Unsure what to give as a wedding gift or how much to spend? Or perhaps you’re the couple and instead of a gift you’d like to ask for honeymoon money, but aren’t sure of a polite way to do so? We are unveiling the mysteries of wedding gift etiquette. These are five top tips for the guests, and another five for the couple.
The 1950s are synonymous with the breakthrough of rock ‘n’ roll to popular mainstream. A style of music that became the soundtrack to the youthful explosion of energy that occurred in the same decade, the 1950s played host to music that changed the world.
In the Dark Ages, black was the norm for wedding dresses. In fact, white was the anomaly right up until Queen Victoria and Prince Albert tied the knot. So, if you’re a bride who wants to go against the grain or if white simply isn’t your colour, take a look at what we have to say below…
Are you looking for an alternative wedding theme that will make your celebration stand out from the crowd? Do you want a theme that will allow you to express your individuality without breaking the bank? Why not recreate the swinging ’60s style revolution!
Glastonbury, known as a major pilgrimage site for neo-pagans, King Arthur, the Tor and of course, Pilton’s world-renowned Glastonbury Festival, is an ideal setting for a rural countryside wedding.