Wedding Planning


Vendor Spotlight: Vivienne Adala – Caterer Extraordinaire!
09 Sep 2016

Vendor Spotlight: Vivienne Adala – Caterer Extraordinaire!

It’s been a long while in the making, given the conflicting schedules and over-full to-do lists on both sides, but we finally managed to get a hold of the very busy foodie businesswoman behind Adala Catering and Events as well as Sizzles and Grills for our third installment in our Vendor Spotlight interview series. Vivienne Adala is passionate about food and is one of the masterminds...

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Tips When Choosing Your Wedding MC
27 Apr 2016

Tips When Choosing Your Wedding MC

So you have booked the venue and food, tasted the cake and even confirmed the entertainment; now it’s time to think about who is going to run the show. Choosing a Master or Mistress of Ceremony might seem like a no-brainer. After all, we all have that very talkative cousin who always make everyone laugh. It might seem to be a fairly simple role to...

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THE TOP 11 HONEYMOON DESTINATIONS IN UGANDA YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT
27 Apr 2016

THE TOP 11 HONEYMOON DESTINATIONS IN UGANDA YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT

A challenge faced by many couples is deciding where to go on their honeymoon. Most of the well-known destinations, such as Cape Town, Dubai or Seychelles, are not only very expensive but require a lot of advance planning in acquiring travel visas and booking accommodation. Planning for a honeymoon does not need to be stressful or cost you a lot of money. We have scouted...

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Vendor Spotlight: Jazz Heights
28 Aug 2015

Vendor Spotlight: Jazz Heights

The greatest weddings aren’t those with the biggest budgets or most lavish décor. The weddings that stick in the mind, after the season has ended, are those with a team of hardworking vendors who are interested in working together to make the wedding day an enjoyable and memorable celebration for the couple and their guests. As a planner I am often asked to recommend vendors to brides and...

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Wedding Planning Journal and Keepsake
31 Mar 2015

Wedding Planning Journal and Keepsake

Here at LYNAconcepts, we are no strangers to the fact that wedding planning is tough! It is inevitable that in the lead up to your big day you will be swamped with to-do lists, Post-it notes and an endless list of phone numbers, contact details and dates! Arranging your perfect day takes endless amounts of precision planning, energy and hard work. There is so much...

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Chocolate Frosted Cupcakes
05 Feb 2015

Choosing Your Perfect Wedding Cake

Congratulations!  With so many choices for wedding cakes the decision can be daunting. Here are some considerations when thinking about the perfect cake for your perfect day. HOW MANY TIERS DO YOU NEED? – Dictated somewhat by how many guests you have attending the wedding and whether you are intending to keep the top tier for the christening or first wedding anniversary (this will need to...

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Ombre Wedding Cakes
05 Feb 2015

Questions to Ask Your Cake Designer

Next to the wedding dress, the cake is probably a wedding’s most important icon. Whether you want a traditional multitiered creation, a miniature yacht or a cupcake tower, your wedding should reflect your personality. Use the following questions as a guide to help you evaluate a potential cake designer. Click here for a printer friendly version of  the PDF Questions to Ask Your Cake Designer BUSINESS MATTERS Are you...

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Getting Started With Planning Your Wedding
21 Jan 2015

Getting Started With Planning Your Wedding

You’re getting married, now where to start? After the celebrations and the scramble to unearth your childhood book of wedding dreams, reality sets in. The dress you always fantasized about wearing is best suited for an eight year olds dress-up play date, and that reception theme you dreamed about – what were you thinking!? The key to wedding planning is being informed and do research....

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A Touch of Africa – Weddings
03 Dec 2014

A Touch of Africa – Weddings

Whether you are the bride, groom, MOTB or a guest, you have likely considered adding an ethnic African touch to your event. Other than the traditional cultural dress that is usually donned by the elders at weddings, there are other ways to pay homage to your roots without draping your entire wedding party, ceremony space and reception in Kanga, Kente and Kitenge fabrics. The talented...

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