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The Editorials: Surfer Chic. Brides Up North Talks Online Wedding Planning For Loved Up Magazine Spring 2014

April 1st, 2014 | Julia Braime

Brides Up North For Loved Up Magazine Spring Summer 2014

Away from the pages of the wedding blog, I’m frequently commissioned to write freelance pieces for various glossy magazines (Carrie Bradshaw eat your heart out, eh?) and quite often like to share that content again here when I think it might be interesting or relevant to my readers.  Or genuinely because I’m just really, really proud to see my work in print.

Loved Up Magazine, to whose pages I’ve been contributing for – goodness! – actual years and years now got in touch to ask me to compile a feature sharing my “top clicks” for online wedding planning content, a subject close to my heart.

Yes, I’m a first and foremost a blogger, but I’m also a consumer.  Shock horror!  I read other blogs.  And I’m a prolific consumer of wedding media especially.  I like to keep up with the industry news, the creativity of my peers and to be honest, it’s still fun for me.  Yes, even after four years of blogging about weddings twice a day and 40+ branded bridal events and exhibitions under my Brides Up North belt… I still love it.  I’ve a full blog reader, test out any new bridal app going and don’t even get me started on social media.  39,394 tweets down at the time of writing, I’m well aware that that’s my unwritten novel, right there on Twitter (hey, come follow me, I’ve clearly a lot to say!)

So, here’s my current top picks of the online wedding World – emphasis on current there: trust me, I could have filled the whole magazine with links.  So, have fun exploring, but come right back again afterwards  y’hear?!

Brides Up North For Loved Up Magazine Spring Summer 2014

I said:  In my role as editor of one of the top wedding blogs in the UK I spend a whole lot of time at a computer screen. Mostly its bonafide blog business, but I also spend some time every day keeping on top of what’s new in the online bridal world. It’s as much about checking out the latest cyber products for my bride-to-be readers as staying ahead of the competition, and I’m here to share some of my favourite online resources with you.

Blogging Bride

Wedding blogs are a dynamic, easy to access and free source of wedding planning know how, with a personal touch. There’s a blog out there to suit almost every bride, so bookmark your favourites and return daily for a rapid turnover of ideas, inspiration and tips.

My Top Clicks

Brides Up North (well, obvs.)  – our site and branded bridal events are a must for local ladies who want to see just what the fantastic wedding industry suppliers on their doorstep can do. Every fabulous feature on Brides Up North is sourced from the regions, be it a supplier showcase, styled shoot or real wedding.

Rock N Roll Bride – a cute and colourful site packed full of diverse and different wedding inspiration. If you fancy trying your hand at blogging yourself, creator Kat also runs courses for aspiring writers at her worldwide Blogacademy.

Festival Brides – if you’d rather host your own “wed-stock” party under canvas than hire a stately home, this is the blog for you. Focusing on outdoor and festival weddings, the site is a little bit of summer sunshine delivered to your blog reader daily.

Brides Up North For Loved Up Magazine Spring Summer 2014

Appy Days

There are apps galore for wedding planning on the move. From finding your dream dress to keeping track of your gift list, a few clever downloads can make the whole process a little less daunting. Take a break from Candy Crush and try out some bridal apps that might just save you time and money.

My Top Clicks

WedPics – An alternative to disposable cameras, this nifty tool gathers all your guests’ pics and videos in one private place – and gives you a record of your big day through your nearest and dearest’s eyes.

AppyCouple – A fully personalised online space that your guests can access to obtain all the key details for your celebration including addresses, gift list info, directions, dress code and timings. They can even RSVP and make menu choices, leaving all the information to hand when table planning hysteria sets in.

Find Your Dream Wedding Dress  – A fashionista’s fantasy – browse different design features and come up with a selection of gowns that meet any given criteria, then find the shops that stock them. The dress hunt made easy.

Brides Up North For Loved Up Magazine Spring Summer 2014

Social Club

Use social media to network your way from engagement to altar. Here you can get real time responses to your queries and supplier searches on a no obligation basis.

My Top Clicks

FacebookMost industry professionals keep their Facebook page more up to date than their brochure or websites, making it easier for you to get a sense for their current work.

Pinterest – If you love a mood board, you’ll adore this image sharing site, also available as a smartphone app. Build online boards by pinning your favourite wedding inspiration images to build up a visual idea of your wedding style. And if you don’t want to spoil the surprise – simple – you can now make secret boards too!

