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Geometric Wedding Mood Board

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.Geometric Wedding Mood BoardContinue reading

10 Reasons A Destination Wedding Could Be The Answer To Your Wedding Planning Woes

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!

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8 Questions to Ask Your Wedding Vendors

When you’re planning your wedding, it’s very easy to get carried away with all the fun stuff. But while you’re enjoying yourself, you also have to remember these questions to ask your wedding vendors.

Questions to Ask Your Wedding Vendors

1. How much and when are my payments due?

You need to know that they are within your budget and what the payment schedule is. This way you know you can afford them and know when payments need to be made so there are no nasty shocks along the way.Continue reading

Eek We’ve Just Got Engaged!

By Lucy Wright Events, Wedding Planning & Design

Congratulations on your engagement….Now where do you start! Firstly enjoy the moment, tell everyone and if you have your ring show it off, relish the attention. Once you have lowered yourself off cloud nine, write down your visions for your wedding BUT write them separately without looking and then swap over…this way you will understand what each other want from the day. Ask yourself not only what type of venue do you want, what your budget is, what style of wedding but also who do you want there, what is the most important part of the day for you and how you can portray both your personalities into the day!

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