Here at Ottavio we know what it means to be busy. It sounds silly, but you cannot forget these key things at your wedding…
The food and drink
After spending months looking through bridal magazines, trying on countless gowns in the fitting room and potentially spending more on one item of clothing than you ever will again, you finally found The Dress. Your husband swooned and your friends couldn’t stop telling you how gorgeous you looked on the big day. Your dress is so pretty that you wish you could wear it every weekend! Unfortunately, you can’t. Well, you could…but you might get a raised eyebrow or two. So now what?
The Ottavio Nuccio Gala UK Team have come up with three things you could do with your wedding dress…
1) Save your dress as a keepsake
Save the dress. Your wedding is one of the best days of your life, if you want to keep it as a memento you have every right to do so.
2) Check with your daughter first before giving it away
Your daughter may want to wear your dress. Lots of cultures see passing down the dress as a sign of good luck.
3) Use the fabric from your gown to make something completely new
Think outside of the box you can easily reuse the fabric to make cushions, shorter gowns – literally anything you want!
Elegance goes hand-in-hand with romance. So keep that in mind when choosing honeymoon destinations.
Best for a scenic setting: Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort, St Lucia
Best for 24-hour entertainment: NIYAMA, Maldives
Best for wild beauty: Loisaba, Kenya
Best for cultural mystique: Taj Lake Palace, India
Best for laidback luxury: Ponta dos Ganchos, Brazil
Best for city splendour: Eiffel duplex terrace suite, Shangri-la Hotel Paris
Best for beachside glamour: Four Seasons Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Best for grown-up elegance: Cipriani, Venice
Best for outdoor adventure: Elephant Hills Rainforest Camp, Thailand
Best for fun in the sun: Saint Anne Resort, Seychelles