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For real footie fans - let Euro 2012 decide your wedding location!
So...you have agreed to marry but the burning question is where? Your groom (or maybe bride) wants to get married at home, but you dream of a sunny wedding abroad. If your other half is more interested in the footy than your wedding plans, why not let the Euro 2012 results guide your way to your dream wedding destination? It might lead you to a surprise location! You could agree to let the winning country be your wedding location, Spain are odds on favourites but you never know, you may end up marrying in Krackow or Prague....or maybe even England will win....now what are the chances of that?
Follow us on Twitter for our daily comments as the football progresses to see where you end up! #euro2012
Our friends Maple Leaf Weddings have joined forces with Valley Croft Retreat in Ontario, Canada, to offer you the chance to win your wedding at the venue, and including flights from London Gatwick to Toronto.
If you're looking to get married in the beautiful country of Portugal any time soon, then we've got the perfect way to spend a rainy Saturday in January - come and meet our Portugal wedding planners, Mary Me Eventos, in London, and be inspired.
Just take a look below for more information.
It all began with "I do".
Mary Me Eventos is a Wedding Planning Company born in 2013 and based in Porto.
This Company started organizing weddings in the North of Portugal and then spreaded the love through the entire country. Considered as Douro Valley and the Algarve Weddings' experts Mary Me Eventos, became a reference in Destination Weddings for foreigners and they got the award for Best Wedding Planner Company of Portugal of 2018 by Zankyou Weddings.
Their top Wedding Planners will be in London to meet their current clients and also to give the chance to other lovely couples to come and meet them.
BOOK NOW your private meeting and don´t miss this chance "Fly with us …
You’ve all heard the saying: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. But what does it really mean and where does it come from? It’s a superstition that has become tradition for most brides around the world.
Although wedding dresses are not considered to be a fashion statement, styles, fabrics and colours do change from season to season. A few years ago the trend in bridal wear was LACE, but as it is also a classically elegant look it will never date. Many of the styles available were a very sleek dress with a lace overlay, perfect for the slim figured bride. Alternatively you can keep your dress simple and decide to wear a vintage lace veil.
Every bride should wear the dress of her dreams and with careful planning will be able to. Before trying on any wedding dresses do some research into the style you think would suit you and your personality. For example The Princess Style is perfect for any bride except the very petite, turning fantasy into reality wi…