Article by English Wedding member Garden Weddings Tipi Hire (Yorkshire) Images by Glix Photography There is no one single thing more capable of sprinkling magic on a wedding than the hire of a tipi. Tipis have a special atmosphere about them and…
Exciting ideas to help you plan, from Wonderful Events
At last, things are beginning to look up! 2021, 2022 and even 2023 wedding seasons are heading into full swing! It’s time to start looking forward to planning full capacity weddings and feel some sort of normality – maybe with some significant changes to the ways couples plan their celebrations, and changes in how wedding suppliers provide their services and work at weddings.
Let’s have a look at the 7 wedding trends that will rule weddings in 2021!
Since forever, we’ve been in LOVE with alternative bridal style. If wearing a big white dress isn’t for you, there are plenty of alternatives: our fave right now is the bridal jumpsuit. I’m thrilled to be sharing Lola Tara‘s collection of bridal jumpsuits with you today: in ivory silk, they’re exquisitely beautiful and more than perfect for the chic modern bride.
A lovely article by our friend and talented London wedding photographer Amanda Karen.
I know it’s been a tough 12 months for weddings, and it’s been heart-breaking and stressful for so many couples to have to postpone their wedding. A wedding signifies so many things to so many people, contrary to some people’s belief, it is more than a party. And as we eagerly await the end of the pandemic and a return to some sense of normality, I wanted to share my 10 reasons why your wedding will be worth it, and will be the occasion you’ve planned and hoped for.
Today’s beautiful feature fits perfectly with our grand millennial wedding style blog from Saturday. Afternoon tea has been such a popular style for weddings in recent years, and with micro weddings a growing trend for 2021 I’m sure this look will be huge for a while yet! I love today’s feature most of all for its story. Lovely Gail Gardner told me the tea set itself has a story: it belonged to her mum, who collected the pieces and treasured them. After she sadly passed, Gail’s dad gave the set to his daughter – a true family heirloom. This editorial feature is all the more special for its story and I’m so proud to be able to share it with you today.