Ideas & Inspirations
Amy has been looking at the current guidelines for each alert level in Wales and what that means for weddings in the near future.
The vibe for 2021 was always going to have a bit of go big or go home sense after 2020 but the trends for 2021 are extravagance, luxury, sustainability and above all else love. Read on to find out what you can expect from the wedding industry in 2021.
Christmas is a time to sparkle and a festive wedding can be a lovely additional celebration at such a happy time of year. Couples who love Christmas should really consider festive weddings as you can incorporate all the things you love about Christmas into your wedding day, from mistletoe to mulled wine.
Masks have now become mandatory in the UK since September for indoor public places and this includes wedding venues. Amy has looked at the best masks for your big day and even ways to incorporate them into your wedding.
Our event operations executive, Amy has been working hard behind the scenes to create a new concept at Lysaght. After two successful virtual events during lock down she has now taken on the task of bringing a live stream of music from local artists from Lysaght
Our events operations executive, Amy, has been so excited to share her ideas for small weddings and what to expect from a wedding at Lysaght. The current situation means that weddings can be held for no more than 30 people in Wales, and while many couples look at that tiny number and are disappointed Amy wants to turn this around and get couples excited about their small weddings, after all love will always win.
With so many brides asking "What do I wear now my plans have changed?" Amy has investigated the best wedding day styles for those smaller ceremonies that are taking place across the UK.
Our Events Operations Executive, Amy has been looking at festival weddings. Expect mud, bell tents and hay bales as Amy introduces the festival wedding to you. Couples looking for a more relaxed occasion are using music as the heart of their day. Celebrities such as Kate Moss, Lilly Allen and Jade Jagger led the way back in 2011 with these festival styled weddings. So expect boho dresses, flower crowns and wellies. A festival wedding is so versatile you can be as traditional or alternative as you want.
I am elated that the current ban on marriages has been lifted this week and while we don’t know the details yet, you can be assured that everyone in the wedding industry is ready to pounce on those guidelines and give you the best wedding day ever. Amy, our events operations executive has been looking at micro weddings and how your day can go from the big day you imagined to a small and intimate gathering of your nearest and dearest.
Amy is an events operations executive here at Lysaght and is one of the many brides to be that has had to postpone their wedding. Some couples just cannot wait to tie the knot and here is how it can be done virtually.
Amy is our events operations executive and a locked down bride and has looked at the best ways you can still celebrate the day that would have been. Why not mark the day by making special memories? From doorstep photoshoots to cutting the cake, Amy shares some unique ideas to help you celebrate your big day lock-down style