Guess who’s back?!

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Let’s address the elephant in the room – it’s been a while since I last posted a blog.

Life got…well, flipped upside down is the best way to put it and I wasn’t interested in blogging, just surviving.

BUT I am back with a new fire in my belly and what better way to start writing about love again than on Valentine’s Day!

Getting married on Valentine’s Day:

Valentine’s Day is often associated with love, romance, and of course, weddings. For some couples, getting married on Valentine’s Day can be the ultimate declaration of their love for one another.

The idea of getting married on Valentine’s Day is not a new concept, but it has become increasingly popular in recent years. It is a day when couples can express their love for one another in a way that is both personal and special

Did you know that one of the benefits of having a Valentine’s Day wedding is that it can be a great way to save money? Many wedding venues and vendors offer discounts for weddings that are held on weekdays or during the off-season, which often includes Valentine’s Day. This can be a great way for couples to save money on their wedding without sacrificing the quality of their big day.

In terms of the theme of the wedding, a Valentine’s Day wedding provides the perfect opportunity to incorporate a romantic and love-filled atmosphere. Red and pink flowers, heart-shaped decorations, and other Valentine’s Day themed items can all be used to create a beautiful and romantic setting.

Another benefit of having a Valentine’s Day wedding is that it can be a great way to ensure that your anniversary is always remembered. With Valentine’s Day being such a memorable day, couples who get married on this day are more likely to celebrate their anniversary in a special way each year.

While there are many benefits to having a Valentine’s Day wedding, there are also a few potential drawbacks to consider. For one, some wedding vendors may be unavailable or more expensive on Valentine’s Day, so couples may need to do some extra research to find the right vendors at the right price.

Additionally, having a Valentine’s Day wedding may limit the number of guests who are able to attend. Many people may already have plans for Valentine’s Day, or may not want to travel if it is mid week.

But if this sounds like a good idea to you, you’ve got exactly 12 months to organise your dream wedding….oh and if you need a celebrant, I might know one.

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