So, you are renewing your weddings vows – that’s great! A fantastic way to re-cement your love or mark a significant marriage milestone, Renewal of Vows Ceremonies are becoming more and more popular with couples all over the world. As this is your second declaration of love, you might not want to spend quite as much as you did when you first got married. Or perhaps you are just not in a position to make such a fuss this time around. Either way, you can still have a magical day with the one you love, celebrating this amazing time with your friends and family. Here’s how… The Ceremony Since vow renewals are not restricted at all with location, you are…

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Planning a wedding isn’t a piece of cake (wedding cake that is); it takes time and plenty of money. This is why the first step in your planning schedule should be setting a budget. A survey from Bridebook.co.uk has revealed the average cost for a wedding in the UK is  £30,350. We have laid out an average wedding budget breakdown below. We also provided suggestions on where you can cut costs to make sure you stay within your budget. Venue – £5,000 Your ceremony and reception venue(s) is one of the most important parts of your wedding day, and as such will definitely take up a big part of your budget. You will need to find something big enough to…

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You’ve met that special someone, asked ‘that’ question or said that ‘Yes’, and now it’s time to start the exciting task of planning your perfect wedding! When organising your special day, it’s helpful to have worked out a budget, so you can keep control of your costs. Most people will start with having all the obvious things accounted for – wedding dress, venue, the wedding breakfast and so on. It’s those little things that you may not think of straight away that can end up adding unforeseen expenses to your wedding budget. Here’s a heads up on some of the things that are often unplanned for. Stamps When choosing or making your wedding invitations, it’s easy to overlook the cost…

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What is HYGGE?! Well, I hear you say, I know what a winter wedding is, and I understand the concept of DIY and working within a budget, but what the Mads Mikkelsen is Hygge?   Well first let’s learn how to say it, Hygge is pronounced Hoo-ga and is a Danish word for which there is no direct translation.  It is the feeling of comfort, contentment and cosiness that you might feel when curling up with a good book and a cup of hot chocolate. It is experiencing a warm fuzzy feeling when enjoying the simple things and as Denmark is supposedly the happiest place in the world, we could learn from them about how to bring this feeling into planning…

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