Charlotte and Lee’s Colourful Mexican Themed Wedding in Gloucestershire by Gregg Kmita Photography
I love weddings with lots of colours and today’s wedding is just that! Charlotte and...
Weddings are always a display of love and identity. Many people want to make their wedding day super personal and unique to them as a couple. Looking at your family tree and finding out more about your cultures, then bringing those cultures into your wedding can be an excellent way of honouring your heritage. Learning… Read more »
Happy Monday everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful weekend? Mine was superb! It was Dexter’s birthday so we had a full on busy weekend, it was so much fun! Saturday he had not one but two birthday parties! One at our house in the garden with 10 of his friends, we hired a… Read more »
Every wedding tradition around the world is symbolic to the people who practice it. And when it comes to weddings, many marriage rituals around the world will leave you shocked. Think about a wedding where the couple mustn’t smile in Congo or the Japanese bride that has horns of jealousy. Some wedding customs may seem… Read more »
In a digital world where there is information flying at your from all angles, it’s easy to get confused or overwhelmed with what to expect about your wedding. The dos and don’ts, should and must haves are always different for people and so there are lots of opinions to wade through whilst doing your research!… Read more »
Has everyone got that Friday feeling? I certainly have! This week has been a great one. The weather was so beautiful, we have showed you some amazing weddings, we have had some amazing wedding submissions fall into Kelly H email box and we are so excited to be blogging these in the upcoming weeks. I… Read more »
What’s in a name? Well a whole lot it seems when you are deciding whether or not to take your other half’s surname when you get married! I have heard so many opinions on this over the years, so today I wanted to ask you what you thought. Personally for me not taking Nik’s… Read more »