Daily Archives: 24th July 2015

Our Guide To Children At Weddings

Scotland wedding videos can be made all the more charming by the presence of lots of little cherubs running around (they do look delightful in suits and flower girl dresses, don’t they?), but play it safe with your wedding and decide on a few rules for them and their parents to follow before the big day. Here’s our guide.

Who can come

Don’t feel as though you have to invite all children if you’re inviting one or two. It’s fine to say that youngsters are allowed as long as they’re close friends or family. Don’t worry about how people will take it – it’s your wedding day, it’s your rules.


You might be tempted to stick all the kids on one table with one adult guest to monitor them but have a heart. Your adult wedding guest may not have the best of times if this is your strategy. If you can, seat all kids and parents together at one table or on several near each other so responsibility can be shared.

Meal options

Don’t expect children to get a kick out of munching merrily away on beef Wellington and Eton mess. Their palettes aren’t necessarily as refined as ours so make sure there’s something available at your wedding breakfast that youngsters might enjoy a bit more.

With just a bit of preparation, adults and kids alike can have a great time at your wedding but as with anything, if you fail to prepare, you prepare to fail. So make sure you give it the thought that it needs.

3 In 5 Women ‘Would Wear White To Friend’s Wedding’

It’s really rather frowned upon to show up to someone else’s wedding as a guest and wear white for fear of upstaging the bride, but apparently this won’t be stopping many Brits out there as new research has revealed that three out of five female guests would happily wear white.

Conducted by Asda, the study found that this was one of the worst wedding faux pas that people could make, followed by an inappropriate speech by the best man, overly drunk guests and people flirting too heavily with the bridesmaids, the Daily Mail reports.

Of those asked, two-fifths of women said that the day would be ruined if they turned up at a wedding in the same outfit as someone else, with one in five admitting they would avoid being photographed together and one-third worrying that they wouldn’t look as good as their outfit twin.

“There is definitely pressure amongst wedding guests to look their best, so it is no surprise that so many women surveyed were mortified at the thought of wearing the same outfit as someone else,” an Asda spokesman was quoted as saying.

It might be wise not to wear white if you’re going to any weddings this year. After all, you don’t want the bride’s wrath to be caught on Scotland wedding videos, do you! Luckily, there are plenty of other options available. Why not have a look on Pinterest for some outfit inspiration? There’s always plenty of good ideas on the website that will have you looking spiffing in no time.