Where rock meets woodland. Where tattoos and sunglasses mix. Where beer pong and afternoon tea congregate. What’s not to love about Ione & Joshua’s alternative wedding day and woodland ceremony?
I am so in love with Hannah & Jon’s ceremony & wedding day because there is so much to love about it! With a jazz band, a ring blessing, a rose ceremony, a whole lot of love, laughter, happy tears and a sprinkling of romance – it was everything they wanted.
Hayley and Scott are just too cool for school! From a personalised leather jacket, a tractor drawn trailer, their fur-baby dressed in a waistcoat that matched the groom’s, and glamping for guests, their festival themed wedding ‘PughFest’ had it all.
Jumping the Broom symbolically represents sweeping away your single lives and jumping into your married future. The wooden handle represents the strength of your commitment, the straw represents family, and the ribbons hold you together. The act itself represent love, togetherness, loyalty and respect – all key ingredients for the recipe of a successful marriage!
I’m delighted to partner and collaborate with the Hogarths Hotel Group – Hogarths Hotel Solihull and their sister hotel Hogarths Stone Manor (nr Kidderminster) in their Naming Day promotion. Hogarths are offering a package to include the ceremony, finger buffet, cordial for children, bellini for adults, cake stand & knife, linen, an event planner – everything you need – including your celebrant to ensure your Naming Day is planned and delivered to perfection.
This whole article was prompted by listening to Justine Greene on BBC Coventry & Warwickshire this morning talking about weddings and funerals. There is a fair bit of media coverage recently prompted by the Sky News Presenter Colin Brazier’s request for those who attend his wife’s funeral not to wear bright colours. I totally respect his request and his feelings – a funeral is a time to say goodbye in a way that is right for each family, and the person that has died. The thing is, in my opinion, there is no right or wrong. There is only what is right for each family.