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11 Simply Stylish New Year's Eve Wedding Ideas

Publish On 2016-12-28 , 2:17 PM

New Year's Eve is the perfect time for a wedding. Everyone is in a celebratory mood, most family and friends are around and everyone is still in that festive party spirit. With a New Year's Eve wedding, there are no rules to say that you must incorporate a New Year's Eve theme, but a few little details to mark the date are always nice and won't go unnoticed. Today I've gathered 11 Fun & Stylish New Year's Eve Wedding Ideas, that won't break the budget or ruin the other elements of your big day. After all, this will be a once in a lifetime start to the new year for you both, so why not mark it?

1. Embrace the Glitter & Glam

NYE is synonymous with glitz and glam so why not incorporate this into your bridal party outfits with glitter or sparkle bridesmaid dresses or jumpsuits. Black looks wonderful with a bit of sparkle so you could mix and match black and sequin dresses for a chic, not so OTT, look.

2. Tasteful Themed Favours

If you're doing favours try and incorporate a theme - we love the idea of mini diaries, clock shaped cookies, good old fashioned party horns or Hershey's "midnight kisses."

3. Make it a Proper Party

Of course, any wedding should be fun but if you're throwing a New Year's Eve wedding you want to make sure it's particularly dance filled. Amp things up a level with a silent disco, glow sticks and party horns.

4. Surprise Excitement for All

Organise a confetti shower for your reception entrance or an impactful balloon drop for your first dance.

5. Champagne With a Twist

Choose a signature Champagne cocktail for guests to toast with. On your anniversary each year you can then continue to toast into the New Year with your signature Champagne tipple.

6. Child's Play

If you're having kids be sure to have a midnight treat for them too - we love the idea of retro milk & cookies or a fruity mocktail. For your kids favours how about midnight timers & confetti cannons? Once the timer sounds it's New Year & confetti time!

7. Make it (Literally) Sparkle

Sparklers are super festive and make for striking photos. Go all out with a sparkler bar set up (rather than a more traditional sweet bar). If you're not sure how to incorporate sparklers into your wedding check out our Wedding Sparklers Ideas.

8. Creative NYE Table Names

Again keep the theme subtle and seamless with NYE themed table names - go for classic years that mean something special to you or jazz things up and choose movies that are set on NYE or NYE themed songs.

9. Add Some Festivity to your Memories

No matter how many weddings they are at, photobooths remain super popular. Make your NYE photobooth stand out with this fun and festive DIY sequin backdrop. Penneys/Primark and Marks and Spencers all have great NYE photobooth props at the moment too.

10. Treat Yourself (& Your Guests)

If your budget and venue allow, treat everyone to fireworks at midnight. Lots of companies provide this service and your venue should be able to provide recommendations too.

11. Don't Forget Your Countdown

A no-brainer but easy to forget in the midst of planning all the other details. Ask your band or DJ to include a New Year's Eve countdown so that no one feels they missed out on any festivities.


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Top 10 Wedding Theme Ideas for 2017!

Publish On 2017-01-04 , 1:46 PM

Greenery Theme
As one of the biggest trends for year 2016, greenery wedding ideas will be continuously popular in 2017.


Garden Theme (View: Garden Wedding Venue in Tagaytay)
Garden wedding in 2017 also tends to have a strong sense of green floral that will successfully add more elegance and nature to your big day.


Barn Theme  (View: Barn Wedding Venue in Tagaytay)
Barn wedding filled with wooden stump, lanterns, and nature-inspired decor, are more popular than ever.


Vintage Theme
The vintage wedding trend is still going strong!


Neutral wedding theme


Watercolor Theme
2017 is going to be a year full of creative DIY wedding ideas, for instance, you can DIY yourself an unique watercolor wedding. There are pretty Fun ways to bring watercolor into your wedding, like watercolor invitations,watercolor table numbers, menus and escort card.


Boho Theme
For brides who like to have a more casual event, boho themed wedding will be a great and in choice.


Whimsical forest weddings


Fairytale Theme (View: Fernwood Gardens Wedding Venue)
3D wedding dresses continues to be a big trend for 2017.With a strong princess feature, the 3D wedding gown is perfect for brides to wear in a glamorous fairy tale wedding.


Palm tropical weddings


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How to Pick the Perfect Wedding Date!

Publish On 2017-01-19 , 2:10 PM

You're engaged? Congratulations! When's the wedding? This delicate decision is different for each couple, but according to our 2015 Real Weddings Study, the average engagement is about 14 months long. With a little over a year to plan, you have time to check everything off your list—from finding your wedding dress (which can take 9 to 11 months) to booking your wedding reception venue (some are booked a year in advance). Consider the following to pick a day that's both practical and personal.


