Even though many couples around the globe had to kiss goodbye their wedding this year and make arrangements to postpone to another date, wedding trends kept going strong just like nothing ever happened.
We are nothing but proud to have been led so well and have listened to all the measured put in place during the outbreak which has now landed us the first place on the list of safest countries in Europe, to date having only 5 active cases and with a 4 day consecutive zero new cases pushing down the R factor close to a zero.
When you’re planning a wedding you’re always thinking of the best outcomes, a happy place where only good things come to mind. Certainly having a world pandemic is the last thing one wishes to be facing during this time.
African weddings are becoming the more popular and Wed in Malta has landed quite a number of African weddings to date. We are proud to have experienced quite a few African traditions which vary a lot within the same continent.
This time Acquisition International has awarded us the prestigious title of Wedding Planning Agency of the Year 2020 – Malta in their 7th award addition. We work hard to keep our standards when it comes to destination wedding planning, and our main goal is always that to make our couple’s dream wedding come true.
The spirit behind Valentine’s day is beautiful, so are all the messages, posts, red fonts and all that comes with it. I am guilty as charged, as i find myself making an extra effort to say something on this day. Nothing wrong with that right? NO, but shouldn’t it be like this every day i find myself asking? absolutely!
Despite Brexit and all that is has brought with it, including the extra paperwork required for those couples who are choosing a destination wedding, Malta has been somewhat forgiving and has just passed a memo to waive the apostille on all the documents required for 2020 starting the new procedure of legalising documents with the apostille as of January 2021.
2019 has brought another set of successful weddings and events, a bunch of challenges and with that new learning curves resulting in a whole load of new tools to work with in the coming years. We met new people, have been blessed with new friends along the way, we have come across new and exciting opportunities and have nothing but appreciation for what this year has been for Wed in Malta.
It’s a generally accepted fact – wedding planning could be daunting for many couples who decide to take the ride alone. With an unending rundown of choices to be made, from the stylistic layout, to the dress to the food, and everything in between, the pressure can heap on at extremely quick speeds.
Along the years many couples have expressed their wish to opt for a symbolic ceremony for their destination wedding, instead of the more traditional religious or legally binding ceremony, more known as a civil wedding.