Weddings are expensive events: fact. Never mind the dress, food, and flowers, couples spend thousands of pounds on venue hire alone. But what if, instead of lining pockets, the money we spend goes to good use? Today, we are looking at charity weddings venues.
Perched on the banks of the River Avon and steeped in a vibrant culture lies the great city of Bristol. This city offers dozens of small, quirky wedding venues you couldn’t have imagined in your wildest wedding dreams.
Today we’re going to take an in-depth look at the readings that often take place as part of both religious and civil marriage ceremonies.
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 suite and, moreover, is infinitely personalisable. Despite the connotations of village halls simply being a budget venue, you can certainly still make them romantic and special. Plus it is the perfect way to save money on your wedding day!
You’re engaged! Congratulations! Now begins the task of planning your dream wedding. The very first question you should be thinking of is – when? Objectively, what is the best time of year to get married?