Welcome newlyweds and farewell to 2016
Can you believe it’s Christmas Eve already? I hope that you’ve had a year full of love and laughter. Looking back my year has been full of ups and many downs – aren’t they always? But my best bit of 2016 was going to London for the Wedding Blog Awards with Samantha. My visit to the Shropshire Petals flower fields was also pretty special.
While we’re all busy enjoying the festive period I wanted to have a little welcome sitting here to anyone popping by. So here’s a little round-up of recent features you might like, plus what’s to come in the New Year. If you’re newly engaged then do take a look around.
Be sure to check back on January 1st for a fab guided tour of our eco wedding directory and blog.
You might like…Ethical rings
As it’s the busiest time of the year to get engaged we did a round-up of our favourite ethical engagement rings. Our 16 beautiful ethical engagement rings feature might give you a starting place if you’re looking for an engagement or wedding ring.
You might like…Spring woodland wedding
Not to be missed is our last Real Wedding of 2016 and what a stunner it was. Already a favourite among the TNWC team, Chloe and Sam’s modern spring woodland wedding is truly exquisite. Bride Chloe described it as bursting with “wood, metal, delicate gold dipped feathers, metres of green garlands and beautiful white spring flowers in little glass inkwells.”
You might like…Winter wedding flowers
Planning a winter wedding? Then our Why you should choose seasonal blooms for your winter wedding is an absolute must read. It’s not recent, but it’s full of ideas that we will inspire you to stick to seasonal wedding flowers.
Coming soon…Guided tour of our website
We’ll be back on January 1st with a fab guided tour of our eco wedding directory and blog. If you’ve just stumbled across us the guide will ensure you make the most of what we offer. You’ll learn where to find the latest offers, save favourites, and much more.
Coming soon…Woodland wedding inspiration shoot
Coming soon…Alternative wedding planning guide
Finally, we’ve been bust putting together our Alternative Wedding Planning Guide, which will be featured on January 3rd. Both Samantha and I have both felt overwhelmed by the many guides you’ll find in a Pinterest search. They inspired us to create our own version, which we’d like to think is a bit different from the usual advice.
So from Samantha and myself, wishing you a very Merry Christmas and we’ll see you in the New Year.
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