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As chosen by wedding professionals!

We’re really proud that our honeymoon fund service is so often chosen by people who themselves work in the wedding industry.

Back in 2013, we wrote about a few bloggers, wedding planners and suppliers who’d used our service for their own weddings, so we thought it might be nice to take another look and introduce you to a few more.

Flipside Bride

Maybe traditional flower bouquets and buttonholes aren’t really you? Perhaps you’d like something a little quirkier? Flipside Bride could be just what you’re looking for!

Handmade by Kerri, each design is individual and lovingly created from buttons, beads, felt and origami paper. As well as bouquets and buttonholes, Kerri makes handfasting cords, wands and other accessories.

Check out this gorgeous felt bouquet:

Or this amazing paper one, with lots of handmade flowers and sparkly bits:

And how about this magnificent Nightmare Before Christmas button bouquet?

Kerri used our service to help fund her honeymoon in 2016 — and she was kind enough to leave us a lovely review on Facebook!

Giddy Kipper

Back in 2013, Giddy Kipper (aka Heidi and Steve Clawson) won the coveted Best Special Touches award at the Wedding Ideas Awards — so we were delighted when they chose our service for their own familymoon in 2015.

They first launched their range of gorgeous handmade wooden products in 2004, and now concentrate on fun, personal and happy prints and cards, largely sold through their Not On The High Street store.

We love this monochrome love arrow print:

A post shared by Heidi Clawson (@giddykipperuk) on

And we completely agree with this!

Steph Sparks Photography

Capturing diversity and love with a cinematic approach, Steph is based in Los Angeles and Orange County.

We love her romantic, honest approach, and were thrilled to learn that she’d chosen our honeymoon registry service for her own wedding back in 2014.

Take a look at this wonderful engagement shot:

And how about this beautiful wedding in Palm Springs?


We’ve used photos from Instagram in this post — and you can follow us there too!