Monthly Archives: September 2010

 
 

Songs for your Wedding Wish Lanterns

On your special day, there’s nothing quite like knowing that as the celebrations draw to a close, a wonderful release of wedding wish lanterns will be on show for everyone to see and marvel at. For an extra special display, some may prefer to have dramatic, or romantic, music playing, to really get everyone in [...]
 
 

The Perfect Honeymoon Destination and your Wedding Wish Lanterns

After the Wedding Wish Lanterns have been released and everyone heads home the bride and groom take on the road or in many cases the air, to their special honeymoon destination. Though the honeymoon destinations are all a matter of the new families taste, there are several great destinations which will not only offer a [...]
 
 

Commonwealth Games puts Weddings on Hold

This October will be a big time for Delhi, for its residents and officials of the Sports Authority of India, as the capital gears up to host the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Up until this point, it seems that there have been various organisational headaches for everyone, including effects of a city-wide beautification drive, meaning large [...]
 
 

Wedding Customs: Bolivia

We have sadly come to the end of our little wedding wish lanterns blog series, in which we’ve been discovering all sorts about wedding traditions from around the world. To finish off, we wanted to explore a country in South America, so we travel to Bolivia this week, to see what we can see… - [...]
 
 

Wedding Customs: Laos

For our most recent blog series, in which we discover various wedding traditions from around the world, we move now to South East Asia, and the tiny country of Laos- a place of quiet serenity and unspoilt landscapes, to see how couples celebrate their special day: - The wedding ceremony itself takes place at the [...]
 
 

Wedding Customs: Turkey

Following last week’s wedding wish lanterns blog detailing some of the wedding customs that have been, and still are, observed across Britain, we travel towards Eastern Europe/Asia, to a country that lies across two continents, to discover some of their own marriage traditions. Turkey, being a mix of many cultures, has some fascinating ceremonial events, [...]