Today’s guest post is by the wonderful people at Estate Weddings and Events, with whom we work with through WeddingVenueLove listing some of their great estates available for rental (all photos are available estates, click to see their profile!) We’ve asked them to explain everything that you’d might need to know about renting an estate for your wedding — enjoy!
Private estate weddings are the answer to brides who ask the question, “Where can I find a unique, out-of-the-box wedding venue?” As a company specialized in managing private estate venues across the U.S and Internationally, we speak to many brides everyday who are completely new to the idea of renting out a private estate for their special day. The truth is the possibilities are endless with private estates! Just take a look at many of our past weddings.
Are you a private estate bride? Here are some basics of what to expect when you choose a private estate as your venue.
For our UK brides to be, the Hen Party Superstore is a fun online store with an extensive array of girls night out paraphernalia. You can find everything from party invitations to naughty “willy” drinking straws. This shop has a ton of fun goodies to add to the shenanigans of Hen Night. Here are a few of my favorites:
Sharon Sussman works at Brilliance.com, where she updates the company blog with interesting news, trends, and infographics. Born on the Fourth of July? Find out more about your birthstone on the Brilliance blog.
Of course, you want a wedding that’s perfect to the last detail. It’s that big day that you’ll want to look back on with fondness. This means that you may need to enlist the help of experts in making it more memorable. This would most commonly include experts in photography, video, catering, and entertainment.
Getting the right supplier or vendor can be tricky though. There’s a plethora of available wedding planners and event organizers, and finding the right ones can be, at times, frustrating; especially with such a crucial day at stake. Discerning the excellent ones from the mediocre herd involves a degree of trial and error, and perhaps a number of lackluster meet-ups.
Here are a few tricks to try out, in order to curb the number of dead-ends. You’ll find that it’s a lot like modern dating:
Jennifer Acton is a UK-based travel writer who loves going on walks in countryside and scouting out special places for romantic breaks or big trips with the family.
Boasting glorious bays, picturesque woodland and spectacular cliff-top views, the UK countryside has a wealth of breath-taking scenery. An ideal backdrop for any romantic getaway, Britain’s green expanses are a picture-postcard honeymoon location. Instead of blowing your wedding budget on an all-inclusive trip to the Canaries, why not skip the cost of flights and take your pick of some beautiful Suffolk cottages to while away a week? The weather may not be the most reliable, but a sprint in an unexpected rain shower back to your cosy houseboat or luxurious Yurt will just be another romantic memory from your trip.
The UK has some wonderful options for unusual accommodation, perfect for a memorable honeymoon and a unique experience for you and your partner:
It’s just about that time of the year in the U.S.A, our Independence Day. If your big day happens to fall on the 4th, we’ve created a list of tips that you can reference to share your big day with America’s special day. To show your true patriotism incorporate the American colors, red, white and blue into your wedding theme. From your wedding decorations, and flower choices, to apparel, and even your food venue SimplyBridal has helped you brainstorm possible options.
Planning a wedding is one of the most difficult tasks a couple will undertake during their premarital relationship. The venue, flowers, dress and band; the list goes on and on, and unfortunately, so does the stress. A surefire way to eliminate a portion of your stress is to hire a wedding planner. Whatever you can afford and whatever you need, a full-service wedding planner can help make all your wedding dreams comes true.
Wedding Lovely regularly highlights wedding planners, sharing their personal story of becoming a wedding planner. As you may have read on WeddingLovely or WeddingPlannerLove, a lot goes into planning a wedding, but you also may be left wondering what a full-service wedding planner does. The details, decisions and involvement can be overwhelming, but in steps your fairy god mother in the form of a full-service wedding planner to save the day, or rather wedding.
For 2013, expect weddings to appear to be more elegant than in the past. This will mean that couples are going to be making more expensive choices for these celebrations, so gold, silver and crystal will be common sights at weddings this year. This trend is expected to extend to the attire of both the wedding party and the guests, so men shouldn’t be surprised to be asked to wear a tuxedo while the women will be required to wear gowns.