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Happy Friday everyone, I hope you are all well and happy and have had a good week? I don’t know about you but the weeks are getting busier and busier, there just doesn’t seem to be enough time in the day for everything. I am super excited as I am off for a girly weekend this weekend. I’m off to Oxford for my friends 50th. I have known Becky since we were 8 years old, so it will be lovely to spend the weekend together. There are 6 of us altogether, we will be eating, drinking, eating some more, drinking cocktails and dancing! I can’t wait!! So on with the last wedding of the week and it’s the turn of Erin and Micah who were married on 18th December 2020 at Gold Creek Statio in Australia. They held a gorgeous outdoor rustic ceremony, which is a pure wedding delight! Big thanks to Henry Paul Photography for the photos.
Everyone has trouble deciding what to wear to a wedding, not just the bride and groom. Aside from the outfit, you might want to consider wearing sunglasses, all dependant on where the wedding is being held and the time of year. And of course, being such an important event, the kind of sunglasses you choose need to match your clothing.
There are certain times and places where sunglasses are necessary, like on the beach, at funerals, and some say, even at weddings. But this still varies from situation to situation and the best thing to do is interpret each event individually.
In the case of a wedding, whatever you do, try not to wear an outfit and accessories that will eclipse the bride and groom. Ok, maybe just the bride! They’re the ones that need to shine on this day, so wearing something that attracts too much attention, even if it’s just your sunglasses, could be considered an offense.
As mentioned, the debate of wedding etiquette is always ongoing. Some etiquette experts say do others don’t. In the end, it’s totally up to you, but try to be mindful of each particular scenario, as follows:
Regardless of the type of event, when indoors, glasses are a no-no. Unless the wedding is at a concert and there are blinding spotlights all over the place, the sensible thing to do is to take your shades off.
Outdoor weddings will always have tons of people wearing sunglasses. So, the initial advice is to keep them on. Make sure you keep it classy and dial down the runway sensationalism if the feeling strikes. You’ll want to match what you’re wearing not outshine your dress or suit with some flashy rainbow-colored shades.
Remember that the number one function of sunglasses is to protect your eyes. If there’s absolutely no break from the sun, no patch of shade anywhere, wearing your sunglasses is the best option.
Destination weddings are getting more and more popular. If you get invited to a wedding in the Philippines, Tenerife, or another super sunny place, you’ve got the green light to wear your favorite sunglasses.
In any case, ensure you take off your sunglasses for photo time. The bride and groom will want to have some nice photo memories so don’t ruin it for them. Show them how much fun their wedding was by allowing them to see your whole range of emotions when posing for photos.
Hey you lovely people, I hope you are doing well. How on earth is it Thursday already? This week is flying by, it will be the weekend before you know it! Today I have the most delightful wedding to share with you and it’s super special as it happened straight after the last Corvid restrictions were lifted this summer. It’s so good to see weddings from this year without facemasks and hand sanitizer, with people living life and really enjoying themselves! Hannah and Simon held a gorgeous barn wedding with plenty of hand crafted details and decoration. They filled their day with love, smiles and joyfulness, just how a wedding should be. Big thanks to Jodie Mitchell Photography for the lovely photos.
Hannah and Simon were married on 23rd July 2021 at Ufton Court in Reading. ‘We always wanted a beautiful barn surrounded by countryside to give us that laid back vibe we were after. We had 80 guests in the day and an extra 80 at night, it took a year and a half to plan.’
The question has been asked, you said yes, now what is the first thing you need to do on your planning journey? Find a venue! But where do you start? First of all you need to decide just what kind of wedding you want. Do you want a big elaborate affair or a small intimate celebration? Do you want a modern or traditional day? A rustic day or an elegant day? Town or countryside? If you are looking for a countryside wedding then today I have some sound advice from the lovely people at Hawkstone Hall . They are here today to tell you just what is so amazing about a countryside wedding and the benefits of holding one.
At the beginning of every spring season, many engaged couples start a new journey in their life by laying the foundation for a perfect wedding. Whether it be establishing an ideal wedding vision, setting realistic expectations and goals, settling on a date and timing or planning a wedding budget – all the things that matter for the big day.
And finding the right location is key to having a perfect wedding as it will determine the overall wedding experience for the big day. The right wedding venue will set the scene, transform dreams into reality while meeting all your wedding expectations and goals.
Finding an ideal venue can be a daunting task when there are so many wedding locations to choose from. However, you may be pleasantly surprised by all the benefits a countryside wedding venue can offer. From picturesque wedding backgrounds to luxurious yet cosy social spaces, countryside venues are synonymous with comfort, warmth and elegance. If you prefer a romantic atmosphere, away from bustling cities and a natural, scenic backdrop, there is no better option than a countryside wedding venue.
In addition, countryside wedding venues can provide added levels of privacy and assurance throughout your big day, so there are no unwelcome visitors or surprises. It will feel a lot closer to home, where you, your partner and your guests can dine, socialise and leisure exclusively while savouring the scenic views of the countryside.
Also, finding parking spaces in towns and cities can turn out to be a stroke of luck or a prolonged nightmare for invited guests. Fortunately, it is usually easier to park and find spaces in countryside venue locations. Hence, choosing a countryside venue with ease of parking and ample parking spaces will make the big day go even smoother for you and your guests attending the wedding.
Today I am taking you to Monterey in California for this totally dreamy styled shoot. The shoot took place on 7th September 2020. Heather K. Purdy and her team of expert suppliers wanted to create something whimsical, yet glamorous that was at the same time attenable to the normal couple. Elopements don’t have to me minimal, they can still be filled with amazing decor, flowers and food, and this shoot shows us just that!.