Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Bouquet Catch
2 followers -
So, you’ve caught the bouquet. You’re next!
So, you’ve caught the bouquet. You’re next!

2 followers
About
Bouquet Catch's posts

Post is pinned.Post has attachment
Anniversary wedding video - Tamara and Clive s wedding video: Happy 1st anniversary! I struggle to believe it s been a year since my brother Clive married my gorgeous sister-in-law Tamara at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in London. To celebrate their anniversary, here s an edited version of their wedding video. Check out the groom s wonderful poem to the bride clearly Harrises have a way with words. Tamara + Clive, Mandarin Oriental, London, Jewish Wedding Video from Ben Marlow on Vimeo. OK, so maybe I m biased, but this has to be the most beautiful, romantic, crazily fun, extravagant, big fat Jewish wedding EVER. More on Tamara and Clive s love story to follow on Bouquet Catch shortly. Back to the blog The post Anniversary wedding video appeared first on Bouquet Catch.

Post has attachment
Review: The National Wedding Show 2015 - The UK s biggest (and still best) wedding show Undeniably, the best thing about The National Wedding Show is its size and the sheer number of things to do and see. Held at London Olympia, Birmingham and Manchester, there s ample room for the hundreds of suppliers catering for literally every single aspect of your wedding from music, to stationery, to unique entertainment ideas, to of course, the dress. Brides flock from all over the country to find the one : a designer gown at a knocked-down price. I actually won a pair of free tickets to the London show which was just as well really, as at an average of £15 a pop the costs can quickly start to mount, especially if like me you want to go to more than one show to meet a wide selection of suppliers. For those of you who ve never been to a wedding show before, picture the scene: there are flowers, bows, sparkly and pretty things everywhere you look. Vendors are dressed to the nines, occasionally dishing you the hard sell but mostly a

Post has attachment
Free destination wedding guide to getting married abroad - Getting married abroad: Inspirational destinations It s not uncommon to turn your thoughts to warm weather and blue seas when dreaming of an idyllic location to exchange vows. And with so many wedding venues and vendors worldwide opening their arms to couples getting married abroad, it makes sense to consider a destination wedding. You may already have a location in mind: perhaps the country where you met, a place where you shared a memorable  holiday, or even your engagement location. The pull of tropical climates, romantic foreign lands and a sense of adventure might be just enough to make your dream wedding abroad a reality. With weddings abroad becoming far more commonplace, there are so many amazing options for your ceremony and reception. To help you on your way, here s a nifty little wedding guide that introduces four inspiring wedding destinations for your consideration in Asia, the Middle-East and Europe. Download your free destination wedding guide From the enchan

Post has attachment
Fake wedding flower ideas - Fake wedding flower ideas for the DIY bride There s a reason why DIY, homemade and vintage wedding flower ideas are having their day in the sun they re easy to make, cheaper than real blooms and, if made with love and care, can look simply gorgeous as an alternative to real flowers. Here are some of my favourite trends in fake wedding flowers. Lace posy Insert little lace flowers with real flowers for a romantic, shabby chic theme. Lace posy, found on Elizabeth Anne Designs. Hanging sunflower pomanders Artificial flowers are perfect to hang from the ceiling as your guests won t be paying too much attention to the up-close detail. Attach fabric sunflowers to Styrofoam balls, and hook up by a fine thread. Hanging sunflower pomanders, found on Buzzfeed. Cherry blossom tree You can hand-craft your own little tree out of tissue paper by following the stalwart advice of Martha Stewart. Cherry blossom tree, found on Martha Stewart. Paper and foil bouquet Bride Alison Formidoni had guests who

Post has attachment
It's here! Your directory of UK wedding venues. This list is in no way exhaustive so please do suggest your favourite nationwide #weddingvenue  to +Bouquet Catch or let us know if you'd like to be featured

Post has attachment
Chelsea’s Enchanted Wedding Fair - Wedding fair enchantment in SW3 Today I popped along to Chelsea s Enchanted Wedding Fair at the Chelsea Old Town Hall, which was rather fun. I was given free last-minute tickets by the PR team at Elite London Events which proved to be VERY last-minute i.e. yesterday afternoon, so gathering an entourage proved a little impossible. I was asked if I believe in magic, miracles and happy endings and told that I deserved a fairy tale of (my) own : Turning every maiden into a Disney Princess and transforming all the fair men into Prince Charming, Chelsea’s Enchanted Wedding Fair will be an event no bride or groom-to-be can afford to miss. With Chelsea’s Enchanted Wedding Fair, we intend to double the charm. The event will truly turn the venue into an enchanted castle complete with the Enchanted Hall, the Corridor of Charms, and the Fairytale Room. Was it enchanted ? Not hugely. If there was a fairytale theme, I didn t really see it. Just lots of lovely suppliers in a sensibly-sized ven

Post has attachment
How to book your civil ceremony - Making it legal Did you know that over two-thirds of couples in England and Wales now have civil ceremonies rather than religious marriages, according to the Office for National Statistics? Here are a few basic things to know about booking your civil wedding ceremony. Act fast You need to book your registrar as soon as you confirm your date with your venue. Dates and time slots get booked up months in advance, so if you want an early afternoon spot for a Saturday wedding, don t postpone booking your civil ceremony. Call the council And that s not necessarily the council where you live, but where your venue is based. They ll take a non-refundable fee to secure your date and time slot with the registrar. They ll then charge you the remainder of your fee around three months before your ceremony date. Fees vary depending on your venue and your date, but can range from £100 to £1,000. This fee will also cover your marriage certificate. Give notice A year before your date, you ll need to

Post has attachment
Love Story: Emma and Chris - A simple destination wedding in Croatia This love story is set against the backdrop of a small, simple, destination wedding. Emma and Chris knew early on that they were going to go abroad to get married. Lovers of holidays and golden tans, they didn t want to risk their day being ruined by rain (although as it transpired there was a torrential storm two days before their wedding day in Croatia). They didn’t have a huge budget as they had bought a house together the year before so they decided on a small affair. Croatia calling They initially looked at Italy and Greece, before coming across a lovely wedding planner called Kike at a company called Do You Wed Me in Dubrovnik, Croatia, who didn’t laugh at their budget! She gave Emma and Chris some options as to what they could afford and they came up with a package perfect for them. The wedding planner had her own florist, recommended the restaurant and arranged the photographer. Emma would highly recommend a wedding planner for a des

Post has attachment
Blogger Dawn Jenner from 'March to the Aisle' shares her  #weddingdress  shopping tips

Post has attachment
Ring selfie - My long-awaited ring selfie! The time has come to share my long-awaited ring selfie (or #relfie #sorrynotsorry). It s only taken me four cities (Atlanta, New Orleans, Austin and London), several disgruntled shop assistants and about a hundred rings tried, but I can finally say I found my perfect engagement ring in Hatton Garden. Horrah. And yes, I firmly believe that there s definitely something to be said for shopping for the ring after the engagement. It s been a whole lotta fun. The ring I chose is a 0.7 carat round brilliant stone, with 20 small diamonds embedded in the halo, and one small diamond on either side of the eyes . So that s 23 diamonds and nearly a carat in total! The style of the mount was really important to me (dare I say even more than the diamond?) and I m thrilled with the 1920s/vintage/Art Deco design. There s a load of detailed work in the under-carriage as well. Now that my family have seen the ring IRL, I feel comfortable posting it out into the world. Somet
Wait while more posts are being loaded