Today I am taking you off to Preston for the gorgeous wedding of Jessica and...
When you hear the words “bachelor party” you immediately picture partying on the Vegas strip. But planning bachelor party on a budget eliminates a lot of options, and sitting at the higher roller’s table becomes slightly out of reach.
Working with a smaller budget doesn’t have to mean you’re out of luck. Check out this list of inexpensive bachelor party ideas and let the good times roll.
Paying for a few laps around the track in a Ferrari or Lambo is probably to rich for a bachelor party on a budget, but there’s no reason why you can’t plan for a similar experience. Dawn some overalls and racing helmet and head to your local Go Kart track. Some of the newer karts are much more comfortable – and more importantly – more powerful than they were a few years ago. Place a few bets, don’t let your foot off the pedal, and go home full of smiles and memories.
Poker is one of the best bachelor games you can think of, but bachelor parties on a budget shouldn’t even be thinking of Vegas. Instead, recreate the experience in the comfort of your own home. Make a points to dress in suits, serve martinis and other high-class drinks, and see if you can get a volunteer to play the dealer for the evening. As far as cheap bachelor party ideas go, this one won’t feel like it.
As we reach the latter end of the week I am taking you off to sunny Scotland for today’s fun filled wedding. Hannah and Rory were married on 19th May 2018 at Guardswell Farm, Perthshire in Scotland. Hannah wore a gorgeous Grace Loves Lace dress, while Rory wore his own kilt. They wanted the day to be as relaxed as possible, no formalities just lots of fun, games, dancing and delicious food. The decoration was rustic with lots of pretty elements, and the food all looks delicious. I love the Grazing table that was constantly replenished with mouth watering delights. Ali Jay Photography was there to capture the day for us.
Calling all Brides and Bridesmaids, I have a fun filled event you NEED to get involved with. You may remember this time last year I was talking about the amazing Bridesmaids Brunch. Well last years event was a massive hit, so they are doing it all over again. The Bridesmaids Brunch is an opportunity to get together with your best gals, drink, eat and most importantly shop for those all important bridesmaids outfits. All the best bridesmaids labels will be under one roof ready for you to try on and swoon over. With an expert wedding planner on site to talk through any wedding planning problems and a bottomless brunch to finish off your day together, what more could any bride and bridesmaids need?
Today’s couple have incorporated their love of wine with some on trend wedding details, coupled with an elegant and classic aesthetic. Tatiana and Trevor were married on 1st September 2018 at Youngberg Hill in McMinnville, Oregon. This stunning venue has the most amazing views overlooking their vineyard, which makes the perfect backdrop for any outdoor ceremony. They filled their day with the most gorgeous blooms, I am especially loving their floral arch, which is always a winner in my books. Jessica Hill Photography was there to capture the day in all it’s beauty.
Today I am taking you off to one of the most beautiful wedding locations and a place I would really like to visit, Thailand. I have featured Phuket quite a few times on the blog now, as I get sent a lot of submissions from the lovely people at Wedding Boutique Phuket, who are expert wedding planners. Today’s wedding of Emma and Dominic, is no exception. It’s totally stunning and beautifully put together by Ilaire and her team. After spending many holidays in Thailand this gorgeous couple decided that it was the perfect location for their wedding. They chose a minimalist theme, and married it with accents of copper, shades of blue and filled it with lots of greenery. The results are a totally beautiful beach side location, followed by a super stylish reception with some of the most gorgeous details and decorations. I just love this wedding, I hope you do too.
Emma and Dominic were married on 31st March 2019 at Sala Resort, Phuket. ‘We didn’t want a traditional wedding, and we love the beach. We’ve been on holiday together to Thailand a number of times before and so it was a special place for both of us. We went to Sala one night for dinner and just loved the food and the setting of the hotel. It’s in a national park by a beautiful, unspoilt beach. The service we received from the team at Sala was fantastic, they went far beyond our expectations, were so accommodating and made our whole time there such an amazing experience. We had about 50 guests and it took about a year to plan.’