Have you heard lots of these phrases when planning your wedding?
“The day will fly by”,
“Take 5 minutes for just the two of you because the day will be over before you know it”,
“It goes by so quickly you’ll barely have a chance to get round all of your wedding guests”
Yep! We have too. They are all true as well. For the couple getting married the day whizzes by. We’ve been filming weddings for 6 years now so have come to recognise some key things to look for when choosing your venue to make the most of your wedding day. These features of your venue will mean you can spend more time with your guests and with each other. Read More
What a night! I’m still buzzing from the Wedding Planning Party last Thursday! I couldn’t wait to share with you all how it went and what positive feedback we received. Thank you to everyone who came, and to our trusted suppliers and all that they did for the evening to make it so special! For those of you who couldn’t make it, here’s the recap. You’ll want to be sure to book your next Wedding Planning Party tickets as soon as they are released! Read More
We are so spoiled to have such amazing wedding venues within our very own counties. The Manor Houses in Bedfordshire are no exception. With historical depth and classic romantic features that are timeless for any wedding, Manor Houses are always a great choice for your wedding day. So if top hats, royal sized wedding gowns, and candelabras are your style, you are in for a treat. Here are some of our favourites… Read More
When it comes to you hen weekend, it can be difficult to decide what activities to pick. With so many options to choose from and so many people to please it can get complicated. As hen weekends go, I don't think you can go wrong with an afternoon tea. Afternoon tea allows you to bring all generations together for an afternoon of elegance and sophistication... before you head out to party later in the evening.
I recently had the pleasure of being invited to the recently revamped Farmhouse at Redcoats alongside a group of hens, to try out their afternoon tea for myself. Read More