Want to Win Your Wedding Photography?

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Category : Competitions

When it comes to the wedding budget, I think some brides to be get a bit of a shock when they realise just how much everything costs – place the word wedding anywhere in the sentence and prices just seem to rise.

Well, to help you out a little – those generous folks over at Wilson McSheffrey have a competition running at the moment – and the prize? Your Wedding Photographs. AWESOME.

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The full prize for 3 brides to be (and the groom too ofcourse) is;

Full day coverage of your wedding from the brides preparations through to the first dance. This includes informal reportage coverage of the bride preparing, the ceremony, cutting of the cake, speeches, and the first dance, a small selection of more formal group images of your choice, plus portraiture of the bride and groom together and individually.

 

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The package also includes-

Post wedding photo editing to the highest standard.

Online galley of all your images, plus online print purchasing facility for your friends and family.

Bespoke album design with online proofing facility.

A 20 page infinity coffee table album, designed around your favourite photographs.

Normal cost of this package {£875}

 

What are you waiting for? Head on over to Wilson McSheffrey to enter now! All entries must be recieved before 31st July.

A Valentines Day Treat for Wedding-Inspiration Readers – Win SECC Wedding Show Tickets

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Wedding fairs can be a great source of inspiration for brides to be – and the Scottish Wedding Show at Glasgow’s SECC never fails to disappoint. A massive event, the show lets hundreds of wedding suppliers showcase under one roof. From florists to make up artists, jewellers to venue dressers, photographers or weddings cars – whatever you are looking for, you are bound to find it there!

This year the show has a number of features including;

  • Scotlands largest bridal catwalk show
  • Debenhams beauty feature
  • Inspiration theatre hosted by the Daily Records stylist
  • And lots lots more……..

Advance tickets can be bought at the Scottish Wedding Show website for £9 each or on the door for £11.

As a special Valentines treat Wedding-Inspiration is giving away two pairs of tickets to the show!

So what do you need to do to enter? Simply leave a comment here telling us why you deserve the tickets. Easy!

The competition closes at 3pm on Tuesday 15th February. The winning entrants will be chosen at random and notified by email that evening. To ensure tickets are received on time for the show, the winning entrants must reply to their “You are a winner” email by 9am on Thursday 17th February to ensure tickets are sent in time for the show.

Bridal Designs Wedding Jewellery Winner

Category : Competitions

A quick lunctime post to announce the winner of the stunning Bridal Designs Allure Pendant and chain and earrings to match.

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The winner (chosen using the Random number generator) is Jackie Foster! Congrats Jackie – I’ll contact you about claiming your prize.

A big thanks to everyone who entered. Hopefully there will be another giveaway soon!

Something old, something new…(and a competition too!)

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…..something borrowed, something blue. You probably know the traditional rhyme but did you know the final line that completes it?

…and a silver sixpence in her shoe.

This rhyme goes all the way back to Victorian times and the final line was a tradition that began with the bridegroom placing a sixpence in his bride’s shoe to represent financial security and future wealth.

The rest of the rhyme can be interpreted in many ways but the most popular meanings are;

  • something old represents continuity, the past continuing into the future;
  • something new, the marriage representing the couple’s future together;
  • something borrowed meaning borrowed happiness;
  • something blue represents the bride and grooms commitment, fidelity and love.

As a bride, there are many options for items to complete your rhyme, and again, there are a few traditions relating to the items that normally get chosen. Something old could be a vintage piece of jewellery, perhaps a string of pearls belonging to your grandmother or a vintage brooch.

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Something new is perhaps the easiest and for most brides this is their wedding dress or possibly some wedding jewellery bought either by you or for you to wear on your big day.

Something borrowed again could be your jewellery or perhaps you could combine this with the something blue and perhaps borrow a blue garter from a married friend.

Your something blue options could range from a tiny blue crystal incorporated into your jewellery, a charm to clip onto your garter, your new initials sewen into the underside of your dress or a blue flower incorporated into your wedding bouquet or perhaps even a new blue trimmed set of undies for the wedding night…..

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And to help you find your something new, the lovely Tracey from Bridal Designs Wedding Jewellery is giving one lucky Wedding-Inspiration reader the chance to win a stunning Allure pendant and chain, with earrings to match!

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To enter the competition, simply go onto Tracey’s website : www.bridaldesignsweddingjewellery.co.uk and then come back and tell us what your favourite item from her collection is!

Good luck!!

All entries will be submitted into a draw. closing on Sunday 10/10/10 and the winner will be picked at random on 11/10/10. Open to UK residents only! An email address is required, and these will be added to Bridal Designs e-newsletters database. If you do not wish to be included, please opt-out.

COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.

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