Supplier Spotlight: BerinMade Wedding Stationery

Hello my lovelies. Hope you all had a nice weekend! I’m currently enjoying the warm sunshine in my second home, Monte Carlo, and i’ll be out here for a couple of days!

I recently discovered these beautiful floral infused and calligraphy adorned wedding stationery by the creative and artistic BerinMade. London based, but with recognition and a client base that is worldwide, BerinMade’s love of ‘fanciful illustrations and beautifully crafted lettering’, makes them one of the go to stationers for couples that love the artistic flair and aesthetic, but also want something that is elegantly executed. Their stationery ranges from ready-to-go, semi-custom, DIY, and custom.

Since the launch of their paper goods collection in early 2012, BerinMade have captured the attention of national magazines such as Conde Nast Brides, You & Your Wedding, Wedding Magazine and Perfect Wedding. They were even awarded the National Best Newcomer in the UK in the Wedding Industry Awards this year! If that’s not enough they’re beautiful creations have also been featured in popular wedding blogs such as Style Me Pretty, Oh So Beautiful Paper, Rock My Wedding, Love My Dress, and Wedding Chicks!

What I love even more about BerinMade is the philosophy that guides their work….”built on the foundation of the Lord Jesus Christ– everything we have here is because of His love. We try to share that love with those who are in need. From the year 2013, for every wedding package booked, 10% of the proceeds go towards funding children’s stationery supplies at school in India”….Ah-mazing!!

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Wedding Etiquette: Giving Notice

In one of my last posts I talked about the reading of banns. However, another legal requirement, ‘giving notice’, also formalises you and your partner’s intention to wed. So whether you’re going to marry in a church or registry office, you are required to visit your local register office and give them the information of where you will marry and identification documents.

You will complete some documents together with a registrar, and these will be displayed for 15 days at the registry office. You need to give at least 15 days before your wedding and no more than 12 months in advance.


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Tal Kahlon 2013 Wedding Dress Collection

Oooh yes, ladies! Another luxurious wedding dress collection! There is something here for every bride…. from backless gowns, long sleeve lace dresses, head to toe embellishments, capes and sequins!! Tal Kahlon’s bridal collection is so magical and could make any bride feel like a princess on her special day.

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Wedding Etiquette: Wedding Banns

Are you getting married in a church? If the answer is yes then you need to beware of the specific paperwork that needs to be completed before you take your vows. Today I’ll give you the low-down on what wedding banns are, why they are a necessity, and what happens through the process. And you thought you just had to turn up in your beautiful white gown and walk down the aisle, didn’t you!

So, what are banns?
An announcement in the church you will marry in of your intention to wed. It also gives the opportunity for anyone to give a reason why you and your partner should not legally marry. Now, this is a very ancient tradition, and usually most of the people who attend the church would have known the couple and therefore would have known if there was any lawful reason why they could not get married. Nowadays, more and more couples are choosing to wed in churches that they have not attended regularly or at all, so this shouldn’t really be an issue (fingers crossed lol).

Your banns are read out in the churches of where both of you live and also in the church you intend to marry in (if it is a different church). They are read out for three Sundays during the three months before the wedding.

There are specific fees associated with the reading of your banns. Currently, for each church your banns is read at this will cost you £21, and your banns certificate will cost £13. When booking your ceremony, you and your partner should be given a breakdown of the real time costs involved.

What if there isn’t enough time for our banns to be read?
The Common Licence procedure will be required. Again, when booking your ceremony, you should be advised if you will need a Common Licence.

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