The planning has started for your big day, there's guest lists, dates, photographers and so much more that needs doing. But the wedding venue should be one of the first things on your to-do list, as it can determine your date, location and even your maximum number of guests. Once you have picked your venue you can then start to plan everything else around it.
So you have your wedding venue sorted, and the plans are under way for the big day, and now comes huge decision on the honeymoon and getting it right can be crucial. You want a holiday to really remember for the rest of your life.
I have teamed up with the guys over at Exploring This Rock to look at the top destinations for your honeymoon.
By Sophia Fannon-Howell, Deco London
Fragrance is personal. Most of us know what we like and what we don’t. However, buying a fragrance for a special occasion can be difficult, especially if that occasion is your wedding day – a moment you will remember for the rest of your life, making the scent you choose forever associated with the memory. Specialising in a range of vintage perfumes, reimagined with a modern edge, we asked Sophia Fannon-Howell, founder of British perfume house, Deco London, for her advice on finding the perfect Wedding scent.
Sitting up until the small hours working on the table plan, sticking 200 little pink bows to your order of service on a Sunday afternoon and wrangling with caterers before you’ve even made it into the office. Feeling stressed yet? The fact is that even wonderful and positive life events like getting married can cause stress. But stress doesn’t have to be bad. It’s our body’s natural way of readying us for the challenge ahead (that’s planning a wedding by the way not marriage!). If you let stress slide too far it can become chronic. Here are some ideas for beating wedding stress.
Make stress work