Looking at wedding venues can be quite fun but can also be a little bit daunting as there's so much information to take in and to compare. You've looked at countless wedding venues online and narrowed down the style of venue you want and what suits you. You've booked to view different venues but what… Continue reading Wedding Venue Viewing – What to Expect
Over the weekend we received the amazing news that my sister got engaged! And she's asked if I'll help her plan her wedding as she has no clue where to start (her words not mine I swear). My sister has kindly granted me permission to write about our experience as we plan her wedding. I'll… Continue reading Planning My Sister’s Wedding
If your wedding venue is a large space it can easily feel too big for your wedding even when it's full with your wedding guests. High ceilings and big empty spaces can easily be fixed by decorating the room. Here are some tips ad ideas for you to use for your wedding.
For today's post i thought I'd do another venue spotlight, this time on the Ghillie Dhu in Edinburgh. The Ghillie Dhu is another venue that I have personally used in the past for one of my events and it was an amazing place to work with.
March has been a very busy month for me and I'm so proud of every post I've put out. Doing research for my blog is often tricky, merely because I get so caught up looking on a site that I sometimes forget that I need to move on and look at other company's. That's the thing with weddings - everything's just so beautiful. So because there were so many sites company's I wanted to concentrate on I decided that each month I'll do a Monthly Favourites so I can showcase to you just how amazing some of these places are. My monthly favourites will also include my favourite dress/dresses of the month or a single item that I really fell in love with that I posted.
If you are wanting a relaxed, Boho wedding and you love the outdoors then a woodland wedding could be your perfect fit.
There are many venues around the UK that have the wow factor, but few can truly leave you breathless. The Mansfield Traquair does just that. As soon as you step though their big, scarlet doors you will see just how breathtaking the venue is. There's a reason its known as Edinburgh's Sistine Chapel!