And the beat goes on…

I have a long list of wedding related tasks to work through, but every time I tick something off I remember three other points I need to add on. One step forward, three steps back, as they say.

Thankfully Mr CB and I marked another two biggies off our list. The first is the DJ, which we have booked through Prelude – one of Kew’s recommended entertainment suppliers. Actually, this was one of the responsibilities I gave Mr CB to sort out, along with booking with wedding transport, wedding night accommodation and booze.

He decided on a DJ called Steve who does events . . . → Read More: And the beat goes on…

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A U-turn somewhere between Lefkada and Kew Bridge…

I am grateful that organising a wedding is nothing like driving down a one-way street ā€“ you can make a U-turn and head the other way at any point. Yes, Iā€™m heading for one destination (to get married) but thankfully there are a number of routes to get there.

What does this waffle mean?

Well, a while ago now ā€“ pre-knee dislocation (which explains my silence on the blog and twitter-sphere) ā€“ I made a massive U-turn in my wedding planning. I had been certain I wanted to get married in Greece, and had even met with a lovely planner, and was trying . . . → Read More: A U-turn somewhere between Lefkada and Kew Bridge…

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