It is important to know what questions to ask when picking your ideal wedding venue – we got some help from the experts at Farnham Castle to know exactly what you need to ask your venue.
SPONSORED POST There’s a lot to consider when planning a wedding. But of all the different choices you have to make, where it is all going to happen is perhaps the most critical of all. For one thing, your venue is the single most expensive thing you will have to pay for.
Congratulations, you have survived a year of married life together! It has been 365 days, also known as 8760 hours or 525600 minutes, since you tied the knot. Now it’s time to celebrate your first anniversary, and what better way than to give the traditional gift of paper?
You’ve said your vows and danced until the early hours. Your wedding day may be over, but push those post-wedding blues to one side. You still have the excitement of receiving your wedding video and reliving all those precious moments.
Mr and Mrs was a highly successful television game show which found popularity in the UK from the 1960s. The goal was for couples to prove how much they knew about each other, and hilarity ensued. We think it’s the ideal game to play at your hen and stag do!
After the venue, food is probably the biggest consideration for couples planning their wedding. When you’re perusing the brochure pages of wedding venues and catering companies, it can quickly get overwhelming! There are so many options, from a sit down meal to a finger buffet or a fork buffet… What do these actually mean?
So you’ve been chosen to be your best mate’s best man. Congratulations! It’s time to go crazy planning the stag do, right? Well, yeah. But you have another, far more important thing to worry about as well: the best man speech.
It’s the day you’ve been waiting for all your life. You’ve married your beautiful bride, tucked into the delicious food, and now all that is left to do is relax before the evening reception. Wait, don’t forget about your speech!
Dads, it’s the article you’ve been waiting for! Your little girl is getting married and, as tradition dictates, she’ll be looking to you at the reception to give a Father of the Bride speech worthy of your love for her and which will contribute to the overall success of her big day. So, no pressure.
If it wasn’t for American socialite Wallis Simpson, The Royal Family as we now know it would be completely unrecognisable. Edward VIII abdicated in order to marry her in 1937. As a result, his brother, Prince Albert became King George VI.