Posts Tagged ‘wedding preparation’

Nov 30

Reception after the Ceremony Hotel Restaurant – Wedding Preparation

Reception after the Ceremony Hotel Restaurant – Wedding Preparation Once all the formalities of the ceremony are over, the reception is your time to relax with your guests. Ideally, it should reflect the overall style or theme of your wedding. The two biggest decisions you will make when planning your wedding reception will involve the venue and the food and drink. (more…)

Nov 24

Marrying in Church is not that Hard – Wedding Preparation

Marrying in Church is not that Hard – Wedding Preparation It is possible to have a church wedding whatever your beliefs and whether or not you are baptized and go to church. Marrying in church has never been easier thanks to a change in the law, which means you now have more churches to choose from. Lots of people marry in their own local church, but maybe you would like to marry in a church away from where you live because it has (more…)

Nov 20

Duties of the Brides Father or Giver-Away – Plan my Wedding

Duties of the Brides Father or Giver-Away – Plan my Wedding The bride’s father escorts the bride to the church and gives her away. By prior arrangement with the Superintendent Registrar, it is possible to include the bride being ‘given away’ in a civil ceremony also. Although this is usually undertaken by the bride’s father, a brother, male guardian or uncle may perform this task. (more…)

Nov 16

Hair and Beauty for the Wedding Day – Ideas for Wedding

Hair and Beauty for the Wedding Day – Ideas for Wedding Your wedding day is the most important day of your life and you will want to fee! and look wonderful. Perhaps you’ve set yourself a weight loss goal or maybe your wedding is simply the catalyst for a bit of self-improvement and pampering. (more…)

Nov 08

Important Duties of the Bridesmaids – Plan my Wedding

Important Duties of the Bridesmaids – Plan my Wedding Bridesmaids are usually unmarried sisters or dose friends of the bride. Older bridesmaids liaise dosely with the bride and chief bridesmaid during the wedding preparations and help with the choice of dresses. Younger ones will not be expected to take an (more…)

Nov 04

Reception at Home Ideas – Wedding Preparation

Reception at Home Ideas – Wedding Preparation A reception at home will have a more intimate atmosphere, but numbers may be restricted. A marquee in the garden will offer more space and flexibility. Depending on the number of guests, you may wish to consider hiring Professional caterers. (more…)

Oct 30

Tables Wedding Wish List Budget Planner Wedding Checklists

Tables Wedding Wish List Budget Planner Wedding Checklists Table 1: Wedding wish list Each of you should fill in a table below to decide on the priorities for your wedding. This is to generate an overall idea. (more…)

Oct 28

The Necessary Documents for Civil Partnership in UK – Wedding Preparation

The Necessary Documents for Civil Partnership in UK When giving notice, you will be asked to produce evidence of identity and nationality – preferably your passport or birth certificate – and proof of residence, e.g. an electricity or telephone bill. With a birth certificate, another form of (more…)

Oct 26

Marrying Abroad Register Office and Approved Premises Civil Wedding Ceremony

Marrying Abroad Register Office and Approved Premises Civil Wedding Ceremony Some countries require a Certificate of No Impediment. This is used for persons marrying in a foreign country where one of the parties is British and the other is a foreign national. Advice can be sought from a Superintendent Registrar or the Foreign Office. (more…)

Oct 24

Two Weeks to go Before the Wedding – Plan my Wedding

Two Weeks to go Before the Wedding – Plan my Wedding Two weeks before the wedding, all the plans should be in place. However, it is a good idea to check arrangements and do the last- minute preparations.

Confirm with suppliers • Telephone all your suppliers to double-check arrangements. • Confirm transport arrangements for you and your guests. (more…)