Choosing the right venue for your wedding

As an engaged couple, choosing the right venue will most likely be one of the most important decisions to make before the big day comes. Most wedding venues will be booked months in advance, so it’s best to start browsing right away to avoid any disappointments. For those unsure what they want, or without any particular preference when it comes to the location of your wedding, we’ve prepared a few tips to get you started and point you in the right direction.

The first thing to consider is the amount of guests that will be coming to your wedding hire Essex, as this will be the deciding factor when it comes to the location of your wedding. It’s probably best to list your choices and then narrow them down by getting rid of the ones that would not be able to hold all the people you invited. If you’re planning a large wedding, and simply could not imagine not having everyone you know being there for you on the big day, you will most likely need to look for a more secluded location, such as a country house or a wedding barn.

Right, so that’s done and out of the way. The second thing to look at would be of course the theme and/or styling, so here comes the fun part! At this stage, you should go ahead and visit the venues you have narrowed your list down to, and see which ones are the most appealing to you in terms of the general look and feel of the location. Take notes, or photos if you wish, to help you recall later on what you loved about the venue later when making the final decision.

Last but not least, there’s the money factor. While a small wedding venue that’s not very fancy (or not fancy at all!) will not empty your wallet to the last penny, if you’re really after something unique and want to stand out from the crowd, prepare to pay a lot for booking. Boutique wedding venue, something that becomes more and more popular recently, will not be cheap, but you can be sure your wedding will be one of the kind, so go for it if only your budget allows!

What is Invisalign and is it for you?

Many of us have the same problem. Crooked of imperfect teeth are simply something we are born with, not a result of bad oral hygiene or neglect, and as such you can’t do much to prevent that from happening. You can, however, take very easy and straightforward steps to correct your smile and give yourself a boost of confidence.

There are many solutions available nowadays, most common being corrective braces.

Regular braces

If you’re on a budget, don’t care about the visible wire on your teeth, or a teenager that will actually love the regular braces that can come in many colours, the basic option will do just fine for you. Your dentist sunbury will be able to advise you and provide a price estimate and time frame for your particular case, and in few months you will be enjoying a prefect smile!

Clear braces

For those who simply cannot afford any part of their looks to be out of place, for professionals who need to look the part all the time, or simply for people who prefer a removable solution rather than a fixed one, clear braces will be much better option. Granted, they cost a lot more, but if the looks are important for you and you can afford it, by all means go for it.

Your local dentist middlesex should be able to provide clear braces for you. Every dentist surrey will be able to give advice about the type you should go for, even if they don’t do invisalign braces themselves.

The science behind the transparent braces is quite simple. Invisalign braces straighten your teeth using a series of transparent, practically invisible aligners that are custom made for your teeth only. So instead of fixing ugly wires to your teeth and adjusting them every month, you get a brand new, removable aligner every two weeks that will move your teeth a little. And then the next one will move them a little move, and more, moving your teeth towards the final corrected position.


Clear braces Staines are very comfortable, not to mention removable so you can always remove them from your mouth to clean, unlike their fixed counterpart. As the name suggests, they are transparent and practically invisible, which makes them ideal for professionals, people who lack confidence, or simply for those who value the way they look and don’t want to compromise.