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By Peachy Impressions, Jan 25 2019 06:42PM

Your bridesmaids form a support network to help you plan your big day. Bridesmaids are usually close friends and family of both the bride and groom, headed up by a maid of honour or chief bridesmaid. The best bridesmaids are friends and family that will be willing to pitch in and help out with a smile. Younger relatives might be better off with a flower girl role as there is less involvement in the planning of the wedding.

Your bridesmaids can help with various parts of the wedding planning. It’s a good idea to give each bridesmaid specific tasks depending on their talent. You might ask them to help you with assembling your table centre pieces, hand writing wedding invitations, sorting the rsvp’s, categorising the menu choices or making your favours.

The maid of honour duties include arranging days where everyone can get together to go bridesmaid dress shopping/fitting. If there is a large group to organise you may need to be flexible to make it a stress free experience. It can be difficult to dress and coordinate a large group, so if you have concerns address them calmly with your maid of honour as soon as possible. Make sure you establish who will pay for the dresses and any extras such as accessories, hair and make-up. Traditionally the bride pays for what she wants her bridesmaids to have, but this isn’t always the case. Ask your maid of honour to double check everyone is on the same page to avoid any awkwardness.

Your bridesmaids may not know each other. Ask your maid of honour to bring everyone together, to chat wedding, start planning your hen party and make new friends. You can’t go wrong with a girlie night out.

As the wedding date gets nearer, make sure your bridesmaids know what time they need to arrive. Most brides like to have their bridesmaids with them from the start so you may need to think about accommodation and sleepover essentials – chocolates, girlie movies and champagne are all essential!

The day before your wedding you might need help with collecting dresses, delivering venue decorations or you may just need a relaxing spa afternoon with your besties with the W word banned. If you have asked your bridesmaids to bring anything in particular this is a good time to double check they haven’t forgotten.

On the day itself your bridesmaids should help younger bridesmaids and flower girls, whilst the maid of honour tends to the bride. The bridesmaids traditionally travel to the wedding ceremony with the maid of honour and the mother of the bride, leaving the bride to travel with her father. The bridesmaids should arrive ten minutes before the bride so they can see her arrive and be ready to assist. The traditional English style sees the bride and her father enter first, followed by the bridesmaids.

Some brides ask their bridesmaids to give a reading, recite a favourite poem or witness the signing of the register. After the ceremony is over the bridesmaids leave after the bride and groom and the maid of honour leaves with the best man.

If you choose to have a receiving line at your reception, you may require your bridesmaids to stand in it and greet your guests as a key member of your wedding party. Bridesmaids are typically not included on the top table but distributed across the table plan to host guests. Your bridesmaids should be available during the wedding reception to assist you. You might need makeup touch-ups, a drink, your comfy shoes or if you have a particularly cumbersome dress you may need help going to the bathroom.

Once you’ve finally decided which of your girls you want to walk with you down the aisle on your wedding day, why not make asking that question “will you be my bridesmaid?” extra special by giving them a “will you be my bridesmaid?” card.

By Peachy Impressions, Jan 3 2019 11:48AM

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Get started with your wedding planning by browsing The Wedding Secret's glorious wedding venues and shop for the perfect wedding dress, photographer, cars, cake, stationery, flowers, catering, venue decorations and much more. The Wedding Secret are the perfect wedding one-stop-shop, you can plan your whole wedding with the help of their friendly team. For more information please visit

Here at Peachy Impressions we have been designing and creating beautiful award-winning wedding invitations and on the day wedding stationery since 2010. We are based Gloucestershire and service throughout the UK. We specialise in working with couples who are looking for luxury handmade invitations and stationery which can be both elegant and modern, we offer a bespoke service, or you can choose from our wide range of designs that can be tailored to suit your unique style and colour scheme.

By Peachy Impressions, Dec 4 2018 12:23PM

I have had the privilege of working with Sara and Robert for the past 18 months. This wedding was one of the most joyful and heart breaking I have ever been involved with, tears are already starting to trickle down my face. When I first met Sara and Robert, they had been engaged for 3 years and their wedding date was set for Saturday 22nd September 2018.

