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YOU THIS VALENTINE’S DAY – from just £61 Per Person, Per
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Valentine’s Day, The Hotel @
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throughout February, which includes one
night’s accommodation, a box of
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matter, the museum is revered by critics, holding a large archive of art,
photography, clothing and historical objects. Situated in the
heart of Manhattan, just minutes from Broadway and many central restaurantsThe Hotel @ Times Square is
a chic and cheap hotel perfect for couples. What’s more, it offers complimentary
Congratulations, you are engaged! Yay, you have the perfect ring on and it is time to pay attention to all those wonderful photos that keep jumping at you on Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Before you know it, you are browsing all things wedding when you wake up, on your break at work, on your way home, and discussing your perfect day with your fiancée while cooking dinner, during dinner and of course after watching your favourite TV programme. It is now official, you are planning the wedding of the century!
2. The mission
Yes, you are now on a mission. You have spent hours, if not weeks, looking at perfect wedding photos and room designs online. You know what you want!
What becomes clear very quickly – this is going to be time consuming and very expensive. What becomes clear after that – this is going to be potentially a stressful journey.
And if you were okay until now – wait until you start confirming your guests’ attendance and trying to do a seating …
You’ve all heard the saying: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. But what does it really mean and where does it come from? It’s a superstition that has become tradition for most brides around the world.
Although wedding dresses are not considered to be a fashion statement, styles, fabrics and colours do change from season to season. A few years ago the trend in bridal wear was LACE, but as it is also a classically elegant look it will never date. Many of the styles available were a very sleek dress with a lace overlay, perfect for the slim figured bride. Alternatively you can keep your dress simple and decide to wear a vintage lace veil.
Every bride should wear the dress of her dreams and with careful planning will be able to. Before trying on any wedding dresses do some research into the style you think would suit you and your personality. For example The Princess Style is perfect for any bride except the very petite, turning fantasy into reality wi…