Your wedding day is extremely personal to you, but – ahem – not immune to outside influence. And not just the aesthetic Pinterest mood board kind. A study by wedding app Bridebook has found that Coronavirus has directly impacted 64% of 2020 marriages— affecting when, where, and how weddings take place.Living through a global pandemic has altered our perception in many areas of life, and...
In the modern world we’re disconnected from our food. When the cupboards and fridge run bare, we make a list, and visit a supermarket. Here, we can find all the food we need, sat in neat rows on white shelves, sealed in plastic. The wild hunt, reduced to a stroll around some aisles with pop music infusing our thoughts.
Not that long ago in human history sourcing our food wouldn’t have been so easy…so bland. We’d have needed to capture, catch, cultivate, and forage our dinner. No mean feat, but intrinsically rewarding, because the joy of finding our own food is primal. It’s written into our DNA.
This, amongst many other reasons is why foraging is exploding in popularity.
You’ve experienced your own wedding once already. Perhaps it was a while ago. Perhaps you cringe when you look back. Perhaps it was everything you dreamed of, at the time. Perhaps you don’t know what to make of it now, and looking back isn’t helping you approach your second wedding....