Getting hitched in the summer can bring all kinds of great advantages, from warmer weather and lighter gowns to a wider choice of flowers and a happy, holiday mood. It pays to plan ahead, though, as summer is a popular time to get married in the UK, especially June, July and August. Book your venue, registrar or celebrant well in advance, and then follow up quickly with the key suppliers, such as photographer, transport, caterer, florist, baker and dressmaker. Here are ten cool ideas to make your summer wedding sizzle.
It's only been a few days since our last Open Day and we are inundated with new enquiries. Thank you to everyone who came along on Sunday, especially to those couples who decided to book The Pavilion as their wedding venue, we can't wait to host your special day.
We would like to share with you some exquisite wedding favours handcrafted chocolates presented in the most stunning boxes, each one embossed with the names of the Bride and Groom.
We recently hosted a Wedding Open Day at The Pavilion at Lane End, Buckinghamshire. The event was attended by many brides getting married in 2015 and we asked Tracey from Traceys Cakes to display wedding cakes that would best illustrate the main trends for 2015.
The wedding chalkboard trend has been gaining momentum since 2013 and there are no signs of slowing down. In fact, it remains one of the strongest wedding trends for 2015.
Finding the dream wedding venue is number one on most brides’ to-do lists. But whether your heart is set on an idyllic country venue, grand town house or somewhere completely unique, don’t book your wedding venue before asking these five questions:
Once the honeymoon is over it’s time to get back to reality. But don’t unscrew your wedding planning head just yet; there are still five things to do:
Here are some suggestions to overcome the post-wedding blues.
Favours? Cocktail hour? Tossing bouquet? Sometimes getting married feels like having to learn a whole new language!
To explain some of the more unusual wedding-related words and phrases, here’s our quick guide:
An Indian wedding typically lasts three days On the first day the couple and close family members get together to perform ‘Ganesh Puja’, a prayer to Lord Ganesh for good luck.
The cost of the average wedding in the UK has risen to £18,244 according to a recent study.
To help your bridal budget go further, renowned Buckinghamshire country wedding venue, The Pavilion in Lane End shares its top money saving tips:
More and more couples are choosing to hold outdoor weddings in the Great British countryside. And who can blame them with so many diverse, beautiful backdrops to choose?