If you thought finding the perfect wedding dress was hard work, just wait until it comes to finding bridesmaid dresses that fit your colour scheme, work for the season of your wedding AND that your bridesmaids love.
We’ve pulled together our top tips to make finding the perfect wedding dress an easy (and fun!) experience.
Planning a wedding is not just about organising the necessary formalities, it’s about identifying and sourcing the perfect luxurious finishing details. It’s the added touches that give your guests an elevated experience to that of a typical wedding, or event - a big day that they will remember & love forever.
So you’re off on your hen do with your bridal party. Need to break the ice? Want to know the best hen party games for your wild night in or pre-party party? We’ve put a list together of the most entertaining hen party games that you can all enjoy.
You may have noticed here at The Kent Wedding Centre, we like to take the finest minds in wedding design and put them together in order to give you the most unique big day possible. So we thought we would brainstorm some of our favourite wedding ideas for 2019 with our many suppliers & services at the centre - to make sure you are ahead of the wedding game for your wedding day next year and beyond.
Your wedding day is one of the most memorable of your life, but it can also be stressful. You want everyone to have a good time and you want things to run smoothly. Orchestrating the details to make that happen can be challenging. That's where a day-of wedding coordinator comes into play. We speak to the experts, Caro Events on why you should consider this service for your wedding day.
We are having a Free Open Day next Sunday 28th October at The Kent Wedding Centre! Discover everything you need to know about what we do and who will be here to make your big day dreams come true. From wedding cakes to photographers and florists there isn't anything you can't find for your big day right here!
Wedding planning is a job designed to be done by two. While lots of grooms are eager to be hands-on, many brides can find it hard to let go and share the load. Then there are the grooms who are less interested in all the details and happy to let their partner take on all the work. But (in a straight couple) brides don't, and shouldn't, have to do it all. Whatever kind of couple you are and roles you take, a wedding is about two people coming together, so it's important that both of you are involved from beginning.