Five ways to add a little Ginspiration to your Wedding Day

As part of my Ginuary celebrations I am delighted to feature a guest blog by Rachel Murphy, an awesomely creative wedding photographer, based in Berkshire. 

Scroll down to read Rachel's ideas on how you can make gin a stylish part of your big day. - Rebecca , Hugo's Workshop

1. Gin bottle table plan - collect your favourite gin bottles, you'll need one for each table (this is not one for dry January!) Display them at the entrance to your wedding breakfast with a list of names for each table.


2. Gin miniature place settings - Once your guests have found their table (thanks to the gin bottle table plan!) they will be looking for their seat. Miniature gin bottles with personalised name labels are just the way - you could even make your own flavoured gin!


3. Gin bottle centre pieces - to tie in with the table plan, each table could have the associated gin brand bottle as the centre piece, filled with your chosen wedding florals.


4. Signature cocktail - these have been popular throughout 2018 and are set to continue into 2019. Hire a mixologist to create a signature cocktail including your favourite gin.


5. Gin bar - Hire a mobile gin bar to serve your guests throughout the day! Perfect for outdoor weddings, they come in all shapes and sizes.


If this has helped then you can read the full gin-lovers wedding guide here 

Rachel specialises in creative wedding photography in and around Berkshire.

Her super power is putting couples at ease, enabling them to relax and enjoy their day whilst capturing beautiful images for them to look back on when they're old and grey.

www.rachel-lou-photography.com

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Posted by Rebecca De Jager on January 4th 2019

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