Author Archives: Gina
Author Archives: Gina
By Rosanna Whitton of Flautino
So you’re getting married? Congratulations! I bet you’ve already been dreaming about your dress and maybe the venue and who you’ll ask to be bridesmaids. But what about the feel of the wedding?
This is a little more ambiguous but equally important, for you and your guests. The atmosphere of the wedding will be created by lots of things: the people who are there, the décor, the style and the music. It might help to do yourself a mood board with clippings from magazines to inspire you and narrow down the style you’re after. Think about things like the lighting, maybe creating scents with flowers and candles and little random things like a treasure hunt for after your wedding breakfast or a few outdoor games.Continue reading
Today I am thrilled to introduce you to the House of Ollichon and the first dress-less bridal collection!
Elegance has evolved and there are many things which have inspired Hannah Ollichon in the creation of House of Ollichon’s first dress-less bridal collection which offers brides and bridesmaids a range of luxury jumpsuits, playsuits and combos which are all designed and handmade in England.
by Sam of Your Perfect Wedding Photographer.
Having a good quality wedding photographer at your wedding can make a huge difference when it comes to the final results. A wedding is a special time that requires a selection of memories through the medium of photography. A great wedding photographer should be able to capture the moments of joy that take place effectively. They should also be able to capture every person at the event in their natural way and capture the joy that is apparent on yours and the guests.
Here are 5 reasons as to why wedding photography is so important and why it should be one of the top things you take a look at, and book.Continue reading
Today I am featuring a gorgeous Geometric Wedding Mood Board by Sophie Jackson of Weddings with Ease UK.
As a wedding planner you are forever keeping up with and researching new trends that emerge every year. One, amongst all of the others, that has really stuck out for me is using geometric shapes against pretty soft flowers to create a very urban but stylish, pretty theme. The contrast between the sharp edges of the geometric shapes and the soft textures and colours of flowers makes for an incredibly eye-catching but also stunning theme for you and your guests to admire.Continue reading
By Emily of Weddings by Emily Charlotte
1) Something Special
A destination wedding tends to be a little different to a wedding in your home town, that’s not to say that a home town wedding isn’t equally as lovely, but it can be very special to have a wedding day that is truly unique from other weddings that you’ve been to as a guest!