Wedding planner

“It’s absolutely devastating but it’s important for the safety of our wedding guests."
To any of you who are feeling off right now, let me reassure you: Your anxiety isn’t sending you any sort of hidden message
How you treat each other during the wedding planning process says a lot about the future of your marriage.
Many people believe there is no point having an independent wedding planner if they already have a coordinator at their wedding venue. Do you really need both? Sometimes you do. The answer really depends on what type of bride you are.
If you really don't want to invite someone then - within reason - you shouldn't have to. I'm all for wedding etiquette as a general guideline but at the end of the day, nothing is gospel and if it's going to upset you having that individual there, then don't invite them.
But there are definitely some aspects that need careful consideration before committing to such a big decision. While getting hitched at home can be the more affordable option, don't be fooled, done incorrectly it can most certainly add up. So to assist you in making the decision on whether an at home wedding is for you, here are the things you must nail:
So with wedding season well and truly in full swing, what culinary delights are being dished out (from hipster food trucks, garnering their own hashtag or just generally delighting guests) up and down the country this year?
I know I'm not the only one grappling with this predicament. Newly engaged couples all over the world are debating whether to have their weddings at home or opting for the blissful proposition of a destination wedding. Plus for us Brits, the lure of a wedding abroad, where we may be able to guarantee some sunshine, is often even stronger. Hopefully this realistic list of pros and cons can aid those conversations...
Having attended hundreds of weddings over the past six years, either through work or friends (but mainly work), I have always felt there is something truly special and spiritual about a religious ceremony, whether it's held in a church, a synagogue or a mosque.
With everything from your morning run to the cute office dog now being a crucially important thing to document across every social media platform going, it's no wonder people are starting to question how you can utilise these technologies for slightly bigger milestones in your life such as say, a wedding?