Tag: wedding planning
The word ‘theme’ conjures up horror for many brides to be. However a theme doesn’t have to be tacky fancy dress or garish rainbow colours
At 88 Events, we’re already busy working on proposals for weddings taking place in Summer 2012. Some of these proposals will almost certainly include ideas for having an outdoor wedding ceremony. Anyway, we’ve been asked by a client to put down the pros and cons of her having an outdoor wedding ceremony next year. This, combined with the beautiful weather, outside makes it the perfect opportunity to share them with you.
Well it has finally arrived! The wedding of the century (so far!) will be over in a few short hours. Months and months of build up and then before you can say Camilla Parker Bowles, it’s over in a flash.
Anya & Adam wanted to create a classic wedding ceremony at Eastwood House Glasgow, then a stylish wedding breakfast & party to end all parties at Hotel Du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens.
This is a picture taken from Maltings floor in the world famous Balvenie distillery in Dufftown, Banffshire. Its in this room where four men on different shifts tend the Malting Floor, turning the barley to ensure even germination – one of the key stages involved in producing the multi award winning Balvenie Single Malt.
Laura and Tim were determined to have a wedding that was different and through a combination of endless telephone conversations, email and a couple of face-to-face visits, they eventually realized their own unique wedding vision.
Fiona & Nathan wanted a wonderful winter wedding in the Scottish Highlands, where friends and family from around the globe could gather to celebrate their wedding and enjoy the beauty of the Scottish countryside…