Robert was stationed overseas, therefore the amount of time Robert was able to spend in person with Sara to plan their wedding day was limited. Sara and I set to work on designing their dream vintage wedding invitations and with the help of skype Robert was able to be involved. Robert being in a different county with a different time zone added to the wedding planning fun and excitement. They were both extremely happy, excited and very much in love. The wedding planning was all going to plan, they had booked the church, a perfect wedding venue, cars, cake and entertainment. Sara was leaving our meeting to meet with her Mum and bridesmaids to choose her wedding dress and bridesmaids dresses. We scheduled our next meeting to discuss their on the day wedding stationery requirements. The room was filled with laughter and happiness. Exciting happy times lie ahead and as always, I was so looking forward the wedding up-dates at our next meeting.

Sara’s final stationery consultation soon approached. To my surprise both Sara and Robert attended. There was much sadness in their eyes and their happiness and excitement was no longer visible. It was obvious that something was wrong. Sara and Robert’s love for each other was however still very visible. Robert held Sara’s hand tight as Sara shared with me her devastating news. Sara’s mother had been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Sara (we) fought back the tears as we discussed what on the day wedding stationery she required. Table plans and wedding favours understandably were no longer important. This was a heart-breaking time, but Sara was determined to stay strong, she was now planning the wedding her mother was dreaming of. Sara and Robert were still dreaming of their perfect day, just a different perfect.

Sara and Robert's wedding day arrived. Their kindness, resilience and unwavering courage serves a reminder of what’s truly important on the wedding day. There were of course tears of sadness but also tears of happiness and many happy memories were made that will be treasured and never forgotten. For one day the entire family agreed not to discuss the cancer and for one day happiness and laughter returned. Sara said it was so hard not to think about it but seeing the proud happy smiles on her mother’s face is what she will and wanted to remember.

Sadly, Sara’s mother’s health deteriorated very quickly after the wedding and she lost her battle with cancer 58 days later.

I wish Sara and Robert much strength and future happiness and thank Sara for allowing me to share her story. Love never dies.

By Peachy Impressions, Nov 14 2018 11:46AM

Christmas is a magical time to marry. Caroline and Jason are getting married on 22nd December 2018 and not surprisingly they’re very excited and a little nervous. I met with the happy couple today to finalise their on the day wedding stationery requirements and a wedding planning update (my favourite bit). I’m very pleased to share with you all is going to plan and stress levels are low.

Caroline and Jason are getting married in Bristol. They met in Bristol while studding at university and have been together 6 years. Both had always envisaged a winter Christmas themed wedding with Christmas trees, tumbling ivy, a roaring fireplace and candles everywhere. Their dream is about to come true.

Caroline and Jason are having a traditional church marriage with a choir, soloist and organist. They have chosen a mixture of traditional hymns and Christmas carols. Jason’s sister and Caroline’s best friend will be reading from Les Miserables by Victor Hugo and Captain Corelli’s Mandolin by Louis de Bernieres. Before heading to the wedding venue, they have arranged for caterers to serve mulled wine and warm canapes in the church while their photographer capturers the memories. Caroline and Jason have also hired a drone pilot to capture truly spectacular aerial wedding photographs... fingers crossed it doesn’t rain.

Their wedding venue is situated in Bristol city centre. They will be serving their guests champagne on arrival and they have chosen a wedding breakfast feast of wild boar and guinea fowl terrine to start, followed by slow cooked roast pork. For dessert they have chosen rich chocolate cheesecake with raspberries. Sounds delicious. To create a glowing ambience the tables will be decorated with white candle centre pieces which will be decorated with a beautiful array of ivy trails and white roses. A string quartet will play live classical music in the background – this couple really do know how to make a lasting impression. They have kept the colour scheme very simple with very simple shades of whites, greys and greens. Their wedding venue stationery consisting of a table plan, table names, menu cards and name cards will complement the venue décor perfectly. They have also opted for a matching wedding guest book for their guests to leave their advice messages and best wishes.

They plan to party well into the night with a live band, caricaturist and show-stopping fireworks. Exciting times ahead, may their years be filled with love, happiness and fun. As always, we apricate the privilege of sharing and supporting them through this exciting time.


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