For the second year in a row Wed in Malta managed to keep it’s top ranking position and win the prestigious title “Service Excellent Award” given by the Luxury Travel Guide London.
Our Norwegian couple have chosen Malta to tie the knot last Saturday on a hot summer afternoon surrounded by their loved ones. A legally binding civil ceremony took place on one of Malta’s prominent resorts enjoying a stunning sea view which embellished the backdrop for this special occasion.
The wedding Journal show runs in both Dublin and Belfast and this year we are proud to be participating with our own little stand at the Belfast show on both the 2nd and 3rd February in the aisle dedicated solely to destination weddings where we will be putting Malta on the map, offering so much more to couples than just a sea view wedding venue.
Christmas is a great time for reflection, and for remembering what we have achieved throughout the year. Wed in Malta has experienced an extraordinary 2017, filled with emotions, tremendous pride, and most importantly some truly magical wedding days.
With all the lovely video trends zooming around social media nowadays, is making it increasingly important to have a videographer shoot the best moments from your wedding day, to last you literally a lifetime….
Some people dismiss the fact that our summer month can be very hot. This year in particular has been one of the hottest I can remember, making it unbearable to stay outdoors at any time, especially during the day.
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.
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.
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.