Twitter – You’ll find that the wedding industry is live and loud on the Twitter airwaves: keen to offer advice, sell their services and attract new customers.

Words:  Brides Up North for Loved Up Magazine Spring/Summer 2014

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The Editorials: Something Blue

June 10th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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It was lovely to wake up this morning to kind emails from suppliers and brides to be congratulating us on another successful Brides Up North event at Rise Hall yesterday and the conclusion of a fabulous Spring season.  I could go on, and on (and on) about how much fun hosting these wedding exhibitions has been and how much I love each and every one of my readers and exhibitors, but all I’ll say is a massive thank you from me and my team for all of your amazing support – you rock! The Northern Revolution really is in full swing.

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When I started the blog back in the dark ages of 2010 my aim was to show other soon-to-be-weds that you  don’t need to head to the smoke to source suppliers for your big day, and to demonstrate the levels of quality available from the wedding industry right on your door step.  These events are doing just that – stepping out from behind the computer screen and showing you exactly what these talented people can do for you.  If you missed our events this Spring, be sure to pop along to an event near you from September 1st.  We’ll be announcing the full line up shortly, but we have another nine events across three regions in the diary already.  Watch this space.  Exhibitors can also contact us for details by emailing contact@bridesupnorth.co.uk

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Another way in which I aim to spread our message is via the plethora of freelance columns that I pen on a monthly basis.  The deadlines here at Brides Up North HQ are always looming, let me tell you!  As well as contributing to many local bridal titles I am also proud to have been recognised as an influential UK wedding blogger and asked to write my own regular column for National glossy Wedding Magazine. This morning I am sharing a column that was published in one of their recent issues in case you missed it offline.

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Girls, get ready to slip on those blue suede shoes… today we are on the hunt for your something blue!

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Dominic Wright Photography

Image © Dominic Wright Photography

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I wrote: You know the words: Something Old, Something New… but when it comes to wedding day luck, style savvy brides are taking no chances by adding cooler colour details to their big day.

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Almost everything looks bright against white, so take care when adding bold blues to your wedding day scheme. Pick an angle and go with it – choose crisp navy to define and formalise your colour palette or the palest pastel powders to soften and prettify the overall look.

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Whichever shade you choose, all you’ll need to add is a silver sixpence for your shoe!

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John Hesford Photography

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Sally Hobson Photography

Image © Sally Hobson Photography

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Blue Blooms

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Never mind green fingers, the natural world is awash with pretty blue petals in varying shades. Add the freshest bluebells to your Spring bouquet or try hand-tied cornflowers for a relaxed Summer look. Towering indigo delphiniums or bleached out hydrangeas look stunning in centrepieces.

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Jess Petrie Photography

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Jess Petrie Photography

Image © Jess Petrie Photography

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Razzle Dazzle Em

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Forget diamonds – think royal. Copy the Duchess of Cambridge and sparkle in sapphires instead. Vintage magpies on the hunt for these pretty stones might find that they can cover their Something Old and Something Blue all at once…

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Eyecapture

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Northwest Photography

Image © NorthWest Photography

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Blue For The Boys

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Most men that I’ve met are afraid of the fuchsia cravat. Win style and brownie points by suggesting that your boy plays it cool in blue. From pale tones, through oxford blue to nearly black navy, 2013’s sharpest wedding suits all seem to have a hint of the hue.

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GASP Photography

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Chris Chambers Photography

Image © Chris Chambers Photography

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All In The Details

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To add a dash of colour without feeling over committed, pay attention to detail. Try a pale petticoat under shorter frocks, a flash of a blue suede shoe, a pretty periwinkle vintage motor or piles of Parma violets for your guests to take away with them.

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Northwest Photography

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John Hesford Photography

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The Editorials: Maids In Heaven In Wedding Magazine

May 14th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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The Editorials is a series bringing the offline bridal freelance writing that I do on a monthly basis for numerous glossy magazines (both National and regional) online. 

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Brides Up North UK Wedding Blog in Wedding Magazine

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Although the blog has been whirring away as usual these last eight weeks, with a small baby it’s harder to get to the shops – so my lovely friends at Wedding Magazine have just sent me a job lot of glossies to catch up on.  Today, we visit their April/ May issue, and my column about keeping your team on side.  After all, you want some friends at the end of it all, don’tcha?

