“Lithic” means “relating to stone” and “Neo” means new, therefore the Neolithic era was also called the “New Stone Age”. This refers to the period between 10,000 BCE and 1,700 BCE, although the timeline is greatly disputed. A Neolithic wedding will most likely take place at a Neolithic site. This includes places like Stonehenge or […]
As the origin of a lot of our traditions today, it can come as no surprise that the Ancient Romans did a lot for weddings. Bridesmaids, rings, and of course feasts! They did it all.
In this day and age, it’s critical we start taking actions to curb our impact on the planet’s climate. Weddings are large and expensive events, and in many cases a preparation for a future generation – but what kind of future will there be for our children?
There’s something oddly romantic about a lighthouse. Maybe it’s their stunning height and viewpoint over the horizon. Or, perhaps it’s their age-old role in saving lives. Either way, it’s not surprising that sea-loving couples everywhere strive to marry within these unusually-shaped buildings.
Whilst an Arctic wedding might not be the first thing that springs to mind, it is one for the alternative couple and offers spectacular scenery. After all, it’s a definite way to enjoy your white wedding!
Even in our wonderful British climate, you will probably be familiar with alfresco dining, but are you equally au fait with alfresco weddings?
A non-traditional wedding could be perfect for a couple trying to break the norm. In days gone by, of course, marriages were for convenience of connection rather than for love. In fact it is only relatively recently that we see love as a requirement for tying the knot.
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?!
Festival weddings are increasingly popular and we totally understand why! A celebration of music, food, the arts and culture, festival style nuptials are a great way for brides and grooms to go against the grain and channel their personalities on their big day.
If you’re interested in Celtic tradition, or you have Irish, Scottish and Welsh heritage you may want to consider holding a Celtic wedding. It would be great if you could celebrate your wedding in a manner that truly connects with your heritage.