The Boat Shed Wedding Fair

Jeepers creepers, our launch wedding fair at The Boat Shed is NEXT SUNDAY (8th March)! Margot’s Wedding are kinda running the show at The Boat Shed; promoting the venue, liaising with couples, running the bar (alongside Effervesce Refreshments) and managing the events on the day. We’ve been working on this project for the best part of a year so it’s going to be amazing for it all to come together next weekend. Above photos: Sam Pharoah Doors are open 11am-3pm. Entry is FREE and the first 50 pre-registered couples to arrive get a goody bag… so make sure you register…

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Getting to Know… The Neigh Bar

Today we focus our spotlight on The Neigh Bar, a mobile horsebox bar based in West Sussex. If you’re feeling a bit chilly as the winds whips outside your window, you’ll love the sound of their warming winter drinks. Over to Paul… Q. How did The Neigh Bar come about? i.e. what are your backgrounds? A. The Neigh Bar came about due to my wife Claire’s involvement in the wedding industry as a florist. I liked the idea of something different to bring to the world of weddings and events. Q. How did you decide on a horse box for…

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Glam Rock Shoot at Southend Barns

Today we hand over to stylists To Have & To Hire and venue, Southend Barns, to tell us all about this bold, edgy styled shoot… What else is one to do when wanting to add a little sparkle and spice to their wedding? Why Glam Rock, of course. Glam Rock is a style of rock music that started in the United Kingdom in the early 70s. Glam Rock musicians often adorned – what was classified then as ‘outrageous’ outfits, hairstyles, and makeup. Some remnants that may pop to mind are platform shoes and glitter. For this styled shoot we wanted…

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Wedding Tableware Hire

Getting to know… Harriet’s Table

Today we hear from Ellen Young, owner and founder of Harriet’s Table. She tells us all about her ideal client and how her hire collection creates very different ‘looks’. Q. Please tell us briefly what Harriet’s Table specialises in. A. Harriet’s Table specialised in vintage luxe tableware. It’s a collection of gold gilt crockery, crystal glassware and silver cutlery. Q. How did you come up with the idea for the business? A. I guess it was around three years ago when I started receiving enquiries (via Vintage Flair) from creative couples asking if I had dinnerware rather than afternoon tea…

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A Relaxed Shimmery Kent Wedding

Lavinia and Chris’s Kent wedding was a relaxed celebration with plenty of good food and music. The Night Yard offered the perfect blank canvas venue and Lavinia’s amazing dress dictated the loose ‘gold’ theme. Over to bride Lavinia to tell us more… Q. What was the theme/style for your big day? A. Relaxed. We had flowers from my mum’s garden to decorate the reception venue we used a selection of homemade decorations. The only other main theme was gold to tie in with my dress. Q. What was most important to you when it came to tying the knot/celebrating your…

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Getting to know… Hartt Cakes

February 6, 2020 | Hampshire Wedding, Wedding cake

Hold tight for some insider baking top tips from Hartt Cakes. Becky’s flavour combos will get your taste buds going, she shares valuable information about where she seeks inspiration… and her pastimes when she’s not in the kitchen are rather unique! Q. How long have you been baking? A. I’ve always had a passion for baking but it really started when I was 14 years old watching an old cake decorating show. I was amazed at how they could turn a simple cake into a work of art. From that point on it was clear to me what I wanted…

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Fun Wedding Photography

Let’s imagine you’ve planned your wedding, the day’s been and gone, the honeymoon’s over and your photographer has finally delivered your eagerly anticipated edited wedding photos. What photos are you going to cherish and why? Lets think of reasons you might love a photo: Because you look super cool/gorgeous (good angle, good light, you look svelte, a natural smile etc etc). Because it oozes emotion (a heartfelt moment with your father before he walks down the aisle, the first look moment, speech laughs/tears etc). Because it’s heartwarming (a happy moment with a child or elderly relative perhaps). Because there’s a…

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Fangirling on… All Frills Studio

I had a bit of birthday money knocking about (following my big 4 0 before Christmas) so I’ve booked myself onto a signwriting course at the beginning of March. I’m so excited! I feel like it’s something I really want to give a bash. I love words, I love colour, I love design and I would say I’m a pretty creative person. This could be my calling! I always say if I had my time again I would have gone down the graphic design route. I want to take the opportunity here to feature a signwriter I’ve been swooning over….

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Oh I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside…

Goodness me, what a busy few days I’ve had! Saturday was spent doing last minute prep for Sunday’s wedding fair at The Worthing Dome; buying donuts, printing stuff, packing the car, fiddling about with pegboard signage etc! The next day my eyes pinged open at 5.45am, 15 minutes before my alarm, and it was all systems go to get myself in gear and over to Worthing for set up. And what a lovely day we had! It was the fourth fair we’ve hosted at the venue and it was officially our busiest yet. We love working with the guys at…

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Mother of the Bride

Today we have a guest post from magazine contributor Pip O’Neill. She ponders wedding traditions and specifically etiquette when it comes to mother of the bride’s attire. Over to Pip!.. A lot of wedding traditions are lovely. The Something old, something new adage feels like a glorious opportunity to offer the magic of talismans to the next generation. Similarly, someone close to the happy couple standing and saying a few words, thus allowing for a moment of reflection and calm, in a pretty manic schedule, is a tradition that should not be done away with. What the wedding rules of…

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