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I wrote: These days, bridesmaid duty doesn’t have to equal sartorial disaster. There are plenty of options out there for dressing your best girls and still staying friends at the end of it all. Not a hoop skirt or Little Bo Peep impersonator in sight, unless you are being intentionally ironic!

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Whilst a strong vintage, alternative or high glamour focus might demand a certain look, there’s nothing worse than overstepping the mark between theming and fancy dress. Once you’ve chosen your own dress, the best bet is a set of bridesmaid frocks that will flatter and contrast with your own styling and suit your chosen venue. And when it comes to adhering to a chosen dress code, the bridal party always should lead by example.

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Consider your wedding day colour choices and inspirations carefully, but don’t feel that every collar and cuff has to match. Think about what will look best in your wedding photographs: bridesmaids’ should help to create a beautiful background to show off their leading lady. Try offsetting an all-white palette with deeper tones in the Winter, choose all over florals for a fresh and contrasting Spring time look or complimentary rosy hues for warmer weather.

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Katy Lunsford Photography

Image by Katy Lunsford Photography

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You First

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Pick your own gown first. You might be dead set on a certain style, but tastes are often known to change once shopping starts. That way, you can be sure that your style selections will enhance the overall look. A sash of lace around a bridesmaid’s waist can set off a matching wedding dress beautifully.

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Cat Hepple Photography

Image by Cat Hepple Photography

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Maids To Measure

Image by Maids To Measure

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Would It Work For You?

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Be fair. If you wouldn’t be seen dead in it, why should your best mate? Do show some consideration of their shape, size and usual style. Do they all have to wear exactly the same? Equally, remember that your guests do know you, and how tall you are. Forcing your girls into unflattering flats or sky high heels when they would rather be wearing the opposite is just cruel, and discourages dancing. That’s never a good thing.

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Sarah Gawler

Image by Sarah Gawler

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Shop Around

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Don’t feel pressured to buy for your bridesmaids in the same boutique as your wedding gown. Whilst this can be advantageous in terms of ease and pricing, there is no need to narrow your options if you want to look elsewhere. Gems can be found in independent fashion boutiques, online, via the big name bridal houses and never, ever rule out the Great British High Street.

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Steve Gerrard Photography

Image by Steve Gerrard Photography

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Belle & Beau Photography

Image by Belle & Beau Photography

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Dare To Be Different

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Just because everyone is working rainbow brights, contrasting cuts or pastel pales doesn’t mean that you have to. My favourite bridesmaid styles this year have all been in elegant tones and classic shapes with a quirky twist. Don’t shy away from unexpected colours or a bit of embellishment. After all, everyone loves to sparkle.

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Jonny Draper Photography

Image by Jonny Draper Photography

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The Editorials: Spring/ Summer Celebrations

March 6th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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If you are a regular reader of Brides Up North (well HELLO there!), you will know that The Editorials is a series bringing the offline bridal freelance writing that I do on a monthly basis for numerous glossy magazines (both National and regional) online.  This is done both for your benefit (in case you missed the original print articles) and mine, in the vain hope that I’m saving my – often painstakingly crafted in the early hours of the morning – words from their ultimate end of being posh chip paper and recording them for time eternal right here on these swirly silver pages.

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Brides Up North for Darlington Weddings

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You can catch up on the first two posts in The Editorials series – two features for National glossy Wedding Magazine for whom I am a monthly columnist here: All White Weddings and here: Va-Va Groom! – and ALL of our press features over the years by clicking here.  Enjoy – there’s quite a lot of reading material there!

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Brides Up North for Darlington Weddings

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In the meantime, today, we are recycling a piece that I wrote for the recent issue of Darlington Weddings, a very pretty, handbag sized regional glossy in the North East about my love of a seasonal soiree, and why despite our well documented British weather difficulties a Spring or Summer celebration is still on my style forecast for 2013.

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Brides Up North for Darlington Weddings

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I wrote:  It used to be the case that every weekend during the months of May, June and July played host to a Saturday wedding, but in recent years the Summer wedding has become less of a must have on bridal wish lists. It could be the fact that a proper English Summer is about as guaranteed as a lottery win, or that savvy spenders are responding to lower prices in what was traditionally the off-season, but more and more couples are choosing to say I do in the Autumn and Winter months instead. It could be that they are on to something – after all, didn’t we see a scorching March and a clear skied November last year?

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However, I would urge you not to write off a Spring or Summer celebration just yet. A Summer wedding offers so many pretty styling options, and even if the weather is a little unreliable, your wedding really needn’t be a wash out!

