You’re finally able to plan your dream wedding, and what better way to make that fairytale happen than with an enchanted forest theme. With flowers and plenty of greenery, these simple yet luscious table decorations will certainly set the scene for a woodland themed wedding.
At the touch of a button people around the world are able to follow their favourite celebrities and have insights into their world, including into their wedding days. From extravagant balls to numerous outfit changes, to the secret and subtle ceremonies, the public always finds out. But what impact does that have on our wishes and expectations for our own weddings? Does it make us competitive?Sometimes we find ourselves stalking celebrity weddings for the sheer fun of seeing what those in the limelight choose to do, where they focus their attention, who’s attended and how many! They are the trend-setters of today – just look at the amount of Cinderella carriages that were booked after Katie Price and Peter Andre first tied the knot. It’s all about the who, what, where and how. People want to replicate or outdo those in the public eye, and nowadays it is an achievable dream.
For couples getting married in the UK there is now an inspirational one-stop-shop that will revolutionise and simplify your wedding planning, The Wedding Gallery. The permanent luxury department store for brides, occupying 2 floors of the iconic One Marylebone, London, is home to aspirational luxury brands such as Sassi Holford, Jo Malone and Gieves & Hawkes from the UK alongside international brands Oscar de la Renta, La Perla and Atelier Swarovski.
A legendary city known for its historical palaces, stunning churches and a maze of canals, Venice certainly dazzles the minds of the Venetians and all its visitors – a perfect destination for a luxury wedding, honeymoon, engagement or anniversary.As a World Heritage Site, the city boasts a wealth of culture, museums and restaurants – indeed, there are more works of art per square kilometre in Venice than anywhere else in the world. The island of Venice sits in the middle of a large lagoon, and the site remains largely unchanged since it was first established some 600 years ago.