Gone are the days of cookie-cutter wedding venues. More and more couples are opting for non-traditional locations to say their vows, choosing places that reflect their personalities and interests. The options for unique and unexpected wedding venues are endless, from museums to mountain tops. And let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to get married at a zoo or treehouse? Not only do these alternative venues provide a stunning backdrop for your big day, but they also create a one-of-a-kind experience for you and your guests. So if you’re tired of the same old banquet hall or church, consider breaking tradition and choosing one of these nine stunning non-traditional wedding venues to make your big day unforgettable.Continue reading From Museums to Mountain Tops: 9 Stunning Non-Traditional Wedding Venues to Consider
Before we start, if you’re reading this article, you’re probably about to tie the knot. So, congratulations are in order! Now comes the exciting yet slightly time-consuming part of researching venues, themes, the dress, bridesmaids, guest lists, DJs (and the list goes on!). Canada offers so many amazing and unique spots to celebrate your big day; whether you’re looking for a traditional wedding in a historical venue or a more adventurous option, the country has something for everyone.Continue reading Where Are The Most Beautiful Wedding Venues in Canada?
Getting married in a church is considerably less popular than you imagine. Less than 20% of people get married in a formal religious setting. As a result, many couples are looking toward more alternative locations when choosing a wedding venue. If you’re looking for a similar traditional appeal for your wedding venue but don’t want to get married in a church, bed and breakfast might be the perfect option for you and your partner. You’ll have plenty of room for live wedding music, a place for you and your guests to stay, and a comfortable rustic atmosphere for both the ceremony and the reception.
Many beds and breakfast venues are set up with weddings in mind and offer plenty of options for making your wedding unique and unforgettable. They can typically accommodate both the ceremony and the reception in indoor and outdoor settings. You might be surprised by how many people a bed and breakfast venue can accommodate for weddings. You might also be surprised at the convenience of the food and accommodation at these venues.
If you’re looking at bed and breakfast places for your wedding day, you’ll need to book well in advance. Many of the more popular places are fully booked more than eight months in advance due to the Covid pandemic and resulting lockdowns. If you haven’t decided on what type of wedding venue will work best for you and your partner, you might want to consider these benefits of hosting your wedding at bed and breakfast.Continue reading Why A Bed And Breakfast Is The Perfect Venue For Your Wedding: Unique Wedding Inspiration
Nothing says I love you more than getting married and entering into a lifelong commitment with your partner. The most important part of the ceremony is the vows you make as a couple. It’s become quite commonplace to create and write your vows, rather than repeating the traditional church or magistrate lines that people have said for hundreds of years.
However, for many couples, this is a daunting and challenging task. What do you include? Should they be funny? Serious? Do they need to be romantic? What stories should we have, if any? There are a lot of questions that you both need to answer to get exactly what you both want out of your handwritten vows. It’s not as simple as just right something cutesy and makes a few silly promises, and then you’re done.
Writing memorable vows can be broken down into three phases: Planning, writing and editing, and practising reciting them. Without these three key stages, your vows will be lacklustre and more than likely be forgotten by the wayside.
So, why is planning your vows so important?Continue reading Write Amazing Wedding Vows That Will Make You Cry and You’ll Always Remember