Are you planning to say ” I do”?
Have you been planning the big day for what feels like an eternity? And did you happen to set the date for the month of May 2018? If so, you might be feeling like your plans have been “royally” disrupted by the announcement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming nuptials, which has been speculated for either Saturday, 19th May or Saturday, 26 May 2018, kicking off the bank holiday weekend. Do not fear, Valentine Weddings UK is here with a full planning package to fit around your needs, dreams, and even your anxieties.
Many people dream of being a prince or princess on their big day, or at least being treated like one. But knowing that a real life prince and soon-to-be princess are getting married on the same weekend, might feel like your style is being cramped. Yes, the country loves a Royal Wedding, but the country also loves an extra day off, and your friends and family will likely love the bank holiday weekend even more when they watch two people they care for, tie the knot.
If you’ve done your research, you’ll already know that getting married on a bank holiday comes with its own trials, with or without a Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding, including price hikes depending on the day you get married (Sunday is always cheaper than Saturday). Additionally, a bank holiday wedding could clash with longstanding plans guests have made well in advance, and could be costly for family or friends travelling long distance who need to book hotels (price hikes for hotel stays on bank holiday weekends are standard).
Nevertheless, your big day should work best for you and your loved ones, and the bank holiday weekend should be no exception. Valentine Weddings UK can help you with a luxury wedding that is also a cost effective wedding. Want help getting creative? Setting a realistic budget? Liaising with vendors to get the best deals that still meet your needs? Or do you want to avoid all the bank holiday hoopla and have a wedding in another country? Valentine Weddings UK can sort that for you too.
A destination wedding might appear on the surface more expensive, but often budgeted packages are attached to these kinds of weddings, and as mentioned on Bridebox.com, there are as many pros as there are cons. However, this option can also turn out to be simple and easy.
Still, if you want to stay closer to home and don’t have the funds to rival the vastness of a royal wedding (who among us does!), there are still numerous ways to make your big day unique and special to you as a couple. Whether that be unconventional wedding day outfits, personalised cocktails or even unusual place settings, the most important part of the day is that the happy couple, is happy.
So if you’re getting married in 2018, Valentine Wedding UK is here to help you plan an unforgettable day, one that will be as memorable as a royal wedding.