I often get asked….“What does a Wedding PA do?”....let me tell you a story….

Your wedding day is finally here, and it is such an exciting time for all.

I remember the weeks coming up to my own wedding, which this month is 12 years ago now, we were given advice from married friends to make time for each other on our wedding day.

With so much choice around to host your wedding reception, here are a few pointers to help you narrow down a venue when making your decisions:

Are you recently engaged? Congratulations!! It is a wonderful and exciting time for you both, but it may prove a little overwhelming with all the planning involved.

Many couples and guests nowadays are opting for non-alcoholic drink alternatives, for a variety of reasons.

For those couples thinking of alternative coloured linens, here are two beautiful examples that ooze glamour and luxury.

A favourite topic of mine is all things shoes!

Many weddings over the years have seen classical, timeless white used for linens and accessories – which is always elegant and stunning.

This month, I’d like to talk about the Groom and the best men he has chosen to have by his side on his wedding day.

As a Wedding Planner and having a passion for weddings from an early age, I always love to hear how my clients met each other in their earlier days.

Imagine if you could see your name lit up in LED lights at your wedding!

The night before your wedding should be a relaxing one, however some brides find it can cause them anxiety and worry.

When it comes to wedding planning, many couples are keen to undertake the task of creating their own theme and décor. This can be exciting, and you can really show off your personality and style while being creative.

Many engaged couples are aware of the 'do's' when it comes to their wedding planning, however there are some 'don'ts' that may make life that bit easier when it comes to the big day.

With 2020 being the year ‘on hold’ for many weddings, 2021 and beyond, looks like a bumper year for weddings and celebrations.

During these more restrictive times we find ourselves in, smaller weddings are still taking place.

Planning a wedding is exciting, but it can also cause unwanted stress and worry. From my own experience, and listening to couples, the most stress came from these areas:

Your wedding day is fast approaching, you may be wondering how the day will go and how can you prevent your stress levels from soaring.

I remember the night my other half proposed to me…let me tell you how…