Rings 'n' Things
Second-time weddings can be incredibly special. They can present a couple with a chance at finding love again and the opportunity to start over, with somebody different, in a newly-discovered time of their lives. There are lots of traditional (and outdated) ‘dos and do nots’ when it comes to a second marriage, but ultimately, your wedding should be whatever you want it to be.
If squealing children running through your perfectly placed table plan and little bodies sliding along the dance floor on their knees is your idea of a nightmare, then you might want to consider a child-free wedding. There are a few ways to go about uninviting these small people to your nuptials however, so try to follow our advice to avoid offending any of your friends and family who were hoping to bring the whole brood along.
In the labyrinth of wedding planning, choosing wedding rings is often assumed to be stereotypically the bride’s role. However, quite rightly, grooms are now becoming increasingly involved in the process of choosing their own wedding bands. We have put together a handy guide for any prospective grooms, to give you a little bit of an overview of what your options are and what might be the best choice for you personally.
In today’s blog we want to keep it real…and the reality is, even a bride has got to go to the loo! If the thought of navigating the loo logistics in your dress fills you with dread, try to relax; we have some handy hints that might make relieving yourself a little bit more of a relief
Getting married is undoubtedly a fun, exciting time, filled with celebration, festivity and revelry. However, a marriage is a legally recognised union of two people, so needs to treated with a degree of seriousness to acknowledge the significance of such a union. In this blog, we walk you through all of the wedding legalities you need to be aware of, so that you can walk down that aisle with the confidence that everything is completely taken care of!
Could anything be more thrilling than finally finding your dream wedding dress? Well, maybe discovering that it has pockets! If you are someone who can’t live without your lipstick or phone being extremely close at hand, then a wedding gown with pockets might just be the style you need to put your mind at ease. In this weeks blog, we have a selection of a few pieces you might want to consider if you are after a dress with some handy hidden storage!
With uncertainty still rife about travel restrictions, planning your dream honeymoon this year is undoubtedly a challenge. However, there are plenty of fantastic options if you decide to stay local. To help, we’ve rounded up some tips on planning an incredible UK honeymoon in 2021.
There is no doubt that from the moment you got engaged to that all-important journey down the aisle, your bridesmaids have been there every step of the way. Putting a price on your bridesmaids’ love is impossible, but we have some nice ideas that can help you to give just a small symbol of your gratitude and help you say ‘thank you’ in the most thoughtful way possible.
Picture this: the meticulous planning is over, your dress is hanging back in the wardrobe, that pre-wedding diet is finally over (thankfully!) and you have an unfortunate case of the post-wedding blues. Sound familiar? If yes, you are certainly not alone! In this blog we try to give you some help adjusting to life when the celebrations are over.
Choosing the best way to show your appreciation to your parents for their love and support on your wedding day can be a tricky task. There are lots of typical token gifts available on the market for you to give to parents as a gesture of your thanks, but we are here to make a few further suggestions, to ensure that your gift is truly unique and personal to them.