Posts Tagged ‘Wedding Planning’

The Back-Up Plan: How To Avoid Wedding Nightmares

Have you woken up in the middle of the night, sweating, after a nightmare that something in your wedding doesn’t go to plan? “What if the venue forget? What if the dress is five times too small? What if the stylist lets me down?”. These are the thoughts that go through every single bride and groom’s mind in the run up to […] Read more >

Wedding Planning with Kirstin Halstead

It would only be fitting to invite our best gal pal Kirstin Halstead to the biggest party of the year!!  Not only did this lady elope with her now husband but she knows a thing or two about throwing the best party in town and after spending the summer working with us on our fabulous new magazine we think its time you […] Read more >

Craft Workshops at Stokesley Town Hall

Join us next Sunday 17th April at our Wedding Fair at Stokesley Town Hall, set over 2 floors we have a fantastic selection of suppliers to meet.  Not your usual event we provide plenty of ideas and inspiration too – try your hand at some cool crafts, while you are here and take some great ideas away with you.  We’ll have 2 […] Read more >

Join us at Wynyard Golf Club Wedding Fair

We’re always so excited to be heading back to this venue and this time is no different. On Wednesday 28th January from 6pm-8.30pm you are all invited to the beautiful, contemporary venue Wynyard Golf Club for a truly personal experience. You will be treated to the finest, carefully selected suppliers who are available for you to chat to, be inspired by and get involved […] Read more >

Where To Start When Planning Your Wedding

You’re engaged! It’s all new and exciting and now it’s time to get down to planning. Knowing where to begin and what needs to be done first is a daunting experience. Here are our top handy tips to get you on your way to perfect wedding planning. Share your big news Make sure all of your nearest and dearest know your special […] Read more >

Advice from the bride…

You’ve bought more wedding planning magazines than you dare to admit, downloaded every app but no advice compares to that of a newly-wed bride. She’s done it, she’s experienced it and managed to make it through unscathed! On Monday we featured the fabulous rock n roll wedding of Becky and Chris who said ‘i do’ at Burn Hall in Huby. The couple made sure their […] Read more >

KTB’s New Wedding Etiquette

If you’re having sleepless nights over your plus-ones, you’re not alone. We’ve come up with solutions to the top table gripes, money nightmares and bridesmaid battles, so you can get back to worrying about colour schemes and cake sampling. You don’t have to invite people who asked you to their wedding  First of all, you need to remember that this is your day […] Read more >

A day in the life of an Events Organiser, at Judges Hotel

Emma Williams, has worked as Events Organiser at Judges Hotel for 13 years, with nine of those being in charge of weddings. But what does being in charge of weddings at a big hotel mean and what roles and responsibilities does it include to ensure the bride and groom’s day runs smoothly? Emma says: Here at Judges, I do like to treat […] Read more >

Top 10 wedding planning tips by Sarah Beth Weddings

There is so much to remember and to do when planning your wedding, so here’s 10 top essential tips courtesy of  Sarah Beth Weddings to help you get started. 1) First things first, get yourself a binder, a wallet or even a pretty box for all things wedding related, you will get a lot of information along the way, from fabric swatches […] Read more >

Get your groom involved in wedding planning

It seems more and more men are not just sitting back when it comes to wedding planning but taking control of arrangements from their brides-to-be, despite witnessing the horror stories on ‘Don’t Tell the Bride’! Take a look at our tips on how to get your hesitant man more involved in wedding proceedings and we speak to photographer Robin Chamberlain on how working in the […] Read more >