No, that's not the first fact (although I guess it could be!). But I love finding out about other people, their likes, dislikes and what makes them tick!
So I thought I would give you a little insight into some of my favourite things and random facts about me! If I was planning a wedding, I would want to know these small things about my suppliers so I could feel we had a real connection.
Music is such an important part of your wedding, it's a chance to put your personal stamp on your day. Whether it's a piece your parents had at their wedding, or the first song you heard as a couple of perhaps something that means a lot to you, it's up to you!
I've performed at over 100 weddings with plenty of very personal music choices and I've narrowed it down to my top 10 (in no particular order!) songs for your wedding ceremony.
I'm incredibly aware that I am writing this during a global pandemic AND during a national lockdown when we're essentially forced to stare at the same four walls all day. So how on earth do you keep date night going during these tough times? I've put together a few ideas below...
Akin to wartime.
There are so many words that have been used to describe this momentous year that we've just lived through. And yes, it's been incredibly tough. But we're also here to tell the tale of 2020, a year like no other. In a year where I performed at just 13% of the weddings I was booked at, it would be easy to cast the last twelve months off as a waste. But looking back through my diary and photos, there have been some great moments. Here's a few highs and lows from the last 12 months:
Every year when December rolls around, I explode like a festive bomb. I adore Christmas and everything that comes with it. The music, the jumpers, my candy cane earrings (yes I am wearing them as I write this) and of course the films. Each year brings with it a raft of new festive films but for me, the old ones are the best. Here's my run down of my Top 10 Christmas Films...
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