We all know that wedding trends come and go, but there are a few that have been big in recent years that are falling out of favour with brides and grooms.
One of the many heated debates that arise between couples and their parents when planning a wedding is the subject of the cake. Lots of brides and grooms’ parents insist their children serve fruitcake on their Big Day, as this is in keeping with tradition.
Wedding dress fashion changes all the time. A decade ago, tiaras adorned most brides on their Big Day; lace was a huge trend after Kate Middleton’s beautiful Alexander McQueen gown when she married Prince William; and now, the style that will be seen at weddings up and down the country this year is… capes.
Bridal fashion is always changing and there’s no doubt that a few new wedding dress trends will spring up following the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle next month.
When it comes to planning for a big family gathering, whether it be for an engagement party, wedding reception or birthday, one thing everyone aims for is to create a sense of togetherness. One area that is important to get right is catering to the needs of children. In this article, we shall be outlining […]
The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is one of the most anticipated events in the British calendar this year and there has been a lot of speculation over how the pair will celebrate their nuptials.
Wedding decorators in Hampshire will be well aware of the latest trend at weddings: cacti.
Choosing your wedding cake is one of the most important jobs when organising your Big Day, as well as buying your dream dress and sorting out your event styling. And, just like everything else, you’ll find many of your guests have an opinion about what cake you should go for.
Booking the best wedding chair covers Hampshire has to offer is just one of the many things you will need to do in the three months before your wedding date.
Finalising the guest list is often the most contentious part of the wedding planning process, with most people struggling to keep numbers – and subsequently, costs – down without upsetting friends or family.