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Sarah Gawler Photography

Sarah Gawler Photography for Maids To Measure

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Summer Styling

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Lighter skies and longer days can carry off a real variety of colour palettes and prints, from the bright and vibrant shades of India to the palest pastel pinks and blues of an English country garden. Choose your favourite colour combinations and use these as the basis of your overall look. I love the elegant emerald greens that look set to be a trend for 2013: think a tented lawn in the shadow of a stately home on a balmy day, very “Keira Knightly in Atonement”, and you’re on the right lines.

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Katy Lunsford Photography

Katy Lunsford Photography

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Karen McGowran Photography

Karen McGowran

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Damian Hall Photography

Damian Hall Photography

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Get Fresh

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You’ll be happy to find most of your favourite blooms in season during the Summer months so if flowers are your thing, there’s no better time to make a statement. There is nothing more vibrant and significant of new beginnings than a freshly cut bunch of yellow daffodils or if you fancy something more exotic, try exotic cherry blossoms in long vases. Later in the year use beautiful blousy peonies to add romance.

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Joe Dodsworth Photography

Joe Dodsworth Photography

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Plan B

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No matter how many times you check the forecast, no one knows exactly how British Summertime is going to go, so I’d advise against a totally weather dependent celebration. Contingency is key. If you plan to be outdoors, have some easily erectable gazebos on standby. Colour co-ordinated umbrellas also make for some great photographs – look on the sunny side!

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Greyeye Photography

Greyeye Photography

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Pixies In The Cellar

Pixies In The Cellar

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Stephanie Oakes Photography

Stephanie Oakes Photography

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Bring The Outside In

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When choosing a venue for your Spring or Summer wedding, consider lighting carefully. No one wants to leave a sunny drinks reception on the lawn to dine in a dark and heavy panelled ballroom. Look for venues with floor to ceiling windows, large conservatory spaces or pale and cooling decorating schemes. You might even consider sitting down under canvas instead – today’s marquees and tepee options are designed to cope with all weathers.

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Katy Lunsford Photography

Katy Lunsford Photography

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Press Gang: Brides Up North in Etc Magazine

January 15th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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As well as curating and editing content for these swirly silver pages, I am also proud to contribute on a freelance basis to a raft of glossy magazines each month, both regional and National. 

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Crafting a magazine article is different to writing blog content – whilst I carefully research all my blog features, each print article needs to be planned in advance, structured for an audience that may be unfamiliar with my personal style of writing and it’s supporting images sourced, selected and credited. 

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Whilst writing the blog feels like a cosy chat with a friend (or tens of thousands of friends, hello you!), writing for print feels more formal.  Whilst the process is more laborious, it’s also cathartic, and as long as they let me, I’ll be offering up my bridal based advice for your favourite bridal titles. 

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Etc October

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Etc October

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I’m currently a regular columnist for Wedding Magazine, Etc Magazine and LovedUp Magazine, and contribute regularly to Wedding Ideas Magazine and Mosaic Brides, as well as having features published in Bridal Buyer, Pure Weddings Magazine, Belle Bridal Magazine, Hitched Magazine, Fabulous Magazine, The Yorkshire Post, Harrogate Living, The Journal, The Daily Mirror, The Evening Chronicle, The Sunday Sun, The Times and Times Online.  Phew. 

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Etc November

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Etc November Etc November

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So whilst blogs are most certainly where its at for up to the minute advice, 24 hour inspiration and can-read-at-work-ability (what, you too?), I still get a thrill from seeing my work in print.  And call me old school, but I’m still not comfortable with reading my iPad in the bath…

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Today I met with the fabulous team at popular regional title Etc Magazine, a title for whom I have been writing for the last quarter, to catch up and put the wheels in motion for continuing our great working relationship in 2013.  Make sure to pick up your copy next month.  In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek at what I’ve been up to for them, away from the pages of this site… 

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Etc December

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Etc December

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Marry Like A Princess; Pay For It Like A Pauper: Brides Up North in The Daily Mirror

June 2nd, 2011 | Julia Braime

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Brides Up North recently contributed to an article for The Daily Mirror by friend of the blog freelance journalist Charlotte Ward about planning an amazing wedding without splashing the cash.

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Princess Kate

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Despite the obvious Royal Wedding spin, I think that there are some great tips here for any bride to be on a budget, so I have reproduced the article below.

