Should we use formal language? Should we say the bride’s parents request the pleasure of the guests company or should we word it from us as a couple? When do we send them out? Do we need Save the Date Cards beforehand? Do we need to include plus ones for everyone? How do we broach the subject of not inviting children? Do we mention gifts or registries and how to we get our dress code across?’
couples are getting super creative with their choices, with everything from fingerprint trees, to wine corks, jenga pieces, photo books, time capsules and even piñatas becoming popular. No matter what medium you chose though, what’s most important is that you have all the heartfelt well wishes together in one place, because, believe us when we say, your magical day will go by way too fast and at the end it’s lovely to have these beautiful sentiments to read over year after year
in the middle of all the dreaming of a perfect wedding day, there’s also some serious questions you need to ask before you sign on the dotted line. The two most important questions are obviously, if the venue is free on your chosen date and can it accommodate your number of guests?
Lighting is a crucial factor for your wedding day décor. Creating a beautiful, romantic atmosphere requires more than the full on glare of regular room lights. Candles are the obvious choice to bring ambiance to a room and when it comes to weddings they are an absolute must.
On first glance it may appear like an easy exercise, but quite quickly after you and your husband-to-be sit down and realise that Aunt Mary can’t sit next to Uncle John because they haven’t spoken in over a decade, you’ll know how pernickety the process can be. And where are you going to put your shy single friend who’s coming from work but doesn’t know anyone?
these days paper décor is on the ultra-cool end of the wedding spectrum and can be incorporated into practically any theme from shabby chic to retro glamour. Indeed, it’s surprising just how well paper décor can work to make an impressive impact on your big day for a relatively small budget.
gone are the days of just having lone flowers as centrepieces, todays brides and grooms are thinking outside the box with everything from trees, to vintage birdcages and mason jars, to books and edible goodies like cupcakes and even cheese being used