Wedding Of The Month Feature

Wedding Of The Month

 

‘Emma and Ross’s Real Wedding Story’

Published Monday 2nd November 2015 on the The Wedding Community Blog for Wedding Of The Month

 One of our weddings has been featured in The Wedding Community’s ‘Wedding Of The Month’ for November!

Emma and Ross’s wedding was part of the Lula Mai Big Day Competition and Chantilly Rose pledged our full wedding planning services for the entire month. Take a look and share.

An extract from the feature….

Emma and Ross won their wedding after entering the ‘Lula Mai Big Day’ competition, hosted by a team of military wives at Lula Mai Events. The competition was open to all military, fire, police and ambulance service workers as a thank you for all they do. To enter, each couple had to state why they deserved to win the competition and what had held them back from getting married before.

Rachel Williams, owner of Lula Mai Events, had the very tough decision of choosing the winner from the many worthy competition applicants. Entrants were judged on many different criteria including the length of time they’d been together, their ability to cope with pressure, their commitment and compatibility, story and future plans. Emma and Ross were given the good news they’d won, and a meeting was set-up with Christina Barker of Chantilly Rose Weddings and Events, who had pledged their full wedding planning package to enable the process to run smoothly.

Every part of Emma and Ross’s wedding was donated by generous suppliers, with the total amount pledged over £22,000…

 

If you would like to read the full feature on the wedding of the month, real weddings, please visit – The Wedding Community

Wedding Of The Month

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