We have had our summer weddings and I hope everyone enjoyed every minute. It's very Autumnal now & the nights are getting darker.
I'm working away on ideas for dresses, two pieces, embroidery, headpieces, veils and photos of all the ideas to show you and keep you up to date. As well as all of that I keep in contact with other designers and hear their latest thoughts and ideas. More & more of you shop online.
Something that has been troubling us over recent months has been the rise of wedding scammers. With many of you turning to online forums to find your wedding suppliers we implore you to do the necessary checks to ensure the people you are speaking to are credible and trustworthy.
It seems everyone wants your business and whilst they may be extremely good with an array of fabulous images and testimonials please investigate further before handing over your hard-earned pennies. This is your special day and we would hate it to be ruined by a less than a scrupulous supplier. The industry is full of fabulous suppliers all wanting the best for you, don't let the less than moral ones take you for a ride.
If you are in any doubt, speak to previous couples who have booked them, check their reviews, due diligence to ensure your perfect day is just that!
One poor bride collected her dress from a shop and never thought to check inside the bag as she presumed it would be perfect. She got home to find a yellow mark across it and then the shop didn't want to know anything nor help her sort the matter. She ended up buying another dress just in time for her wedding day. Please please girls use all your senses when it comes to things to do with your wedding. Not everyone is as trustworthy as you and me.
Enjoy every second of planning and having your Big Day.