There are many legends written about St Valentine, according to one of them. It was written that in the 3rd Century Valentine was a priest who was there while the Emperor Claudius II was in power. Claudius thought that soldiers performed better when they were single and so he decided to ban marriage for young men.
Getting married in winter 2016?
Even when not getting hitched, we all need some sparkle at this time of year. January and February- months known as ‘deep winter’, often feel pretty gloomy. February nonetheless can be a romantic month, with the advent of Valentine’s Day, which puts many people in an amorous mood.
Planning to get married in spring? Now Christmas is over, it’s likely you’re making those final purchases for the big day.
As a time of renewal and rejuvenation, spring is a beautiful season in which to get married. During this season you can really get creative with flowers and decorations.
Why did they bring Gold, Frankincense & Myrrh?
Christmas is the time of year where we love to celebrate with our loved ones. It originated from the Nativity Story which was about the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God .
Gifts are often given during Christmas and here is where the tradition came from
Tis the season to be jolly…yes, it’s already that time of year again.
Everybody’s already opened (at least) the second flap on their advent calendar, and the shops are filled with Christmas puddings and chocolate, with songs like ‘Fairy tale of New York’ playing on repeat.
Is Christmas going to be extra special for you in 2015?
Is Christmas 2015 the season you tie the knot?
With the season of goodwill approaching, everyone is already is celebration-mode, so it’s often a great time to enjoy your nuptials. Although summer events may be easier to orchestrate, winter weddings can be even more magical. Because evenings are darker, the stage is set for a truly romantic, candlelit venue.
The cosy atmosphere of a December wedding is sheer magic for many people. What’s better than a low-lit venue, decorated with stars and scented with mulled wine, with the bride wearing an ermine fringed wedding dress?
Autumn weddings can be truly magical. From candle-lit venues to autumnal colours for your bouquet, it’s an exciting time of year to get hitched. Unsurprisingly September and October are actually two of the most popular months for weddings.
Jewellery is how we make an outfit our own. It has the power to be that little thing that makes you feel unique. Necklaces, bracelets and earrings complete an outfit, whether it’s a long flowing bridal gown or prom dress. They therefore make wonderfully personal gifts for any woman.