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This inspiring article was written for you by English Wedding member Cynthia Grafton-Holt  | Cynthia Grafton-Holt Couture

Hello my lovelies,

I do hope that you are still looking forward to having your big day in whatever shape or format it takes.  I want you to know that life is full of ups and downs. But despite what it brings, it cannot and should not cancel out the dreams that you have for your future.

Love is certainly not Cancelled

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By my lovely friend Sheryl at Oobaloos Photography

When you start to plan your wedding, your first key points are likely to be Venue, Photographer, Florist, Dress, Cake.

Then you start to sort seating plans and timelines. The registrar has you booked for a 12pm wedding. The venue has you booked for a sit down dinner at 4pm… UH OH… that’s a big gap from 12.30pm til at least 3.30pm when the venue starts seating your guests.

How to entertain Your Wedding Guests image credit Oobaloos Photography Cheltenham (2)

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Header image by Midlands wedding photographer JS Coates Photography
Article by English Wedding member Bands for Hire

The events of this year have scuppered plans for thousands of soon-to-be-wed couples across the globe, but whether you’re delaying or simply getting on with it, there’s no reason why your big day should be any less special.

Micro weddings have been on the rise for the past couple of years and are sure to increase in popularity as uncertainty around guest numbers continues into 2021.

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Header image credit M and G Wedding Photography, full feature here


Did you know we have 3,000 blog posts on English Wedding? All of the real weddings we’ve featured over the last few years, all the advice we’ve shared and styled photoshoots our members and friends have created – it really adds up! I’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who’s been featured on the website over recent years and months – and we’re looking forward to the next 3,000 blog posts! 

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This is a guest article by English Wedding member Hannah Morris (hires out enamelware crockery at Enamelware Events)
and Lauren Alexander (wedding planner, stylist and event coordinator at Lauren Alexander Weddings).

Styling your Tables

So you have the dress and suit, you’ve got the band and the venue is all booked, tables seem to be the next item high up on the list for many couples. This is because the tables really are a highlight of the day. From setting the scene to colour schemes, the tables create the ambience of the day, influencing how people eat, how they communicate, how they see the couple as well as what it looks like. Often my couples know what their table shouldn’t look like, and from here we springboard to what they would like their table to be.