If ever there was a time to have a keepsake of your engagement, now is that time. If you were planning for your wedding to take place in 2020, chances are, your plans have been impacted by Coronavirus. We know that this entire process has likely been tremendously difficult for you both and you may feel like you don’t want to remember it, but trust me when I say that you will look back on this and be proud of both your resilience and your relationship. We think that you should strongly consider an engagement shoot with your wedding photographer. And here are our reasons why:
Are you planning a multicultural wedding? Then you’re going to want to read this. Today’s post comes to you from multicultural wedding planning expert Assumpta Vitcu. Assumpta is founder and lead planner of Ave Creations, a multicultural wedding planning company based in London.
Assumpta is going to talk you through how to plan your multicultural wedding and how to get the most out of it ensuring your cultures are represented. Please check out her social and YouTube links at the bottom of the post too. You can find an IGTV from Assumpta related to this post here and you can click through to all the real weddings below to see how our real wedding couples have navigated their way through to having successful multicultural days too. Over to Assumpta.
As you know at Rock My Wedding we love ALL weddings, be that a registry office wedding or an at-home celebration (your day your way). We wanted to dedicate this post to the registry office. So let’s take a look back at some of our most inspiring civil ceremonies and give you a brief rundown of the legalities for holding your own. Plus, how to make best use of those amazing buildings for fabulous photo opportunities.
Whether your engagement is long and luxurious or short and snappy, we all need help to get this thing off the ground. For many people, planning your wedding is going to be one of the biggest (also most personal) projects you undertake. Lucky for you we’ve been around for 10+ years helping couples to do just that. So whether you want a wedding checklist, a budget planner, a neverending stream of inspiration for all budgets or all of the above… We’ve got something for you.
I mean, it’s not a title anyone wants to write is it? But since we know that having a socially distanced wedding is a reality that our couples may face in the coming months… We want to help prepare you.
So, is it possible to have a wedding with lockdown restrictions still in place? Is it possible for your guests to adhere to the 1m distance rules? It is. Be prepared to approach it with an open mind and be willing to make some changes. But rest assured that although your vision for your day may change, that it will still be full of love, magic and cake. Or cheese, if that’s more your thing.
We have been sent lots of incredible elopements recently to share with you and it’s spurred us on to dedicate a post to elopements; how you can have one, what does it even mean and it’s an opportunity for us to re share some of our all time favourite eloping couples. As well as elopements we thought it was a good opportunity to touch on smaller gatherings in general especially as that is now becoming a consideration for lots of planning couples what with the ongoing government restrictions put in place because of COVID-19. We have enlisted the help of elopement enthusiast Emily Black Photography to answer your questions. You can find out more about Emily here on our recommended directory. Thanks so much for all your insights Emily.
Confetti cannons, concrete cakes, and the incredible fashion of two brides make this an inspiration shoot with a difference. Just wait until you see Cara’s polka dot black and white wedding dress teamed with a leather jacket and boots. It’s the perfect attire for an alternative or rock n roll bride. As is Jade’s bridal separates and trainer combo.
Who got engaged? YOU DID! Whoop! If you’re looking to have an 18 month engagement then you’ve come to the right place. Being engaged is amazing but how do you actually have a wedding day? You’ve likely never planned anything quite like it before and that’s where we come in to offer a helping hand and this useful wedding planning checklist.
We need to talk about something that sounds really serious and difficult, but is not really serious or difficult at all. But before we go any further you should know something… This post has zero affiliation with any wedding insurance company. That’s right… Not an ad. A lot of posts about wedding insurance tend to be. But since we don’t do ads around here and it’s such an important topic that requires demystifying that we wanted to lay it all out for you in one big informative post.
Read on, because this could be the most inexpensive way to save your wedding.