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 […]
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?
Most couples don’t think twice about finding a local wedding venue, inviting all their nearest and dearest, and then jetting off to a sunny honeymoon. However, an increasing number of couples are now choosing to tie the knot outside of the UK.
A barn wedding is a popular choice and for good reason. Think vaulted ceilings, beautiful exposed beams, rustic brickwork and rolling countryside views; it’s a fantastic setting for a magical wedding. You’ll be happy to know it’s also an excellent budget option, perfect for DIY couples.
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.