Although the years from 1939 to 1945 were full of tragedy, that didn’t stop plenty of couples from tying the knot. In fact, it may have encouraged premature nuptials as soldiers wanted to protect their sweethearts financially during World War Two.
Your wedding day is one that you spend so long planning that you’ll wish it will never end. But whilst it may sound appealing to have as long as possible to celebrate your nuptials tiredness will creep in. You would be surprised how a day full of excitement (and alcohol!) can have an effect on you and your guests’ stamina. As a result, you need to set a finish time.
No wedding is complete without a packed out dance floor full of tipsy guests prepared to sing their heart out way into the night – but which songs are sure to go down well?
Devon is a coastal wedding venue hotspot, encompassing sandy beaches, fossil cliffs and national parks. Boasting picturesque harbour towns, we completely understand why the Torbay region of Devon is known as the English Riviera.
For couples who hate extravagant and formal affairs, why not host your very own barn wedding at one of these gorgeous Essex venues? Essex has an incredibly intricate history, with the Romans, Saxons and Vikings each leaving their own unique mark on the land. Now this county and its seamless blend of rich farmland and glorious coastline is host to over 6,784 weddings each year.