There are lots of ideas, offers and up-and-coming events on our blog page.
We also work with some of the best suppliers in the business organising everything from the largest Royal dinner to the smallest local meeting, each one as important as the other. These fantastic teams include musicians, bands, florists, photographers, cake makers, interior decorators, transport providers – the list is endless.
We want to share our contacts and their expertise with you through some of the following blogs and ideas. Please remember that this list is by no means exhaustive and you are more than welcome to use your own preferred supplier.
(If you are a supplier that would like a blog article to be considered for this page, please let us know!)
The Important Things to Focus On...
It's hard to focus on what's important when organising your wedding. The fantastic photographer, David Grant Simpson, has some great suggestions:
"Once you have landed on your wedding venue and date, the next stage is deciding with what and whom you are going to fill the space! Your first port of a call should always be to find the right photographer. You're probably thinking "Aye right! Of course David Grant Simpson PHOTOGRAPHY is going to part with that little of nugget of wisdom" But it's true.
You're probably going to spend a lot of time (and money) arranging all aspects of your wedding. You might be painstakingly making the favours by hand, you might be forging the rings yourself deep within the fiery chasm of mount doom, you might spend hours online searching for that niche band that only play electro Spice Girls covers. All of these aspects are awesome, but the memory of the day tends to fade over time. What won't fade is the images of the day, so it's vital that the atmosphere and the people that shape it are captured.
Meet with your photographer before going ahead with a booking. It's really important that you get along with each other. It honestly makes the images and the process of capturing them far more satisfying. You want the photographer to get to know you as people so that your personalities are captured within every picture. You want to look like yourselves in your photographs... just fancier dressed versions of yourselves.