Today’s wedding mood board is to provide a little glimpse of inspiration to those of you who are thinking of having a garden party, vintage or floral theme at your wedding. There are so many pretty pastel shades which complement each other that you really cannot go wrong by choosing to incorporate them all into your wedding.
Something weird happens to blokes when you get a group of them together for an event, such as a stag-do. It usually only takes about four beers before someone will suggest that rather than just meeting up, having a drink and a chat and then going home, that the whole thing would go better if they wore weird costumes. Stag fancy dress is one of the more extreme examples of this, with guys going to great lengths to make sure they stick out.
What if you can’t be bothered though and want a simple solution? Here are five lightning quick stag fancy dress costumes.
Granted, it might be a bit of an issue combining a group of blokes with beer and an incentive to practice amateur martial arts. But if you fancy living on the wild side, then this article shows you how to create an amazing ninja look. All you need then is a pair of black pyjamas and you’re set.
This one is actually a brilliant way of breaking the ice on a stag-do. You might get a bit of complaining from the people who have real jobs, but generally speaking you should be ok. There’s not even a stag fancy dress costume to wear. All you have to do is grow a moustache for a month before the do, then on the night you sport the most magnificent ‘tache you can muster. Bristly!
Every Monday The Wedding Community blog will now feature a wedding mood board, to help inspire you and brighten up your start to the week. We thought we would start this new feature with wedding garlands and bunting; it was the obvious choice…
The perfect way to decorate your wedding venue and outside space for spring and summer weddings is by using garlands, bunting and wreaths.
Geeks. They’re everywhere these days. There used to be a time where the only place you could find a geek was at the bottom of a climbing rope, whimpering about how they couldn’t climb because they have sensitive skin on their hands. These days you’re far more likely to find a geek in the office with the sign on the door that says, “Manager”. It’s like the Bible predicted: the geeks will inherit the earth. This explosion of geeks – or geeklosion if you prefer – has had some far-reaching effects on proposal ideas, which we think our top three nerdiest proposals proves.
#3 Top Geek Proposal Idea – Lolcats
We’ve all enjoyed playing at Lolcats, the viral phenomenon where you write a marginally amusing caption over a picture of a cat and send it to the six friends who still open your emails. But not many of us would have turned our proposal into a Lolcat. That said, not many of us are Jon and Loretta – or indeed their cat.
#2 Back To The Future Edited (Badly)
So you love a woman enough to decide that you want to propose. The real question is, how do you ask her to marry you? Traditionalists would say that you should go down on one knee. Corey Goldfeder would say that you should edit footage of yourself proposing into the classic film Back To The Future and then arrange a screening of your edited film at the local cinema. Who’s to say Corey’s not wrong?
#1 Re-write An Entire Video Game
This one has to top the charts. Not only does it include a classic SNES game (Chrono Trigger for anyone who was wondering) but this bloke wrote an entire new level which charted the course of his relationship with his girlfriend and culminated with a proposal by the end of level baddie. That’s bordering on weird, but still, y’know, lovely.
Barbecues are great fun and they bring the whole family together by their mere definition. What could be better to bring the bride and groom’s families together than a roaring barbecue feast?
You could have a barbecue for your wedding breakfast, or as an icebreaker event before the wedding. It’s a great, informal way of bringing both sides of the family together before the big event.
The Barbecue can also be a day after event. Once the happy couple have left for the honeymoon there are always some family and friends left the next day. What better way to say your farewells than at a family Barbecue.