A Look Back At WWI Wartime Brides

We find that a lot of couples are interested in historical weddings. Whether they are looking for a theme, or just interested in the origin of traditions, we are always happy to oblige. Today we thought we would dive back to wartime and explore bridal fashion of World War One.

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Real Wedding – Ashleigh and Craig’s Scottish Wedding

Have you ever dreamt of a fairytale wedding? A castle, a dress fit for a princess and all your family and friends there to celebrate with you. Well, for one lucky bride, this dream wedding became a reality.

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Getting Married in a Village Hall

Back in the villages of yesteryear, couples would visit their local church then proceed to the village hall. A wedding was an event for the community to come together and celebrate.

Okay, excuse the flowery language. In fact, plenty of couples still do this. It is a much cheaper option than booking a hotel function suite and, moreover, is infinitely personalisable. Despite the connotations of village halls simply being a budget venue, you can certainly still make them romantic and special. Plus it is the perfect way to save money on your wedding day!

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Downton Abbey-Themed Wedding Dress Inspiration

Let’s face it, Downton Abbey may be off our screens (for now) but the mania is never far away. We all can’t get enough of this popular period drama that swept the globe.

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Pippa Middleton Wedding: 5 Ways Pippa’s Wedding Signals a Return to Tradition

Kate’s younger sister wed a whole six years after her. However, somebody must have told Pippa that all eyes would be on her. She could not embarrass Kate with a sub-par wedding. Well, instead she shined. We know that you’ve seen at least one photo of Pippa’s wedding by now.

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