Keeping your ‘eye on the prize’ is so important when planning your wedding day – and Bride Ellie (after her Urban Handmade Wedding to Jamie) shares her words of wisdom to help you focus on what’s really important!
“Try to remember what the day is about- we had a very stressful lead up to our wedding but always keeping in mind the most important thing was marrying each other and all the other details were a bonus! I think this helped me remain calm when things on the day did not quite go to plan… Do take a moment to look around and enjoy the day/night as there is something very special about being surrounded by so many loved ones!”
Images by Maho & Pea
Alex and I met in London 8 years ago, we have lived together in 4 different cities, we have been so busy in those 8 years we sort of forgot about getting married. A year ago Alex proposed to me on the beach where these photographs were taken, we thought the colours of the holi powder colliding in mid-air would make for beautiful photographs. We are very excited to celebrate with everyone at the wedding and think that lots of colour should mark the occasion!
Images by Tim Harris Photography
Ms Gingham says: Love these photoshoots with holi powder. So much fun!
Helen works in design for TVC, feature films, events and television series productions.
Years ago, I remember having a conversation with my mother about gift registries. I don’t even remember what our thoughts were, because as having a wedding blog has done with most things in my life- they have evolved. But I remember the strong reactions and feelings we both had to them.
Nowadays gift registries are wide and varied. From simply asking for cash, to registering for honeymoons and travel, gifts that are different and unique, art registries, furniture registries, right back to the traditional.
So what do you think? Are you registering? Where? How are you making it accessible for older guests (who may not have internet access?)