Weddings. They are all the same right? Everyone gets dressed up and wait around for the bride and groom to do their thing and then eats and drinks, sometimes with a bit of dancing thrown in until it’s carriages at midnight right? Well, if that sounds a bit to plain for you, because it does me, why not check out a little guide for making your wedding a day to remember, not just for you but also for all of your guests.
Summer weddings can be totally stunning, with blue skies as far as the eye can see, luscious green grass, and beautiful flowers (hopefully). The opportunity for your wedding photographer to utilise the glorious weather to get you the best light and background is also amazing. But you still need to get the outfit right. Like winter weddings, summer weddings also require a certain amount of seasonal consideration in the clothing. Keep on reading to find out more.
Wedding season is upon us. From April to September there will no doubt be some weddings happening in your family or friendship group so it’s time to start planning those outfits. Here’s five style picks to make sure you’re the best-dressed couple at the reception!
1. The Jumpsuit
I’m obsessed with jumpsuits, they’re my go-to for any occasion as I think they’re a bit different! I usually don’t feel very comfortable in dresses, I feel too dressed up so jumpsuits are a winner for me. I love the print and the shape of this Whistles Lilias Jungle print jumpsuit. It’d look great with wedges or neutral barely-there sandals so you can adapt your shoe choice according to the terrain (i.e is there grass?!) at the event you’re attending.
I know, it’s only early March, but if you’re getting married in the summer it won’t seem too far away. Plus we all need a little sunshine in our lives right now because it might be nearly spring but it’s definitely still winter in terms of the weather! Here are three food and drink ideas for summer weddings to get us all feeling a little warmer!
I love DIY wedding projects, and I’m always excited to see how couples get creative for their big day. I am aware, though, that not every bride (or groom) has a lot of skill in the craft department. You might find tonnes of beautiful ideas, but you feel like you can’t even cut out a neat shape from paper when you have clear lines to follow. If that’s the way you feel, you don’t have to give up your dream of a DIY wedding. There are plenty of ways to get crafty and cut out the middle man from several parts of your wedding without having any artistic skill. Here are some ways you can do it.
All couples want to make sure they have an incredible wedding day, whether they’re doing it surrounded by every person they’ve ever met or they’re going it alone. Your special day is going to be totally different from anyone else’s day. These 8 ideas will make sure your day really does go off with a bang. Enjoy!
Some people dread the thought of having children at their wedding, while others welcome it but aren’t sure how to incorporate them into the ceremony and reception. If you’re currently dealing with this dilemma, I’ve got some great suggestions on how you can include children on your special day while making them a part of the whole day.
Weddings are one of my favourite subjects! I love Don’t Tell the Bride and I’ve got a Pinterest board in the making ready for the big day itself! It’s supposed to be the happiest day of your life so it’s frightening when you hear how stressful it is to plan. Even if the stress will be worth it in the end, you don’t want to have a breakdown trying to get there. There are so many ways you can add a personal touch to your big day and I’ve compiled a short list of some of my favourites. Plus, I did a post a few months back about three apps to make the planning so much easier – check it out!
Wedding planning is one of those things that all girls dream about for years and years and I’ve been a keen Pinterest-er for a while now, just collection images that I like, inspiration and other bits and bobs just to keep in stock for when that day happens. Sceptics think it’s being premature and it’s a bit weird! But I think it’s totally OK to just grab photos and keep them all together for when that day comes. You need to be able to visualise what you like and what’s available to you! So, that’s why I’ve put together a tiny post about three of the best websites (who all have apps!) that are great for wedding planning and I hope someone finds them useful!