Your wedding day is one of the most important events in your life. It’s a chance for you to shine and be the star of the show, no matter what the weather.
With this in mind, the season you choose to have your wedding in can have a great impact in the overall ambience and theme of your wedding.
Here are a few suggestions to keep in mind when choosing your jewellery and accessories that add those finishing touches to your look.
You’ve heard it all before. De-clutter your home, de-clutter your wardrobe and de-clutter your life so you feel more energised., more motivated and of course more organised. But have you thought of de-cluttering your jewellery box... That’s right.
Tiaras are a step closer to your fairytale. They can be the closest thing to royalty and are a great way of helping you feel like a princess or a queen at your wedding or prom, or indeed wherever you choose to wear one.
Here some tips to help you choose the tiara that is right for you and on how to wear one. As this can be an art form in itself.
The UK prom has become more and more popular over the past 20 years. It’s now a seminal event in the lives of teenagers and college students, and your chance to grab some Hollywood glamour. For college and universities, it’s your annual glamorisation session when you get to feel a million pounds.
According to statistics, the first week of August is the busiest time for weddings. Another survey found that around a third of UK couples get engaged on holiday. So for those not yet engaged, this summer could be the moment it happens…
Have you got a prom or wedding this summer?
Although it might seem a long way off, June is actually only 3 months away. And with Easter around the corner, there’s only one more bank holiday before the summer; it won’t be long before millions of girls are preparing for that special prom, or making the final preparations for their wedding.
Wedding jewellery pulls the overall bridal look together. It plays an important role in enhancing your wedding day look, and also contributes to whether you look like a classic or contemporary bride on your special day. Just like with your wedding dress, you have numerous options when choosing accessories. Although this is exciting, it can also be confusing.
Saint Patrick was born Maewyn Succat in 385AD and changed his name to Patrick after he became bishop. Legend has it that, as a teenager he was kidnapped and taken to Ireland by pirates, where he had to work as a herdsman. 6 years later he managed to escape and return home to Britain.
Never mind Easter eggs, are you getting married in the spring?
This is a very special time of year to get hitched, when nature is reawakening, flowers are bursting out everywhere and everybody feels full of hope. It is the season for bridesmaids to wear pastel colours, to have marquees outside, and for everyone to wear floral-inspired jewellery.