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Read through our blog below with contributions from suppliers and consumers alike. We have a multitude of hints and tips based on real experiences, whether to help you avoid the mistakes others have made or advice on marketing and publicising your event.

And finally take a look at our mood board and create your own scrapbook. We have a multitude of pictures and ideas neatly categorised for your choice. Save the images that inspire you and add your own to the board or keep in your scrapbook with your own personal notes.

Top 10 Stag do Ideas in the UkAugust 15th, 2017

The ‘Stag Do’ is a rite of passage for any soon to be Groom. It is celebrated as the last day of freedom for the groom, assuming that once he is married he won’t be able to do all the things that he did before. It’s the exciting event before the big day. Stag parties tend to always end up going abroad, stereotypes suggest Amsterdam, Prague and Benidorm for a typical stag weekend away. BUT it’s not always necessary! Stag do planning is a fun and exciting time. To plan a stag do here are a list of Top 10 unique yet fun stag do ideas that mean you don’t have to jump on that plane! Beer Keg Racing How do you fancy a little bit of competition added into your stag party? Race your fellow stag doers on motorised beer kegs to get your Stag celebrations off to a great start. Just don’t come…MORE

Wedding Traditions-SpainAugust 15th, 2017

If you’re thinking of a Spanish wedding theme, spring is the favourite time of year. You may worry that this could be an expensive affair, with around 200 guests at the average Spanish wedding, but fear not, guests are encouraged to give money as a gift, normally a minimum of 75 euros which should hopefully help to cover the costs of such a large celebration. Most Spanish weddings start in the early evening, with the most popular time for the ceremony to be 7pm, and it’s quite common for the guests to party until dawn. The wedding gown ( traje de novia) traditionally had lots of lace decoration to match the mantilla (lace veil) which can be very long. Traditionally the godfather of the bride buys the bouquet, and delivers it with a poem on the morning of the wedding. There are normally…MORE

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