In the forthcoming years, whether local or a destination one, weddings take on a special meaning on the value of thankfulness. It is a good moment to stop and reflect on the sacrifices of many these past 12 months, on the good health and safety of our loved ones, and the opportunity to finally be able to celebrate. Subtle acts of gratitude are incorporated in thank you notes, be it on place setting biscuits and beautifully decorated notes or a memorable souvenir.
2020 came with its fair share of surprises. At the turn of this next decade, no one could have forethought that things as we knew them would have to drastically change. Most events have had to be at the mercy of last-minute decisions, attendee cuts, and stricter health and safety regulations. It almost comes as a given that the hottest trends that rolled around at the end of 2019 came as a prevision of what was to come.
All in all it is a unique addition to the list of conventional vendors at your wedding. It adds a small element of sophistication while maintaining a fun and light-hearted vibe in the venue and allows the couple to directly transport something that has been made during their special day back into their home.
The prospect of spending a lovely honeymoon in Malta after bringing your wedding here. Malta is the sunniest country in Europe. It may drizzle occasionally but you might find yourself exploring the many natural and heritage sights of the island without the need for a winter jacket. The crowds of tourists would have long dissipated before the final months of the year and you can enjoy the accommodations, sights and travel packages at a more affordable price.
If you and your partner love wine and nature in general, a vineyard might be a great choice for the perfect venue that screams YOU! The scenic features found at most vineyards can help inform and inspire the general design of your wedding backdrop. If you’re thinking about tying the knot at a vineyard, here’s what we want you to know.
It is a known fact that weddings around winter are not as popular as those in spring and summer, however there is an evident pick in weddings happening in the month of December, and this is manly because there are many Christmas fans out there. There is nothing quite as magical as Christmas, from holiday music to darker florals, these seasonal details do add that charm and warmth to even the crispiest of days (only a handful of those in Malta)
The couple got in touch with us a while ago and like many couples had everything set for a spring wedding last May on the beautiful island of Gozo. Nothing would have prepared them for what was to hit the world, and in their world this year was all about their destination wedding. With all the plans up in smoke, airports closed and a global pandemic, they decided to give May a miss and head towards a more reasonable, yet a still questionable October, hoping this would be more plausible.
With the first wave behind us, we have been blessed with a few troopers who have braved it and at all cost decided to tie the knot in Malta. The general feel of all these couples has been so overwhelming, in all the positive ways. “we can’t thank you enough, this has been amazing” Sian and Richard quoted after their wedding last week.
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.