THREE FACTS: (1) Gaby and David met at work at an advertising agency in London (2) Gaby is Jewish and David is Christian, and they are planning an inclusive ceremony and party that will embrace both of their cultures (3) They are planning an urban luxe wedding in a converted London lighthouse – we LOVE the sound of this!
A tale of two families
It’s no secret that juggling a wedding when both parties have divorced parents is problematic. There are so many more factors you have to consider when planning every aspect of the big day. Least of all, the dreaded guest-list which has been a major buzzword in our respective families’ vocabulary at the moment.
Nobody briefs you on how to plan and implement a wedding. Theres no manual, no guide. Yes, you have the advice and opinions of friends and family who have or are in the process of getting married, but it’s a case by case basis depending on your family situation, finances and sanity.