Traditionally we all associate saying ‘yes’ with happiness, joy, and the illusion of a stress free lead up to the wedding of our dreams.
As the weather gets warmer, days grow longer and nights get balmy, making it perfect for outdoor weddings. Malta has many venues that offer great outdoor spaces for entertaining. Today I want to focus on a romantic, floaty draped décor. I have always had a love for tents, draped materials over frames to give an open tented canopy feel.
And so we are nearly there, all set and sorted, wedding planner is looking after everything and we have twenty four hours to go. How do we spend it? What shall we do? Well here are a few suggestions for do’s and don’ts for that day.
While brainstorming for ideas about topics to write about we thought about a series of blogs about locations and venues with a difference. The first location in the series is Marsalforn Gozo where the saltpans are located.
Museums and historical locations have become quite popular as venues for weddings as couples look for places with soul. The Malta Post museum is quirky and unique, set on four floors it maintains the original structure and outlay of a period city home.
Symbolic ceremonies are not legally binding in themselves but they are a way of expressing, your feelings and commitment in a truly personalised way, in any setting you may wish to choose. You may choose to write your vows to each other, or have a favourite poem read.
As you may be aware the casefiles for the shortlisted nominees were submitted to the judging panel last week for the 2017 Wedding & Honeymoon Specialist awards, and they have now made their decisions.
If music be the food of love play on…………………….
The Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night tries to ‘over feed’ himself with love in the form of music, but unlike food it did not make him sick, instead it left him deeper in love.