stressful but deciding on a guest list can be a pretty huge stumbling block as you’ll generally feel like you have to invite everyone even though there are some people who you really don’t want to be part of your big day. This isn’t a problem that you’re facing on your own, in fact it’s one that’s faced by almost every couple in the run up to their wedding day.
Although the idea of the heavens opening and there being no respite from the rain on your big day is probably not something you want to think about, it’s something that you need to plan for just in case. Besides, it’s supposedly good luck if it rains on your wedding day so bear that in mind. If you see that the weather forecast has given out rain on your big day then the first thing you’ll want to do is cry but it’s important to hold back the tears and think about the best way to handle the weather.
Planning a wedding is hard enough without the consideration of the fact that your guests might not enjoy themselves and that the dance floor will remain empty for the whole night. Of course this is unlikely, however it’s possible so in order to avoid this nightmare scenario you need to make sure you give your guests a reason to get up and dance the night away.
Morning everyone, what a glorious morning it is too.
As The Wedding Sanctuary is creeping up, I thought I would remind you why you should write it in your diary and come along to this beautiful and innovative wedding show!
If you’re looking for a wedding show this Spring, then this would have to be the one to choose, not only is it brought to you by the Wedding Planners from the renowned UKAWP, it’s held at the prestigious venue RSA House. Not to mention some of the best wedding suppliers in the industry will be there fashioning all their wondrous products and services.
It’s on Sunday 3rd of March and tickets start from £10! A bargain for what you’re going to be seeing.
There are two slots 11.00am – 1.00pm and 2.00pm – 4.00pm. Each slot you will the chance to watch presentations, talk to wedding planners, have a tour of the beautiful house and much more!
There is not a show like it, as where else can you speak to top wedding planners from all around the country in one space?
Here is an inspired shoot brought to you by all the professionals involved.
Venue – RSA House
Styling & coordination – UK Alliance of Wedding Planners
Makeup – Mariam Jensen
Hair – Severin Hubert for Hepburn Collection
Wedding Dresses – Johanna Hehir
Bridesmaids dress – Twobirds Bridesmaid
Suits – Cad & The Dandy
Stationery – Cutture
Accessories – Victoria Millésime
Cake – Tempting Cake
Hire (tableware etc) – Options Hire
Models – Chloe-Jasmine Whichello, Joseph Bader and Sjaniël Turrell
Here is my 5 Reasons Video on why you should go to The Wedding Sanctuary.
Thank you for reading and I’ll look forward to seeing you at the show!
How are my beautiful, lovely, amazing people, on this sunny day?
Today’s a first for the blog as it’s a MO Loves post.
MO Loves will be a collection of posts about certain loves of my life; it could be from wedding suppliers to singers, Star Wars to David Attenborough!
I hope you like the new category of MO Loves and here is the first – MO Loves – RP Photography By Design.
Robert Pugh is a professional wedding and event photographer with over 8 years’ experience and who shoots all over the UK and destination weddings overseas. Robert is located in Reading Berkshire, bringing the fresh edge of his photo style to your wedding day. His images will capture you at your most beautiful and will give you your memories to treasure for a lifetime.
He’s covered many, many weddings and enjoyed working with couples that appreciate his relaxed and helpful approach to their wedding day. He will know how you’ll be feeling on the day so Robert will be there to help you through as much as he possibly can.
Roberts’s style is to capture the perfect blend of emotion with reportage photography but he has been known to mix in photojournalism into his workflow. By understanding just how special your wedding day is to you, Robert’s aim is to produce a collection of photos that is timeless and meaningful to the both of you, that perfectly captures the flowing love from the day.
Visit his website to see some of his photos.
Massive thanks to Robert for his support on this post. Make sure to stay tuned as within the week I’ll be showcasing some of his work in a Real Wedding feature, which will be the first of its kind! Can’t wait!
Love to you all,
Since wedding planning is such a huge task, many couples choose to hire someone to do it for them.
But even if you opt for this, you’ll still have to make all-important decisions to make your day absolutely perfect – from big choices like what venue you have to very small details like wedding favours.
One extremely important decision you’ll have to make regards your travel options – it’s the very last time you’ll travel single and the first time you’ll travel married.
As to what you should pick – it can be confusing. The wide variety of limo and wedding cars available for hire can seem daunting.
If you are feeling flummoxed, there’s an easier way to pick.
Modern or classic
Essentially, it’s all about your style of wedding. Why? Because there are two main categories of wedding cars available in the current marketplace – classic and modern.
To put that into context, modern wedding cars and limos are powerful machines, often with black leather seating.
Classic cars have a very different style. They are much more likely to have upholstered cream leather and appear elegant and traditional.
If you are the traditional type, get a classic limo or wedding car.
Conversely, a very modern wedding would suit a contemporary car. Simple!
Practicalities to consider
Not so fast though! There are more factors to think about other than how they look.
How many people are you transporting? How far you are travelling? Would an open top be suitable for the weather?
As all wedding planners know, the devil is in the details.
1. You can’t rely on a photograph of the vehicle – go and see it in person.
2. Double-check each wedding car and limo for hire is big enough for everyone.
3. Check all cars are fully licensed.
4. Get your chauffeurs to learn the route beforehand so nothing can go wrong.
I hope you have enjoyed this guest post about the ever so popular Wedding Cars?
I’ll like to thank Limo-Scene for producing this guest post. You have been so supportive.
Love you all MO xx
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