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I get lots of emails from brides asking for advice of this kind and my discount features, high street fashion style edits and giveaways are some of the most popular posts on the wedding blog.  Let’s get real – these are tough times for a lot of people – but I believe that you can still have a dream wedding day with a little imagination.

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DAILY MIRROR

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Marry like a princess… pay for it like a pauper; Kate and Wills may not need to worry about their wedding budget, but the rest of us do. Here’s how to save on your big day…

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Byline: Charlotte Ward

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With royal wedding excitement building by the week and glossy magazines crammed full of showy displays and adverts, many couples find it hard to stick to the average budget of £15,000, leading to stress and debt – but it is possible to cut the spending.

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"The biggest budget doesn’t always mean the best," says Julia Braime, editor of bridal blog and directory bridesupnorth.co.uk. "Often, the most successful weddings are smaller affairs with lots of DIY elements, heaps of personality and a whole lot of love."

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Tamryn Kirby, author of “Confessions Of A Wedding Planner”, agrees. She says: "If you’ve got a bit of time you can save money and include some lovely personal touches."

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Here are our tips to hosting a wedding fit for a princess – on a pauper’s budget.

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Go local

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"The best deals and great talent can often be found right on your doorstep," says Julia. "Use smaller, regional suppliers who are keen to impress for a fraction of the big city prices. You will be also able to meet vendors easily, cutting back on wasted time and travel expenses."

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Stay seasonal

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"A good way to get the most of your flower budget is to use seasonal flowers," says Tamryn. "Not only are they cheaper, but also much more environmentally friendly than blooms air-freighted halfway across the world."

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Dress for less

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"Britain’s great high street just gets better and better," says Julia. "An understated gown from Coast, Monsoon or Debenhams can sometimes end up looking classier than a designer meringue."

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Go vintage

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If you have your heart set on a designer dress, try something pre-loved. Tamryn suggests: "A designer dress agency might be the ideal way to snap up something fabulous and some charities have departments dedicated to selling donated gowns."

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Mismatch your maids

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Borrow a trick from Carrie Bradshaw and mix it up, Sex and the City style.  "Ask your bridesmaids to pay for their gowns, but on the compromise that they can choose their own complimentary colours and styles," says Julia.

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Get crafty

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Call in some favours. Does your auntie bake? Or can your mate lend you his car? Julia says: "Your nearest and dearest will be flattered if you enlist their talents. You could also make your own stationery, favours and decorations. Source raw materials from haberdasheries or websites like www.etsy.com. Choose big colourful blooms like a single sunflower or orchid to create striking centrepieces for less cash."

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Tealight delight

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You might not have a dreamy castle venue but tealights make anywhere look whimsical.  Tamryn says: "Line hallways and windowsills for instant romance."

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Hit the sales

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If you’ve got plenty of time, don’t forget to check the seasonal sales for things you can snap up. "Fairy lights are often on offer after Christmas and dress and shoe shops have sales before the new ranges come in, so stock up," says Tamryn.

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Cut the numbers

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It can be tempting to invite the world and his wife to your big day, but if pennies are tight, keep your guest list to the people that count. "A small yet perfectly formed celebration can feel more special than a corner-cutting larger do," says Julia.

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Beg, blag and borrow

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Before you buy anything, see if you can borrow it, suggests Tamryn. "Venues often have tealight holders and florists have vases, stands, fabrics and accessories that can be borrowed or hired for a small charge.
"Try asking for something free – venues can often offer the bride and groom a complimentary room."

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Sell, sell, sell!

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"It is possible to recoup some money by selling anything you’re not going to use again," says Tamryn. "Other brides are always looking for a bargain!"

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CONFESSIONS OF A WEDDING PLANNER BY TAMRYN KIRBY (HEADLINE) IS OUT NOW.  FOR WEDDING INSPIRATION, VISIT WWW.BRIDESUPNORTH.CO.UK

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Brides Up North in Belle Bridal Magazine

February 22nd, 2011 | Julia Braime

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Brides Up North is featured not once, but twice in the Spring/ Summer 2011 issue of Belle Bridal magazine, the North East bridal magazine.

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First up, my freelance article, An Honest Wife, the follow up to my column in their Autumn/ Winter 2010 issue, An Honest Bride.  I hope you like it!

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Click here to see my previous article, An Honest Bride.

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Belle Bridal Magazine - An Honest Wife

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I am also available for freelance writing commissions.  Please contact me for more information.

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