Top wedding trends for 2014
Are you getting married in the new year
? Planning your wedding is one of the most enjoyable, exciting and creative things you'll ever do, with plenty of opportunities to express yourself and create an event that really reflects you and your relationship. For inspiration, check out our guide to the top wedding trends for 2014.
On a budget? Luckily for you, DIY weddings
are big news in the new year. Save money on expensive venues and instead set up a tent in your back garden or a borrowed field. You can ask around your friends to find volunteers to provide catering and entertainment, and brew up your own cider or ale for that authentic festival feel. Don't have access to an appropriate space? Why not check out one of the many rural and woodland venues around the country for a back-to-basics wedding with a romantic feel that won't break the bank.
At the other end of the scale, hiring a boutique hotel will be a popular wedding choice in 2014. Offering a completely different experience to a wedding in a large hotel when the space is often shared with other celebrations, boutique hotel hire often involves booking out an entire property for you and your guests. Particularly good for couples who have a lot of guests coming from out of town, boutique hotel weddings have an intimate vibe that's similar to a house party but with all the details such as staff and catering taken care of. There are thousands of boutique hotels around the country, from elegant city boltholes to lavish country retreats, so you're bound to find something to suit your tastes.
Once you've chosen the perfect venue, you'll want to find your dream wedding car. For great deals
on a wide range of luxury limousines
available to hire for your special day, check out limobroker.co.uk
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