Carolyn is delighted to have been invited to contribute to this Good Housekeeping article on wedding gift etiquette rules. If you're attending a wedding this year and not sure what to do about the gift, then these tips may help!
Planning a wedding is renowned for being stressful, but it’s a special experience that should be fun! That is where iVOW – Wedding Planner steps in - Find out more with our Interview with Gemma King, Manager and Designer of the iVOW Wedding Planner App and Ex Wedding Co-ordinator for 4* and 5* venues across South Wales.
You may have read my recent blog post about what to do if it rains on your wedding day (if not, you can catch up here: https://www.carolynlouise.com/blog/dancing-with-my-baby-in-the-summer-rain)… well if the recent heatwave that has hit the UK has got anything to go by and with temperatures soaring above 30 degrees in parts of Britain, you won’t be needing those any time soon. So whilst most brides to be are wishing for the sun to come out for their special day, I thought I’d write a blog with some wedding planning tips to help keep you cool during the hot weather.
Wedding season is well and truly in full swing. The summer is still the most popular time of year to get married in the UK, but as we all know the weather here is hardly reliable. I have come across so many brides that are worried about having rain on their wedding day and it is in fact it is the number one fear amongst brides, so I felt drawn to write a blog post on it, if not just for the reason I got to quote Belinda Carlisle in the title, it will help you not become obsessive about checking your weather app in the run up to your big day.