“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 Avebury Stone Circle, which often have great historical and spiritual significance. If you find the idea of this interesting, read on!
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?
Generally, most couples tend to book their venue around a year in advance of their wedding date – at least! But, is it necessary to give so much notice?
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.
Add extra sophistication and style to your celebrations by holding your wedding in a grand, romantic Georgian venue.