Beaitiful coastal portrait in Kent, captured by Luke Hayden Photography
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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!)

Beautiful English summer wedding with Richard Skins Photography (5)
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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. 

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Header image by Amandine Roparsfull feature here

Lovelies, I hope you’re all doing ok. We’re taking a break from our usual content today to share some advice from the mental health experts at Bupa. So many of you have had to postpone wedding dates until 2021, and I know some of you are even changing your wedding plans: scaling down guest lists and doing things differently. It’s hard. It’s really hard. I’ve been trying to keep blog content light hearted and positive to lift spirits, but for those of you who are struggling these tips from Fatmata Kamara, Specialist Nurse Adviser at Bupa UK, might help you.