Twitter is a great place to network, and you can meet many fab companies and suppliers on there.
One of the things I’d like to achieve with the LLLM blog is find all my readers the best of the best in the wedding industry. Via Twitter I have offered my ‘services’ to review products for companies, and then publish my findings on here.
My first product review via Twitter is stationery by Peony and Lace. Continue reading
Each and every one of our weddings are affected in some way on traditions passed down through generations – whether we stick with them, or decide to shun them. Here is Stef, one of our Real Brides-to-be to share some of the fascinating information she’s found out on her wedding journey… Continue reading
In my personal opinion, cakes don’t get enough focus on a wedding day. Historically, wedding cakes have been part of the marriage ceremony since medieval times. Originally they were made of wheat which was a symbol of fertility and prosperity. The cakes were then THROWN at the bride!!
Now I’m not suggesting cakes should receive more attention by someone throwing them at the Bride again, but they do seem to be one of those things we buy, cut and then forget.
Which is why at our wedding we are having a cake table.
Instead of having a traditional tiered cake, I’m having four separate cakes, with four separate flavours, plus a selection of mini cakes and macaroons.
So to celebrate my love of cakes I thought I’d share some of my favourite cake designs…