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Inclusive Personalised Gifts – Ft. Love is Designed

Things have been kind of quiet on my own blog frontier; I have to apologise for that. That is predominantly down to the fact that I have recently had my PEGJ feeding tube changed and I’ve had quite a few hiccups pre- and post-op. Currently, I am a little more stable and can take medications, …

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Ways I Think the Wedding Industry Needs to Adapt Surrounding Disability

Hi everyone! I have been slightly quieter on this blog that I would have liked recently. This has been for a variety of reasons really; firstly, I have recently had a significant operation to have a PEGJ feeding tube inserted so have been in and out of surgery due to a few complications there and, …

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Every Ability and Disability Can Dance & Boogie at a Wedding – f.t. Freewheelin Inclusive Dance

Those of you that have followed me for a while may have seen my previous post about the inter-abled formal dance that the wonderful instructor, Helen, at Freewheelin Inclusive Dance has helped my future husband and I to learn. Let’s not lie, we are not the most graceful of pairings and dance floors, spotlights and …

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Wedding Planning Inclusivity Failures (so far…)

Wedding planning is an absolute nightmare at the moment for any bride or groom since we are in the middle of the Covid19 pandemic and at the end of the lockdown period. Things have therefore been slow on the wedding planning front for me if I’m honest as it’s very hard to choose a caterer …

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Inter-abled Formal Dancing for Our First Wedding Dance

I’m just going to come out and say it – I had two left feet before my health deteriorated to the point where I needed the wheelchair and I certainly have two left wheels now if that’s even a thing! Honestly though, if you’ve been following along in our wedding first dance journey on Instagram …

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Communicating with Wedding Suppliers about my Health Prior to “The Big Day”

It’s no secret that weddings involve a multitude of emails whizzing to and fro between each of your vendors in the months preceding your big day. As time-consuming and stressful as this windfall of emails can seem, it is absolutely imperative that all of these questions are asked and are answered. If you can give …

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How do I choose an accessible Wedding videographer? ft. Keeley Wedding Films

I wanted to kick off my accessible wedding series through featuring a company that is very close to my heart. Grace and Brad from Keeley Films (@keeleyweddingfilms) are the couple who were the videographers during Richard’s surprise proposal. If you’re new to this blog, first of all I want to welcome you of course, but …

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The Copthorne Hotel, Sheffield

The Copthorne Hotel in Sheffield (https://www.millenniumhotels.com/en/sheffield/copthorne-hotel-sheffield/) is a really central hotel and restaurant complex that is situated in the very heart of Sheffield city centre. This hotel would be perfect for those staying in Sheffield to make the most of its lively theatre and music scenes, those visiting Sheffield for corporate business or even guests …

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