IT feels like yes­ter­day that I walked down the aisle with my hus­band. I re­mem­ber that spe­cial mo­ment when, as we were strolling on the beach in Dur­ban, he knelt down and asked me to marry him. Be­fore I could even re­spond, I heard some other cou­ples shout­ing ex­cit­edly, clap­ping their hands. They were con­grat­u­lat­ing us!

Within a few months, we’d de­clared our love for each other in the com­pany of close friends and fam­ily mem­bers. Ours was a small and in­ti­mate wed­ding, and we tried to save money where we could. Even to this day, my wed­ding day is still one of the most mem­o­rable events of my life. This is be­cause wed­dings are about cel­e­brat­ing love with loved ones.

But be­fore the cer­e­mony, cou­ples can lose them­selves in the ex­cite­ment es­pe­cially if there’s no one to help them plan their big day. So, whether you go big or small in or­der to create your wed­ding mem­o­ries, DRUM WED­DINGS is an ex­cel­lent go-to guide crammed full of the lat­est trends, themes and tips to take into con­sid­er­a­tion as you plan your day. We also fea­ture real wed­dings that will give you heaps of in­spi­ra­tion.

The wed­ding day re­volves around the bridal gown, the dé­cor, venue and the food, so we go all out to en­sure that we give you a use­ful guide to help you, whether you’re the bride-to-be, a wed­ding plan­ner or event co­or­di­na­tor, or a de­voted sis­ter or aunt who’s help­ing the cou­ple create their spe­cial mem­o­ries.

So, as we en­ter another sea­son of wed­dings, make sure you grab a copy for your­self – and buy an ex­tra one as a gift for your sin­gle friends who plan to get mar­ried. They’ll thank you one day!

Here’s to another sea­son of love and mem­o­ries!

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