How are you doing, lovely readers? It’s been a rough start to the year, and if your wedding planning mojo has done a disappearing act I hear you. You’re not alone. A survey identifying the most stressful life events identifies weddings as being in their top 10* – and if we add covid worries and postponements onto that, the stress factor rockets.
Header image credit: Luke Hayden Photography
Oh my goodness, did you see how the world changed last year? I don’t mean the big old general world, I mean the wedding world… which suffered heartache and tears, thousands of postponements and major shifts in how we even plan weddings right now. A happy handful of brave and determined couples went ahead with their weddings on a tiny scale – and micro weddings became a thing. (Which is actually a huge shift in how weddings work – and it’s exciting!)
Header image credit Richard Skins Photography
Hi! I’m Alex, and I run The Tailors Singing Waiters. Like most suppliers, we’ve been commiserating with our couples, and moving all of our bookings to next year (and sometimes even 2022!) Since we get to know our couples very well as part of our work, we’ve also been hearing about all their stresses and worries about next year… it’s been heartbreaking.
It’s your big day. Your time to shine. There’s no better way to make an entrance than with a unique ride to the altar – and then to your reception. Of course, you can opt for the traditional limousine or vintage car, but that’s never going to leave a lasting impression or reflect your unique style.
If you’ve ever been looking for a reason to travel in the most unconventional way, your wedding day is a wonderful opportunity.
Inspired by and with all images by London wedding photographer Jordanna Marston
It’s not always easy to love every photo you see of yourself. With a wedding on the horizon, sometimes the pressure can pile on. There’s an expectation to be the very best version of you – and from the wedding mags and websites that appears to mean perfect makeup, perfect hair, perfect tailoring and a perfect figure. (spoiler alert: that’s not it at ALL – but bear with me)