Posts Tagged ‘wedding organizer’

Nov 12

Decide on wedding stationery – Plan my Wedding

Decide on wedding stationery – Plan my Wedding There’s more to wedding stationery than meets the eye and, for consistency, it is best to have all printed material designed at the same time. If you want to go to town, you can have all the following items: • ‘Save the date’ cards (more…)

Oct 20

Music Live Music DJs and Recorded Music – Plan my Wedding

Music Live Music DJs and Recorded Music – Plan my Wedding You need to think about music at the following times during the day (some of these times have specific titles and I have included approximate timings as a guide): (more…)

Oct 14

Legal and Financial Considerations – Plan my Wedding

Legal and Financial Considerations – Plan my Wedding This chapter covers a few key elements of administration that you need to set in motion ahead of your partnership ceremony. Some of them might seem a bit serious in amongst the fun parts of planning your big day, but they are well worth thinking about to make sure your finances are secure. Others are more fun, such as planning your honeymoon and deciding on wedding stationery. (more…)

Oct 10

Entertainers Magicians Casino Roving artists Cabaret Fireworks – Plan my Wedding

Entertainers Magicians Casino Roving artists Cabaret Fireworks As well as music, you may want to have other forms of entertainment to keep your guests amused. This is particularly useful if there is a lull while official photographs are taken, or if you have a lot of children in the wedding party. It is also a way to enhance the theme of your wedding – for example, if you are having a Vegas-style wedding, set up a casino. Entertainment can (more…)

Oct 06

Book the Registrar in England Wales Scotland – Plan my Wedding

Book the Registrar in England Wales Scotland – Plan my Wedding You can tie the knot at a registry office, or any wedding venue in the UK that has a civil wedding licence, but wherever you decide to hold your ceremony, you have to ‘give notice’ of your intention to have a civil partnership at your local registry (more…)

Oct 04

Look into your Wedding Gift Lists – Plan my Wedding

Look into your Wedding Gift Lists – Plan my Wedding This may seem a bit premature, but you want to start thinking about a gift list in order to include information with your invitation. Gift lists are also known as wedding lists or wedding registry in the US. There are various options for your lists: • Items at a specific store, such as John Lewis (more…)

Sep 18

Choosing Outfits Accessories for Bride Groom and Guests Part 2 – Plan my Wedding

Choosing Outfits Accessories for Bride Groom and Guests Part 2 – Plan my Wedding The cheapest option is to hire a morning suit or tuxedo. Make sure you go for a fitting a few months before the big day and find one that matches your size perfectly. If you want some of your guests to wear morning suits, negotiate a discount with the hire (more…)

Sep 12

Photographers DVD Videographers and Wedding Websites – Plan my Wedding

Photographers DVD Videographers and Wedding Websites If you think of your wedding day as a performance, you need to start booking key characters such as musicians, photographers and florists, to add color and vibrancy. Whether you want a video crew, a pink Cadillac, or a vicar in a rainbow-colored sash to (more…)

Sep 10

Perfect Wedding Invitations – Plan my Wedding

Perfect Wedding Invitations – Plan my Wedding The invitation sets the tone of your wedding and should reflect the ideas that came from your wish list. Having compiled this, you will know if you want your civil partnership to be formal, fun, posh or homespun. (more…)

Aug 09

Wedding Ideas – Types of ceremony, Informality

Informal wedding ceremony Informality can be brought into the traditional wedding service in many ways; choose the kind that you feel most comfortable with, and resist any conventions that you feel are inappropriate. The bride could wear a shorter dress, or one without a train, of less traditional design. She can get married in a suit, in trousers if she wishes, or in a dress that is coloured rather than white. The bridesmaids can wear less traditional clothes too – for instance tartan or striped cotton rather than pastel satin or net. The bride may choose not to have any attendants, or may choose a friend who will wear ordinary clothes. The bouquets could be made up of garden flowers or wild flowers. (more…)