WORKING WITH A WEDDING PLANNER WHEN YOU LIVE ABROAD

There’s been a strange phenomenon this year as far as our weddings are concerned and that is that nearly all (with a couple of exceptions) have been where one half of the couple is British and the other American. Oh and, typically, the couple have lived in the US but want to marry back here. That’s meant a few things. Firstly we’ve blended a lot of American/British wedding traditions... Who walks down the aisle first - bride or bridesmaids? Who sits at the top table and where? Do you do a Father/Daughter dance? Second, we’ve planned a host of weddings from abroad. In fact some where I’ve not even met the bride or groom in person until 6 months down the line and Skype/Facetime have been our

How to Stay Smiling, Despite Rain on your Wedding Day...

It's been one of the driest summers on record but I was brought down to Blighty with a bump last weekend when it rained solidly during our post wedding day pool party brunch. But... all was OK, we had a back up plan! The British weather is nothing if not unpredictable, and being lulled into a false sense of sunny security can spell doom for outdoor weddings in the summer months. So, despite the blissful heat, we’re talking rain on your wedding day today, and how best to plan for it. PLAN A ALONE IS NOT AN OPTION No matter whether you’re planning a mid July wedding and the same week for the previous umpteen years has been golden and sunny, you can’t afford not to plan for rain. In fact I i

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