Cheese Wedding Cakes offer a modern, delicious alternative to traditional cakes and are an eye-catching feature at your Reception.
They are practical and good value and are great for when your guests get a little peckish later in the evening! Some couples will opt for both a Cheese Wedding Cake and a traditional cake to satisfy both savoury and sweet toothed-guests! Read more →
Follow these tips for buying your summer flip-flops to avoid injury, pain and permanent damage to your feet (adapted from the American Podiatric Medical Association).
- You should not be able to bend or twist your flip-flops
- They should only bend at the toe Read more →
The perfect wedding diet isn’t just about cutting calories – it’s about attitude!
Whether planning a beach wedding, traditional wedding, exotic honeymoon or a Hen weekend, spare a thought for your feet.
Here is a suggestion for a foot care plan which can be included as part of your beauty routine:
3 Months to Go
- Visit a foot health professional for a check-up and advice on how to tackle any problems you may have Read more →
People ofter say to me that they know someone who is getting married but that they’ve already planned everything themselves. That’s great, but who’s going to look after everything for them on the wedding day? Who is going to make sure that all the details the bride has so meticulously planned are actually going to be done? Read more →
On the day of a wedding, I usually set off at around 9am with the following items loaded into my car:
• Umbrellas (hopefully not required!)
• Locking post box for cards to be collected
• Large emergency kit bag Read more →
So there I was on Thursday evening, looking forward to Friday’s Cappuccino Connections in Berkhamsted,lunch at Brent Cross with my friend Caroline followed by a lovely, relaxing weekend off when a text arrived which changed the course of the next few days…..
‘Hi Debbie I am stuck in Sharm El Sheikh due to the volcano. I have a wedding for 120 on Sat. Is there any chance you can help me out if I am not back in the UK tomorrow night. Alison xxx’ Read more →
It felt really strange not going to see the bride in the morning as I normally do, but then I had no idea who or where the bride was!
Load up the van and my car at Ali’s house then we’re on our way to Stanmore. Found the venue but no way to get in. Double yellow lines along the road, so Debs and I park round the corner and I run back to the venue to see if I could find how to get in. Ring the bell of Church House and the caretaker’s wife appears saying ‘don’t ring the bell like that’ – Oops! Read more →
4pm – grab 2 glasses of bubbly and go to wait by the entrance for the bride and groom. No idea who they are but hopefully the outfits will give me a clue!
4:10pm – car pulls up and a girl in a beautiful lacy white dress steps out – must be them then! Hand them each a glass of bubbly, point them in the direction of the garden where all the guests are and then rush to the kitchen to get the 2 home-made cup-cakes which were made for them. Read more →
When I heard about the ‘Paws for Peace’ sponsored walk, I decided it would be fun to enter. Watford Peace Hospice do a wonderful job and I was excited at the prospect of raising a bit of money for them and having a good, healthy walk at the same time. Read more →