A fascination with everything seaside and beach themed started the business for us, so I thought it appropriate to cover this favourite theme of mine.
I’ll set the scene…the sun is shimmering off the cool blue sea, a beautiful arch of seashells awaits the arrival of bride and groom, sun-kissed children carry garlands of starfish whilst a choir of magical mermaids sing heavenly tunes…oh hang on, got a bit carried away.
That’s not really my sort of thing if I’m honest… There are some beautiful beach destination weddings but how about a more realistic beach theme? One that could be used at any venue, including good old wet ’n’ windy Blighty and not cost as much as your mortgage?
Sand between your toes at The Gallivant Hotel
In my previous post, I emphasized the main differences between an English wedding and a French wedding and looked at how some ideas could be used in the UK.
I have just got back from a trip to Paris to celebrate my own 5th wedding anniversary in the city of love.
With a large majority of couples now paying for their own weddings, the decision to get married somewhere exotic with close friends and family looking on now means that the Caribbean as a wedding destination features in the top five most popular places. By mixing great weather with high standards of service and an abundance of beautiful settings the Caribbean has something for everyone and really should be one to consider if you are thinking about a wedding abroad. Here are just some tips to help you put this location on your list.
Hi everyone! Welcome to my first post as an Expert Contributor. I’ll be talking about a recent invitation suite I created for a glamorous wedding abroad and sharing the super styled photo shoot which followed. Having married abroad myself, it’s something I love designing for and always get excited about the fabulous destinations my clients choose!