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Merry Christmas 2018!

Pink Wedding Days has now broken up for Christmas and New Year!
We’d like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy Christmas.  We hope that 2019 brings health, wealth and happiness to you and your family.
We’ll be back in the office in early January.
Please feel free to drop us an email. We’ll pick it up once we’re back in the office (and two stone heavier!).
2018 saw the Pink Wedding Days blog nominated and then shortlisted for a UK Blog Award and we can’t wait to hit the ground running in 2019.
We’d like to thank all our followers for their support as well as the gorgeous venues and service providers who advertise on the Pink Wedding Days directory.

See you on the other side xx

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Preparing for the impact of marriage and civil partnerships on wills

by Barbara Stephens, Head of Private Client at Hethertons Solicitors
Over the last decade, the number of people choosing to remarry in later life has risen significantly as attitudes towards divorce and marriage have changed.
In fact, the latest available figures from the Office for National Statistics show that the number of weddings increased for men aged 50 and over and women aged 35 to 45 years and over in 2015 during a period where the number of marriages, in general, was the lowest on record.
Whilst the ‘traditional’ stigma regarding divorce and remarriage may have changed a long time ago, the rules regarding how marriage affects a person’s will haven’t, which has led to increasing tensions between potential beneficiaries.

For the purpose of simplicity, any reference in this article to ‘spouse’ also includes any person who is registered as civil partner, as defined in the Civil Partnership Act 2004 and any reference to marriage also includes the registration of civil partnerships.

The ‘Zen Do’: celebrate your 2019 Hen like the A-list

Sarah Chapman, Head of Hen, Stag & Sten at group travel expert Red7 explains how to create a celeb-inspired, on-trend ‘Zen Do’ that’s all about self-care and relaxation.
It’s official – celebs and the public alike have had enough of Hen Dos that result in memory loss, disturbing flashbacks and waking up curled around a doner kebab. Tacky is out. Healthier, more sophisticated hen dos are on trend for 2019.

The Zen Do is all about celebrating your nuptials with self-care and luxurious activities that leave you and your hens feeling fantastic – and you can make it completely your own.
The trend has been championed by celebrities from Kate Middleton to Lilly Allen, who have opted for more private, elegant and indulgent affairs ahead of their weddings.
Popular activities for rich and famous brides-to-be include yoga classes, lounging on a private beach or by the pool, heading to a villa or chalet and taking private cookery classes from top chefs.
“Wait!” we hear you cry, “What about alcoh…