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Wedding Hats and the Etiquette of Wearing Them When getting married in a spectacular location, such as a romantic castle wedding venue, it is nice to follow tradition and take the opportunity to adorn creatively designed hats and accessories. The Mother of the Bride, is the one lady who, at a wedding, will plan her outfit to the last minuscule detail to ensure she looks suave and sophisticated for her…
After the Ceremony A look at Wedding Photography Having your wedding at a spectacular castle wedding venue can make for some of the most wonderful wedding photographs. After the ceremony and before everyone sits down to eat, the photographer will demand the attention of the Bride and Groom to capture those precious shots, midst the host of guests all craving the bride and groom look at their cameras. The wedding…
 Wedding Day Transport Selecting your wedding day transport can be as exciting and daunting as choosing your wedding venue; whether you choose to cruise to your church in a modern Daimler or roll up to your spectacular wedding castle venue in a vintage Rolls Royce, your chosen method of transport can enhance the day.When first beginning to look for that perfect wedding car consider the fact that the traditional white…
Wedding Photography Selecting your Wedding photographer can be as important as selecting your wedding venue. Recalling your special day by memory can sometimes result in vague gaps, as you get carried away with the nervous excitement of it all and therefore, having a good photographer to capture those treasured moments can prove invaluable for future reference. Some wedding venues, may offer you the services of a professional photographer as part…
Wedding Speeches No matter where you hold your wedding reception, be it in a local village hall or a spectacular wedding castle venue, the time for speeches is always eagerly anticipated by guests and dreaded by the speech maker. The trepidation and apprehension of making a speech is probably worse than the actual act of speaking, so if the speech maker approaches the task with the thought that he is…
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