Do you feel as though you can’t get started, or do any wedding planning whilst you’re stuck at home?

Actually, especially if you’re fairly newly engaged, I’d argue there’s quite a lot you can be doing whilst you have a bit of time, so you’re ready to hit the ground running once you can physically visit venues and suppliers.

You can begin by really working out, and visualising, how you want your wedding to be in terms of size, style and overall feel.

You can also spend some time working out what your budget will be and which parts of your wedding are most important to you, as this is where you’ll want to allocate your main funds.

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With these two in place, researching and shortlisting venues and key suppliers becomes easier, as you can discount any which don’t meet your style and budget and concentrate on the websites and online Terms and Conditions of those which do.

You can also get in touch with venues and suppliers to establish their availability around the time you plan to marry and to ask questions you cannot find answers to online.

However, I’m a firm believer that wedding planning isn’t a solo sport. Indeed I always recommend that brides pull together a small team to help with the planning. 

But I appreciate this is hard right now, so I’ve decided to host a free, online week of planning events to get you kick started, or reinvigorated, with your planning, along with lots of other brides in the same boat!


There will be lots useful tools to download for free, oodles to opportunities to ask me anything you need to and a chance to let your hair down and have some fun.

The events will run throughout the week of 11-15 May.

I’ll be announcing the details next Monday, but you can get on the waitlist right now and make sure you’re first to hear all about all the various events.

Feel free to share with your engaged friends.

I can’t wait to meet you, answer your questions and have a fun time together!

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