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?
Post-nuptials, it is tradition to serve a wedding breakfast. In the past, it was traditional to get married in the morning and to serve wedding guests a slap-up sit-down lunch afterwards. However, these days arrangements can be much more flexible.
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.
You’ve got a ring on your finger and confetti in your hair. All that is left now is sitting everyone down to the three course meal that you have ordered. But everyone is looking uncomfortable, all the kids are crying, and your cousin with the nut allergy is looking for her epi-pen. It’s okay. That was all a bad dream…
The term ‘wedding breakfast’ comes from the concept that it is your first meal as newlyweds. Traditionally, couples used to fast before their wedding and then break their fast after their vows.