What will the new year bring for you? For some, it might be a fresh start, a time to set new goals and make new plans. For others, it might be a chance to reflect on the past year and all that has happened. No matter what this New Year holds for you, we hope that it is filled with happiness, joy and love.
Keep it short – no one really wants to watch someone drag on forever; this isn’t an Oscars acceptance speech after all. Give them the cliff notes version of who you are and how much they mean to you. Show them that their support means everything, and then get out before things start getting too emotional (which is not what we want!).
Whilst I believe that every person, especially those who already got married have their own opinion on this matter, as a wedding planner (yes you can call me biased, but 10 years of hands on experience has only made my opinion firmer) I feel that couples should not put the 2 job descriptions at par but evaluate what each job entails before taking such decision which could make or break their wedding altogether.
Elopements are a great way to get married without all the stress of planning a large wedding. If this sounds like something you’ve been considering for yourself or someone special in your life, be sure to reach out so we can chat about what would make sense given the unique situation. Elopements in Malta are becoming more popular and they can be just what you are looking for.
We are so grateful to have been awarded with this prestigious accolade. It is a testament to the dedication and hard work of our team, who strive every day to ensure that Wed In Malta remains at the forefront of its field in luxury wedding services.
The decision to get married abroad came after discovering Malta was one of their top vacation spots. “I think it made sense for us because we both love traveling so much,” shared Laura on why they chose to marry in Malta.
Will the Covid ordeal be a thing of the past? With every wedding, it seems like there has been an extra sparkle that made my day. The smiles on everyone’s faces were contagious and I felt honored to be part in their special occasion!
Malta and Gozo have been waiting for this day for quite a few weeks now. The tourist season is officially open and Malta’s airport can get busier with multiple flights from all-over Europe welcome their first passengers coming here on holiday.
Following the sad news that Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh has passed away at the age of 99 this week we couldn’t help but remember his life and his fondness for Malta which he shared together with the Her Majesty the Queen, who also held the title Queen of Malta from 1964 to 1974. They had a soft spot for all things Maltese since they lived here for two years from 1949 to 1951.
When planning a wedding there are a lot of things which are beyond the your control. The weather for instance, mother nature could play tricks even in the middle of the summer season, when Malta’s afternoons could be unbearably hot..yes we do get the odd “refreshing” showers every once in a while…The photographer coming down with the flu right on your wedding day or any other vendor for that matter.