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May: Chrysanthemum

By Equally Wed - Posted on Thursday, April 01, 2021

May: Chrysanthemum

Late autumn is an interesting time for seasonal flowers. By now, the dahlias, hydrangeas and other summer flowers have started to dwindle. But it’s still slightly too early for the tulips, sweet peas and other winter flowers to begin. May is, of course, also the month of Mothers’ Day and this brings us to the not so humble chrysanthemum.
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Wedding Flowers November is for Peonies

By Wedeqtory Directory - Posted on Friday, October 30, 2020

Wedding Flowers November is for Peonies

PEE-ony or pe-OH-ny? It really doesn’t matter, but however you choose to pronounce it, chances are you’ve heard of the peony. The lifestyle influencer of the flower world, the peony has rich-girl hair and a perfectly organised pantry, and lives in a constant state of gentle aesthetic perfection.  ..

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Considerations for Going Unplugged at your Wedding

By Wedeqtory Directory - Posted on Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Considerations for Going Unplugged at your Wedding

In today’s world it’s hard for most of us to go a few hours without checking our phones. Whilst getting that selfie or capturing the spectacular dinner you are about to consume is appropriate for your Instagram it can really get annoying and somewhat destroying at a wedding. Especially if a paid photographer is trying to capture the event. 

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Q - Z of Queer Weddings | Honouring Departed Loved Ones

By Wedeqtory Directory - Posted on Monday, October 12, 2020

Q - Z of Queer Weddings | Honouring Departed Loved Ones

Quite often weddings are sweet-sad occasions on which the absence of someone really loved is felt acutely. I have performed many weddings where a parent of either party has passed away recently or even a long time ago. Sometimes it’s doting grandparents who are missed, or a special friend. On an occasion like a wedding these loved ones are conspicuous by their absence, and it is comforting to invoke their presence with special rituals. ..

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How to Start Your Wedding Budget with these Easy Steps.

By Wedeqtory Directory - Posted on Wednesday, April 29, 2020

How to Start Your Wedding Budget with these Easy Steps.

When you start your wedding planning, the budget is often hardest thing to figure out. Whilst there are must have items, working out what exactly you can afford can be tricky. It’s highly likely that you haven’t planned a wedding before and with so many elements that are on a tight timeline it can be a daunting task. Here is our guide to working out a rough budget and by answering some of these questions you can start to define one that’s realistic for you.  ..

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