This tradition dates back many hundreds of years when originally rice or nuts, which where a symbol of fertility, where thrown at the happy couple. The married couple were seen to be lucky, and over t...
Hotly becoming a popular custom in the UK is the giving of favours at Christenings, Bar Mitzvahs, Communions and Baptisms. Although the presentation of a small gift for guests in attendance at a c...
More and more brides are looking to go that one bit further when it comes to their wedding favours. 2007 has seen an even great rise in unusual and funky wedding favours that really get their gues...
This is a very common question. There is no set rule to giving a favour. It all depends on your budget, the overall theme of your wedding, and the item you would like to give. Here are some guidelines...
Wedding favours are keepsakes given by newlyweds to their wedding guests to thank them for sharing their special day. They are not necessary but are becoming more popular as a great way for the couple...
Creating your own Wedding Invitations Making your own invitations is an increasingly popular option these days mainly due to the fact that many invitations that live up to your expectations can put...
Now that the warmer weather is teasing us into thinking summer is around the corner, we can start thinking about all those summer weddings. Are you going to be a summer bride this year? Perhaps you ar...
Author: Louise JarmanDate: 28 March 2007Wondering what colour to go for as part of your wedding theme? Take a look at our quick run-down of colours this year's brides are choosing.1. IvoryThe mo...
Whether it's a birthday bash you're planning, your own wedding reception, a civil partnershipor even an anniversary party you surely want to make a statement.To make a real splash at your special e...
Having problems seating all those awkward family members and friends at your wedding reception? Who will sit together? Does the table have the right balance? Questions that anyone who has ever orga...