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Celebrations, Ceremonies, elopements

Ten Reasons to Have a Destination Wedding

Thinking of having a destination wedding but haven't yet quite decided. Maybe we can convince you with our top ten reasons to have a destination wedding or elopement. 1- The world is your playground – you can choose anywhere to hold your ceremony, from a mountain top to a pristine tropical beach. 2- An intimate… Continue reading Ten Reasons to Have a Destination Wedding

Celebrations, Ceremonies, Decoration, elopements, Fashion, Wedding day topics

Our favourite beach wedding shoes

For all weddings you need to take into consideration the comfort of the shoes. For a beach wedding you also need to consider the fact that you will be walking on sand. So our advice would be to stay away away from stilettos and high heels and stick with wedges which can be very dramatic… Continue reading Our favourite beach wedding shoes

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Should we have a morning wedding?

As wedding planners we've recently been asked to do more and more morning ceremonies, weddings and vow renewals, and it does appear they are rising in popularity. So what are the pros and cons? Well it all depends on what kind of wedding you want , what memories you want from the day. If you… Continue reading Should we have a morning wedding?

Celebrations, elopements, Wedding day topics

Getting Married in Thailand – the Paperwork

At first it might seem a little difficult to get all the papers together, but the process is quite easy and you can combine it with a city break in Bangkok. You don’t even have to do all the paperwork yourself. If you are thinking about officially getting married in Thailand (rather than just have… Continue reading Getting Married in Thailand – the Paperwork

Celebrations, Ceremonies, elopements, Vow renewals, Wedding day topics

What exactly is a celebrant?

  Many people aren’t really sure what a celebrant is; after all, there aren’t that many of us around and it’s one of the newer professions. It was only in the 60’s that the idea of celebrants caught on. The first ones mostly operated in Australia, where they provided alternatives to church weddings or starchy,… Continue reading What exactly is a celebrant?