A wedding is all about celebrating and Gatsby is the icon for celebration and parties. Also known as art deco, this theme is full of glitz and glamour from the roaring 20s and remains to be a timeless and elegant theme.
With Game of Thrones starting back up again on Monday I had to do a post on a themed wedding. I love Game of Thrones and cannot wait for Season 7. And I know I'm not the only one who loves it. So if you've dreamed of having a wedding inspired by Game of Thrones then her are some ideas for you. (Note - there'll be no Red Wedding or Purple Wedding here!)
I hope you all had a fabulous Bank Holiday weekend and I enjoyed the sun (hopefully no sun burns!) I myself had a wonderful time in mid Wales at my friend's wedding.
One of the best and most fun events I've ever created was an Alice in Wonderland themed event. The story and imagery is so full of whisky and colour it's impossible not to have fun with it. If you love Alice's tale and want your wedding to be in Wonderland, then look no further as I've out together some ideas and inspiration for your Alice in Wonderland themed wedding.
It may be Fashion Friday but I couldn't resist writing about a Beauty and the beast themed wedding with the release of the new film being today. Disney's Beauty and the Beast was a favourite of mine growing up (so much so that my mum hand stitched me Belle's blue dress that I wore to death!) and I know that I'm not the only one with a pure love for the film. And the new film looks equally as perfect as the original and I cannot wait to see Emma Watson as Belle! So if you have a passionate love for Belle and the Beast and would like to add a little flare to your wedding, here are a few ideas for you; from subtle to going all out with the theme.
Grooms, when it comes to choosing your best man (or men which seems to be common now) and ushers the decision of who to ask may be easy. But how do you ask them to be your groomsmen? Here are a few ideas for you to consider.