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From time to time we’ll write a blog post. You can read them below. They’ll include tips on how to personalise your wedding to fit around a theme as well as general articles about marriage

Create digital A2 Wedding Table Plans

on June 24, 2018

Create digital A2 Wedding Seating Plans for printing We are pleased to announce a new section of our site that allows you to create wedding seating charts in A2 size. This lets you create an eye catching centre piece to your wedding breakfast. Seating plans are a great way to be creative and are also functional, in that it helps your guests know where they are sitting. Our new interface is flexible enough to handle between 4 and 10 tables (with about 15 guest per table, depending on what font you choose).

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9 people you must thank in your wedding speech

on April 11, 2018

9 people you must thank in your wedding speech Wedding speeches can be daunting for the best of us but they provide an opportunity for you to thank those people who helped make your special day possible. Not every speech needs to be laced with jokes - a heartfelt thank you to those guests who helped you get to where you are today always goes down well. Your Mum and Dad (Or the people who raised you).

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Venue Review | East Quay (Whitstable)

on March 21, 2018

East Quay Venue Review Located within a 45 minute drive from London, the East Quay venue is a perfect wedding location for couples wishing to enjoy stunning sunsets on their wedding day. The following summary is based on a first hand experience for a wedding that took place in July 2016. Location Trains from St Pancras or London Victoria can get you into Whitstable in about 90 minutes. From the station the East Quay venue (also known as The Lobster Shack) is accessible by foot in about 10 minutes.

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Planning a company away day

on March 17, 2018

Table plan ideas for your company off-site Table plans are not just for weddings. Any large gathering of people needs to be well organised. Companies are increasingly using off-site events to help get employees out of the office and generating fresh ideas. Imagine a large corporation, like Facebook or Google, even a small department is likely to have in excess of 50 staff members. Company off-sites often happen in hotels due to their array of large rooms that are ideal for catering for large numbers.

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