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My 7 Best Wet Weather Wedding Tips from award winning Wedding Planner

Monday, October 15th, 2018

My 7 Best Wet Weather Wedding Tips:

Prepare for wet weather. Plan and prepare for a wet wedding and chances are that you will have great weather on your wedding day. …

1. Have a wet weather Plan B for your ceremony. … if you have an indoor Venue for your Reception generally you can use this area as well for your Ceremony then Bridal can go away for Wedding Photo’s

2. Book a wet weather location for your Location Photos. … a lot of resorts will allow you to use their area’s for your Wedding Photo’s you need to ask though just to make sure

3. Book your Limousine transport long enough so in the case of wet weather the Limousine will take you door to door to your Ceremony and then take you away for your Wedding photo’s …allow enough room for your Photographer if possible in the front so you can stop for any candid photo’s that you wouldn’t have normally got .. have some fun

4. Be Brave! … talk to your family and guests as they don’t want to get their hair and outfits wet either but if it is only light occasional dizzle and you have you heart set on your location umberalla’s work and look great if used creatively in your wedding photo’s

5. Think About Your Hair. … Wear your hair up is my best and most important tip ! no use trying to do curls down if it is wet weather as they wont last and you want to still look stunning at your reception despite a few rain drops

6. Take a Photo at Night in the Rain. … stunning and add to your day

7. Stay Positive …. no one else really knows what you had planned so just go with the flow and have an awesome Wedding day … you are getting Married remember and that is the most important thing not how wet the grass is

Wishing you a very happy Wedding Day Rain or Shine  ~  Glenda 

Email: glenda@noosaweddingring.com

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10 Fascinating facts about Wedding Traditions

Sunday, June 17th, 2018

The bouquet; the garter toss; that Something Blue  pinned to your dress: Have you ever taken a second to consider the purpose of all of these deeply instilled wedding traditions?

1. Turns out it’s your “ring finger” for a reason. Engagement & Wedding rings  are worn on the fourth finger of the left hand because it was once thought that a vein in that finger led directly to the heart.

2. Queen Victoria is credited with starting the Western world’s white wedding dress trend in 1840 — before then, brides simply wore their best dress.

3. If your bridesmaids are less than thrilled about matching dresses, tell them they’re good luck! The tradition of matching maids dates back to Roman times, when people believed evil spirits would attend the wedding in attempt to curse the bride and groom (how rude). Bridesmaids were required to dress exactly like the bride in order to confuse the spirits and bring luck to the marriage.

4. On a similar note, Brides traditionally Wear Veils  because ancient Greeks and Romans believed they protected her from evil spirits.

5. The tradition of a bride wearing “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue,” comes from an Old English rhyme. Something old represents continuity; something new offers optimism for the future; something borrowed symbolizes borrowed happiness; something blue stands for purity, love, and fidelity.

6. The tradition of a wedding cake comes from ancient Rome, where guests broke a loaf of bread over the bride’s head for fertility’s sake.

7. Ever wondered where the phrase “tying the knot” came from? In many cultures around the world — including Celtic, Hindu and Egyptian weddings — the hands of the bride and groom are literally tied together to demonstrate the couple’s commitment to each other and their new bond.

8. If you thought we were over the spirit thing, think again. According to tradition, the groom carries the bride across the threshold to valiantly protect her from evil spirits lurking below.

9. June weddings are not a new thing. The Roman goddess Juno rules over marriage and childbirth, hence the popularity of June weddings.

10. Honeymoons weren’t always so luxurious. Ancient Norse bridal couples went into hiding after the wedding, and a family member would bring them a cup of honey wine for 30 days — or one moon — which is how the term “honeymoon” originated.

Aren’t these interesting …. many thanks for sending these to me to share with my couples

Glenda    Noosa Wedding Ring

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Rainbow Same Sex Weddings in Beautiful Noosa

Thursday, January 18th, 2018

Beautiful Noosa Beach for your  ” Rainbow same sex Wedding ”

Glenda will help you create your own unique atmosphere and style by assisting you to select words, vows, music and readings that are especially meaningful to you. Your personalised Ceremony takes place in the Noosa location of your choice …  overlooking the beach. The Ceremony includes the presentation of your Marriage Certificate and all the Services you will need on the day which are personalised just for you

Contact Glenda at www.noosaweddingring.com or glenda@noosaweddingring.com

Unique & Romantic way to Propose to your someone special !

Saturday, November 11th, 2017

Want to make your Engagement Proposal special ?

A beautifully set up Picnic on our beautiful Noosa Beach or River setting with your choice of a beautifully prepared picnic hamper …. a perfect way to Propose  ,  special anniversary or any special occasion… setups by Noosa Picnics

Bohemian Setup                  Teepee Setup                   Canopy

A classy Stretch Limousine is included for your transfer to and from your Picnic location in Noosa ….

contact Glenda at glenda@noosaweddingring.com to enquire about the packages by Noosa Picnic’s