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Event planning

  • How to plan a post lockdown wedding ?

    Planning a wedding is always stressful but this year it seems that all the bridal nightmares all came true with the pandemic and wedding season being practically cancelled. People are still getting married but it’s definitely not as joyous and grand as we are used to. I can imagine going ahead with the wedding this summer feels quite nerve wracking and filled with doubt. It seems that the pandemic wedding rules ( read about them here) make it impossible to have fun at a wedding.

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  • Shops provide queuing customers with umbrellas

    As the lockdown eases up, we find ourselves following rules we never imagined just a few months ago. Constant hand sanitising, not being able to hug your friends and queuing to enter a shop, to name a few.

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  • How to plan your wedding in lockdown?

    Planning a wedding is one of the most stressful things people go through. Yet this year some future brides have to continue planning among a world pandemic. Coronavirus turns our world upside down and things we took for granted suddenly feel so important. Planning a wedding in this situation can be harder, especially if your wedding is scheduled for this summer. But if you are just at the beginning of your planning, you can use the situation to your advantage. Here’s how:

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  • Final To-do's Before your Wedding Day

    Planning a wedding is stressful! After months of organising, when your wedding date is a week away, the stress and excitement reach its highest level. So what are the last steps of your wedding preparations? There’s a lot of them but we prepared a list of ones that are often forgotten or left for the last minute. 

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  • Why Holiday Season is Engagement Season

    Every year around Thanksgiving and Christmas we start hearing about friends and acquaintances getting engaged. Photos of rings start flooding our Facebook and Instagram feed. Most common reaction to this is happiness followed by envy if you wish it was your turn next. This phenomenon usually lasts from late November until Valentine's day and is commonly known as the engagement season. Of course people get engaged all the time, on their vacation, birthdays or anniversaries but it seems that the holiday season is preferred by many.

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  • Clear Wedding Umbrellas Trend of 2019

    No bride wants rain on their wedding day but if you’re unlucky with the weather clear wedding umbrellas are a trendy, as well as a necessary accessory. The Internet is full of wonderful photos of a wedding party holding clear wedding umbrellas or joyously throwing them into the air. Check out our Pinterest to see them all. We also often post photos of them on our Instagram since they’re so popular and almost all rainy wedding photos feature clear wedding umbrellas these days - it must be a trend!

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  • 5 Most Common Event Planner Mistakes

    Event planning can be an exciting job but if you do it for life, you may find that from time to time things don't go according to plan and all because of your own mistake. This usually happens to the less experienced employees but the main thing to take from any mistakes is to learn from them!

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  • 6 Ways to Decorate with Cheap Umbrellas

    As a cheap umbrella seller, we’re always curious what our customers are planning to do with our bulk umbrellas. Sometimes they’re used in a regular way as a rain protection but sometimes they’re a part of a bigger project. Umbrella street installations have been popular for last couple of years and we’re always excited to see our cheap umbrellas hang up in the sky. See below other things that you can create with cheap umbrellas:

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  • Planning for a Heatwave Wedding

    If you ask a bride what’s the worst weather that can happen on her wedding day, the usual answer you’ll get is rain. Everyone wishes for a sunny day and warm temperature but what if you get too much of the good thing? What if your wedding happens during a heatwave? High temperatures and lack of shade can be as inconvenient as rain and means you might want to use your rain plan B to help your guests find comfort in the sun.

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  • How to Plan an Outdoor Event in Summer

    It’s summer and planning an outdoor event is tempting to say the least. In some situations expected! We all love a BBQ focused event and a beer garden party as well as food and music festivals, which are a cultural staples here in the UK. But what are the steps you should take to ensure your outdoor event is successful and not stopped in its tracks by the uncertain British weather? 

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