Winter weddings needn't be all about Christmas trees. In fact, there doesn't need to be a pine sprig in sight. For winter wedding flowers, a good place to start is to ask yourself whether you want bold or subtle arrangements. If bright and bold is more your style, pick velvety, red roses and bright pink hydrangea, and accessories with fruit and berries. For a more subtle look, pick dusty jewel toned wedding flowers mixed in with an abundance of greenery - gypsophila, for those on a tight budget or who want something minimalist, is still a great choice in winter. Click through to discover 20 ideas for winter wedding flowers.
Good news, cheap wedding invitations <i>do</i> exist! Generally, it's thought that spending 3-4% of your budget on wedding invitations is a good rubric - but whilst wedding invitations are an extremely important part of your big day, you don't need to forgo style if your budget is tight. When choosing cheap wedding invitations, it's worth deciding what you're willing to do: will you print them yourself to save money? Or don your neatest writing to fill in blank wedding invitations? And do you <i>need</i> paper invitations? E-invites are a brilliant way to save the pennies. We've rounded up eight ways to buy cheap wedding invitations, click through to find your dream stationery suite.
Your first year as a married couple is certainly worth celebrating in style, so we've come up with nine ways to celebrate your first wedding anniversary! Read more »