B is for Bridezilla

My engagement ring is fresh on my finger however, as a wedding and event planner I have a hectic work schedule, which sometimes takes me overseas. This means I will be out of action during wedding and event seasons. I need to get a head start on planning prep, step in, super insane stress levels.…

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Surprise in the Cotswolds

Last week I was whisked away for what I thought was my 30th birthday surprise. However, it turned into something even more special; I left with a boyfriend but returned with a fiancé. I wanted to share with you a little snippet of my weekend away in the beautiful Cotswolds, one of the most magical parts…

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BomBom Morocco

As a child, one thing I always hated was the fact I could never find anything with my name on it. Headbands with glitter glue names, mugs, coasters, keyrings. If I wanted anything personalised, I had to get it made bespoke. I love the fact that the world has gone mad for personalisation. When I…

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48 Hours in Venice

Venice has always sat at the top of my bucket list! Italy is my favourite place in the world (not only because they do the best latte macchiato), each time I visit, I fall deeper in love with the people, culture and beauty of this magical country. I am incredibly lucky that my job as…

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P’URE Papaya

As much as I hate to admit it, the older I get, the more issues and problems I am having with my skin. I had previously been very lucky, suffering with only the usual monthly outbreaks, and the occasional dermatitis, caused by using over perfumed or household cleaning products. I was usually able to use…

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Wine through the Letterbox

Nothing pleases me more than receiving treats through the letterbox. I am big fan of Letterbox Gifts, they are usually my go-to present option when sending gifts. The main reason I choose to send Letterbox Gifts these days is mainly down to the delivery. You don’t have to check that the recipient is going to…

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Meals on Wheels – Street Food Style

When it comes to wedding and event catering, street food is still one of the most popular choices. These days there are a large variety of quirky and innovative cuisine concepts, from pizza through to Japanese gyoza dumplings (my personal favourite), all served from converted trucks and vans. I have listed some great UK mobile…

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Honeymoon Destinations – Long haul luxury

Image Source: MayaMoka The wedding planning is over, it’s time to relax, unwind and enjoy a romantic getaway in an exotic location. If you want to experience beautiful beaches, stunning sunsets, luxurious resorts and breathtaking panoramic views, I have put together a list of ultra-luxurious resorts and hotels, perfect for a stress-free getaway. Soneva Fushi -…

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Royal Wedding : Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

It is estimated that more than two billion people worldwide, tuned in to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exchange their wedding vows. Although Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011 attracted a higher viewing, there was no denying a certain elevated buzz, as we watched our charismatic and charming Prince, marry the smart, savvy…

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The Berkeley Royal Wedding

Wedding planning is hard work! One of the perks of the job is that every so often we are invited to networking events and dinners. We emerge from the depths of our office, leaving the schedules, time-sheets and mass paperwork behind and mingle with others of our kind. Venue launches, catering showcases and exhibition openings…

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