Not the usual stag or hen do.

Category: Weddings

  We know that hen and stag dos come in all shapes and sizes, but this pre-wedding tradition called ‘blackening’ which hails from the north east of Scotland, is certainly going to get you noticed by aroma if nothing else. Basically, the couple about to get married are captured by their nearest and dearest and…
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Why should I choose a Rolls-Royce Ghost?

Category: Weddings

Rolls-Royce Limited was founded by Charles Rolls who ran an electrical and mechanical business, and Henry Royce whose company sold cars. Success with the first cars led to the formation of the Rolls-Royce company in 1906 and the start of their reputation as some of the best cars in the world. Today, the Rolls-Royce Ghost…
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Why does the father walk a bride down the aisle?

Category: Weddings

Most cultures and religions have many customs and traditions when it comes to weddings and being true to yourself while navigating other people’s expectations and your own beliefs can be tricky. One popular tradition that can cause quite a bit of controversy these days is that of a father walking his daughter down the aisle….
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Popular first dance songs of 2019

Category: Weddings

Wedding traditions may come and go, but one of the most enduring ones is the special first dance. In fact, 92% of couples shared a first dance at their wedding in 2018 according to a report released this year. And out of that 92%, it seems that around 46% choose a song that reflects their…
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We’ve been shortlisted

Category: Weddings

We recently entered Hitched Magazine’s – UK Wedding Awards 2020 and are proud to announce that we have been shortlisted in the Best Wedding Transport category. From wonderful venues to beautiful dresses, incredible jewellery to dream honeymoons, The UK Wedding Awards 2020 will identify and reward those key companies. From individuals and independents to high…
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Why do we tie cans to wedding cars?

Category: Weddings

It’s an old and really quite odd wedding tradition – tying tin cans to the back of the car so that they make a racket as the happy couple drive into the sunset – but there is a real story behind it. In the UK, the tradition actually dates back several hundred years to the…
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Would you attend a wedding at 5.30am?

Category: Weddings

It’s an interesting question. Do you think it’s unreasonable to expect guests to turn up at that time of day? Or do you think as it’s their wedding, they must do what they like, and guests should do their best to fit in? Of course, you always have the option of not attending – after…
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Avoiding Wedding Dramas

Category: Weddings

Hopefully, your wedding day is one of the most wonderful days of your life. But, as with all the best laid plans, there can be unexpected challenges for both the couple and guests so here’s some advice on how to handle some tricky scenarios before they occur. What if someone is upset because you haven’t…
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Can star signs inspire your wedding trends?

Category: Weddings

From food to flowers and everything in between, organising a wedding can be a lot of work. For a start, there are all sorts of preferences to consider – not to mention trends – so if you’re still searching for inspiration, have you ever considered looking to the stars? You might want to take it…
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