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How romantic would it be to marry on the date you first met, on the day you officially became a couple or on your grandparents' anniversary? Some cultures use traditional methods to choose a date—Japanese families check out the koyomi, an ancient astrological calendar, to pick the most propitious day, while ancient Greeks use divined pig entrails. (Pork rinds, anyone?) You may not be able to marry on the exact day you want—the venue you love may be booked or that special date could fall on a Monday—but you can probably get pretty close. Tell your guests about any significance of the timing in your ceremony programs.


Weather not only affects your wedding's style and location, but may set a completely different mood. If it's snowing outside, or it's 90 degrees, people will behave differently. Consider your wedding personality, then choose your season accordingly. Free-spirited fun, tropical-inspired cocktails and sun-dappled settings: Stick with a summer wedding. Opulence, snowfall and holiday sparkle: Try a winter wedding. Rich colors, nostalgia and mulled apple cider: Go for a fall wedding. Freshness, pastels and a daffodil bouquet: A spring wedding is your thing.


Budget may affect your choice. June, August, September and October are the most popular times to marry, so prices are inevitably higher. But if, for example, you're planning a wedding in January, March or December, it may cost less because 50 other couples aren't lined up behind you offering to pay top dollar. Days of the week also matter: Saturday nights carry a hefty price tag, but marry during the week and the world is your oyster (venues may even bid against each other to get your business).


If you've always wanted a Nutcracker wedding, or you'd love a heart-covered wedding cake, sounds like you're a holiday wedding couple. If you're Irish, opt for March, when everyone is already in the St. Patty's Day spirit. Try a wedding party in pastels and an Easter egg hunt in March or April. Have a Fourth of July celebration with flags, barbecue and fireworks. A plus: Some holidays fall on long weekends, which might make it easier for out-of-town guests to attend. On the flip side, some guests may not want their holiday weekends upended by a wedding, so take that into consideration as well.

VIP Preferences

Speaking of guests, but only of the top-tier, wouldn't-get-married-without-them variety: If you have limited preferences, you may want to ask your nearest and dearest about date conflicts and plan accordingly. Be forewarned that this is a slippery slope if you ask anyone outside your essential circle of parents, siblings and honor attendants. Keep it simple and don't budge once the date's set.

No-No Days

There are definitely wedding dates to avoid. The weekend before tax day is not the best time to tie the knot—especially if one of you is an accountant or tax attorney. No matter what your career, you probably have your own crunch time at work (inventory always happens in July, the new fiscal year begins in September), so don't marry then. You'll either be stressed or you won't be allowed to take off for your honeymoon. Also, your religion may dictate some times of year, or even days of the week, that are off-limits.


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Forest Wedding Reception Ideas

Publish On 2017-02-09 , 11:05 AM

Forest Wedding Reception Ideas.

Are you a nature lover? Are you planning a forest wedding? forest weddings can be rustic, simple and natural but completely awesome with the magical and stunning elements originally from nature. Embrace and celebrate natural beauty down to every last detail with the following prettiest woodland wedding table settings that we have rounded up. Scroll on to see every gorgeous photo and be ready to get inspired for your own gorgeous woodland weddings.

forests are always the first option for bohemian weddings.


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Taking Away Wedding Preps Pain Points with Bridal Gallery Philippines

Publish On 2017-04-25 , 11:27 AM

It’s not everyday you find a bridal web portal that hits the core of real-life concerns of soon-to-weds. Bridal Gallery Philippines ( is one such comprehensive resource gateway that puts together every bit of useful information intended to take away the usual wedding preps pain points. And this does not come to us as a surprise knowing BG’s acclaimed track record in serving innumerable couples in New York, Japan and other international wedding enclaves with the same zest and passion for nuptial perfection.



When Town’s Delight initially approached Michael, a BG marketing specialist, to explore potential co-creating spaces, it took him no time at all to respond with promptness and eagerness – something that comes in rarity nowadays. And, of course, it’s such a delight for us to receive a kingly treatment. Enthused by the ensuing positive vibes that began to fill the air, Town’s Delight welcomed the newfound like-mindedness and decided to have a user account on the BG web portal (  

And, you know what’s the latest? BG has just churned out a cute, interesting piece about Town’s Delight (, and we must say it’s quite a humbling accolade. Our gratitude for BG is now coupled with an unbending zeal to explore greater heights of value co-creation.   Kudos to all soon-to-weds with the convenience of Bridal Gallery now at their fingertips!

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