The theme for today’s wedding inspiration is sure to put a SRING in your step! But before we tell you about that, we know what you’re all asking? How can I make a pretty pastel arch like that? Well, you’re in luck as we asked founder of The Prop Factory, Carmen to explain the process…Details
Lara and Scott wanted to create a wedding day that was unequivocally theirs and boy oh boy did they pull it off! I mean it isn’t often you go to a wedding with the little mermaid and a storm trooper sat at the top table, metallic dinosaurs and a light up box with a swear word on it. They were married at Pennard House, just a short 10 minute drive from their house.Details
At some point many brides and grooms planning a wedding will have considered getting married in a public place, but most people will get stumped when it comes to finding a suitable location and understanding all the rules and regulations. That is why most couples will end up dismissing the idea and opting for an easier more traditional venue instead. Though planning a wedding in public will take a little more planning and research, the benefits of choosing to marry in a public place will usually far outweigh the effort. It is often thought of as more budget friendly option as venues will often charge a much smaller fee, decor is unlikely to be needed as the location will already offer amazing natural beauty and the experience will be second to none. With this in mind, we have listed our top tips for planning a wedding in a public place, as a quick guide to getting your started…
1. Know the Law?
The law on getting married in public places differs depending on the location. For example here in the UK, venues need to be licensed for the marriage to be considered legally binding. This doesn’t rule out getting married in a public place if it doesn’t hold a license completely, it just means a legal civil ceremony will need to be performed elsewhere to formalize the marriage. Many will opt for a humanist ceremony in their preferred location instead, this can be a lot more flexible and highly personalised to suit your beliefs and is something a celebrant will be able to help you with.Details
Last month we held our 3rd annual blog survey. We were super excited to receive your responses in the hopes of making Bespoke Bride an even more useful platform for those planning a wedding and were thrilled by the number of responses. This year was by far our most popular yet. We shared your feedback a few weeks later and discussed the ways in which this would be used to help us improve for the coming year. All in all we were extrememly pleased with how well we had done so far, you guys went out of your way to tell us how much you ‘loved’ our blog and ‘the variety’ of content we shared, some of you likened reading our blog to ‘chatting with your best friend‘ and we even received a marriage proposal!
But there was something troubling us?
At the end of the survey we gave you the chance to to finish this sentence…
“I would like to see more real weddings or styled shoots that ….”
And here are a few of the responses?Details