Category Archives: Wedding Thoughts

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A Gift of Vows

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I recently had the pleasure of working with Christine from Hopsack & Olive on creating a 6th wedding anniversary gift for my husband. Hopsack & Olive create gorgeous personalised canvas prints for special occasions. I was able to send her our vows, our wedding date and venue and she worked with me to create a beautiful bespoke mounted print for me to frame. It’s been a while since I revisted … Continue reading

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Get Personal

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No matter what the wedding budget, the recurring theme for a lot of the couples I meet is the desire to incorporate lots of personal touches into their wedding day. I absolutely love the idea of giving guests a personal message inside of, or as part of, their place card/escort card. It can make guests really feel thought of by the couple and even more welcomed as an individual on … Continue reading

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“Why did you choose the name Roseberry Weddings?”

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I am often asked “Why did you choose the name Roseberry Weddings?” So I thought I would explain the answer on here. For a few years while still working in financial markets, I dreamt of running my own wedding planning business. It started out as a dream but soon grew into a solid goal that I so badly wanted to turn into a reality. As time went on, my heart … Continue reading

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In the Press – UKAWP Member Focus

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Today I am very pleased that Roseberry Weddings has been featured by the UK Alliance of Wedding Planners as part of their Member Focus. To read the interview, head on over to their blog here. The UKAWP was founded in order to promote professionalism within the wedding planning industry and I am very proud to be a member alongside some fantastic peers.

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Linen & Silk Weddings Interviews Kim Price

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Elisabetta from the lovely Linen & Silk Weddings Blog recently got in touch and asked if I would be interested in being interviewed. It was a pleasure to share some thoughts on the use of wedding planners in the UK. Head over to Linen & Silk Weddings to read the full interview here!

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Wedding Fragrances: For Your Wedding Day & Beyond

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My husband and I celebrated our 5 year wedding anniversary this weekend and what gorgeous weather in London for us to spend celebrating! We spent the day visiting our venue Syon Park, watching in amazement as our 21 month old son happily ran around where we had one of the best days of our lives. One day I’ll blog the wedding but for now I wanted to share something that … Continue reading

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The Receiving Line: What to Consider

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Traditionally, a receiving line provides the bride, groom and wedding hosts with an opportunity to personally greet and thank each of their guests for coming to the wedding. More often than not, couples are now taking tradition and adapting it to suit what they want for their wedding, and what they feel their guests would appreciate. This often means the receiving line no longer makes an appearance. Some couples feel … Continue reading

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A Treat for Your Guests

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London is without a doubt a melting pot of cultures and nationalities. Working in and around the capital has meant that quite often at least one person in the couples I meet comes from abroad. When meeting with these couples, the reccurring sentiment is how grateful they are that their guests will be going to such great efforts of time and expense to join them for their wedding. Being American-Filipino … Continue reading

Roseberry Weddings Blog Debut

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This post marks the start of the long overdue Roseberry Weddings Blog! Here’s sending out a very warm welcome and ‘hello!” to my lovely readers. I hope that this blog will allow us to get to know each other more by sharing thoughts & ideas on all things wedding. Please bear with me as I find my feet. I hope to get a feel for what types of posts will … Continue reading