Hello again, How is it already November 1st?! I hope you are all enjoying your pumpkin spiced lattes, roll neck jumpers and hot water bottles. I love this time of year so much. My favourite
So yes, we are cancelling the wedding, and even though that makes me so sad, overall I know I will be a healthier and happier person. I will continue with these blogs as I really enjoy writing them and pouring all my thoughts out onto paper – it just means you have to put up with me for a year longer!
Emma our bride-to-be continues her confessions this time talking about the dress! She is having a unique, completely personal wedding and is braving away from convention to create a day especially for her and fiance Craig to enjoy.
I hope you enjoyed hearing about the proposal last month. It was so nice to write about it. I wish I had done it earlier as I’m sure there are little things I must have forgotten. It’s funny how much I can remember of the day though. Normally I have a terrible memory but I suppose it being a special day, it stood out to me. Anyway! This series is called “Confessions of a Bride to Be,” so I’d best get on with some confessions.
As tempting as it can be to start googling ‘Wedding trends for summer 2018’ or ‘Popular wedding ideas’ it can often be that these will not be the ideas that will create the day of your dreams. In fact this guide will give you insight into why following trends is actually not a good idea.
The Proposal. It’s what you’ve always dreamt about as a young girl. It’s what you think about when Valentine’s Day, your birthday, your anniversary, Christmas (or any other day of the week!) arrives. It’s that
The ring is on your finger, the date is firmly in your diary and your venue is booked, so what’s next? Many couples head to google to start scouting out local companies to contribute to