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.
If you’ve read our post, 10 Tips For Choosing Your Perfect Wedding Photographer. then you will be well on your way to whittling down suppliers for your wedding photography. You may have one in mind or maybe you want to meet up with a couple before you make your final decision. Go ahead and ask them these really helpful questions to make sure you book the one that best suits your needs. You’re welcome 🙂
It’s well known that the majority of team Rock My Wedding want to jet off to the South of France and renew our vows. And, after carrying out our polls on Instagram, a lot of you will be saying ‘I do’ aboard too. In fact, one in five U.K couples now have destination weddings. So we thought we’d pop together a feature for all the things you should consider if you’re marrying in sunnier climes. Plus don’t forget to listen to Series 2, Episode 5 of our Podcast: Destination Weddings and Where to Start, for lots more advice from Charlotte and Becky regarding the legal aspects that come into play. They are also joined by Kim from Love Cloth who shares her current experience of planning her wedding in Mallorca. Passports at the ready!
Having guests sign the wedding guest book is still a tradition favoured by many couples on their wedding day, but what hasn’t remained the same is the use of good old fashion pen and paper. Brides and grooms are now thinking up more innovative and interactive ways to encourage their guests to leave them a message. We’ve rounded up the best of the best alternative guest book ideas from our real wedding features. You’re welcome.
Spring has most definitely sprung everyone and with it comes blue skies, outdoor soirees and an abundance of florals in beautiful hues. Today we show you how to incorporate all the delicious Spring wedding colours into your 2019 big day with the help of our fabulous The List wedding suppliers. The only hard part is deciding which combination to go for…
There is something so joyous about a confetti picture, no? Whether they are planned or take the couple completely by surprise the results are always epic. Especially when there’s a confetti cannon involved. The clever cylinder of nitrogen allows individuals to launch and spray paper pretty high into the air producing a beautiful canopy of confetti around you, perfect for creating moments of pure magic for your photographer to capture.
Here’s why you need a confetti cannon at your wedding…
While every wedding is different and as a couple, you’ll find you have priorities (food and drink over flowers, cake over favours perhaps), most of us have no idea how to split our wedding budget to make sure we’ve covered everything. By hugely popular demand, we’re chatting all things wedding budget related on the podcast today, so head to your favourite podcast streaming platform to listen now!
And to support the podcast, armed with our favourite wedding planning book and the wealth of knowledge from you lovely readers, we’ve created our own wedding budget planner to help you get to grips with financing your big day.
The idea is you decide on your overall wedding budget, making sure you’ve added a little extra in for emergencies, then use this breakdown to plan all of the aspects of your day…
If you’re looking for a book to assist you with wedding planning, or perhaps a gift for a newly engaged friend, then our wedding planning book, Your Day Your Way, is the perfect thing. As with anything from the RMW team, it’s brimming with gorgeous imagery and styling BUT it’s also full of really helpful checklists and wedding planning questions to help guide you through the wedding planning process seamlessly.
Your Day Your Way is written by our founder, Charlotte O’Shea, who not only knows a thing or two about weddings, but tells it like it is too. RMW was built on Charlotte blogging about her own wedding planning journey, and the book is very much in her own inimitable voice. For those of you yet to discover the book, here’s a peak inside…