Newly engaged Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding admits planning a wedding can be hard work. Speaking to OK! Magazine
, the performer said “I realise how much work goes into a traditional wedding, There’s so much to think about. It’s stressful.”
Many of our lovely readers can probably confirm that planning a wedding can be a arduous task, but that it’s all worth it in the end. If you, like Sarah Harding, got engaged over the holidays and are now planning your dream wedding, make sure you check out Bridalwave’s step-by-step guide. Here we’ll be looking at all aspects of planning a wedding: flower arrangements, seating plans, invites, gowns, venues and much more.
We also hear that Sarah might be planning a vintage wedding. Ceremonies and receptions inspired from days gone are very popular these days, but it can be hard to know where to start. Why not make your dress the focal point and source of inspiration – and plan your big day around it? Take a look at these vintage-esque gowns to get ideas.
Halterneck Ivory Satin Duchess Dress by Vivien of Holloway
Bardot By Stephanie Allin
1940s Wedding Sarong Dress With Bolero by Vivien of Holloway
Marina, Starlet by Madeline Isaac James
Charlize, Starlet by Madeline Isaac James
Theda, Starlet by Madeline Isaac James
Charlotte, Starlet by Madeline Isaac James
1950s White Satin Wedding Dress With Overlace by Vivien of Holloway
Cream lace ballerina length 1950s wedding dress and jacket by Love Miss Daisy
Fairytale vintage 1950s ballerina wedding dress by Love Miss Daisy