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Our Favorite Clever Wedding Canapes

    We love all of the little luxuries that you get at a wedding, and one of our favorites is delicious little canapes. Although they can be the bit of the wedding feast that most often gets neglected or forgotten about, they add so much glamour and sophistication to an event.    What’s more, they provide a brilliant opportunity for the couple to give their guests a bit more of a sense of who they are and what their
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Kate Saler Photography

    Let’s be real, planning a wedding is unbelievably stressful. There’s just so much to do! A full day of intricate little details and finishing touches, not to mention all of the big things that need booking. That’s why we can’t recommend securing yourself a little bit of outside help wherever possible. Before you resign yourself to another sleepless night, in this blog we’ll be spotlighting a fantastic vendor who we’ve worked with, to help make your planning process
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How to Make Your Wedding Reception Light Up at Night

  As your wedding day draws in to the evening, the celebrations continue and the party will be an unforgettable one. It’s an occasion to celebrate love and the opportunity for your loved ones to share in their delight at your joy. When it gets dark out, we love the chance that this brings to make the ceremony that extra bit more exciting, and add a little extra touch of romance too.   So we thought about some of our
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5 Ways to Personalize Your Wedding

There is no limit to the amount of fun to be had at a wedding. Take advantage of that, personalize your day and make it a memorable one. We have outlined 5 things that you can use to make your day truly yours. They worked great for couples before you and they’ll work great for you too!     Wedding Venue Make your wedding venue a meaningful one. Utilize a place that’s significant to you or your partner. It could
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4 Things to Know About a Micro Wedding

A micro wedding, as you probably know, is a small wedding with a few guests. Usually, the number of guests hovers around 50 or even much less. It has all the fixings of a wedding but just on a smaller scale. You might think it’s cheap, right? It’s not. Don’t let the scale of such a wedding belie its expense. Nonetheless, micro weddings are great in their own ‘little’ way, and they certainly don’t cost as much as large-scale weddings.
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