Bridebook is revolutionising wedding planning.
Congratulations on embarking on one of the most exciting journeys of your life! We are here to ensure your wedding planning is as fun and enjoyable as it should be. Gone are the days of stressful hair-pulling and endless spreadsheets as we introduce you to the wonderful world of wedding planning on Bridebook. Being engaged is one of the funnest chapters in your life, so you deserve to make the most of it. After all, when else do you get to dedicate a whole day just to eating cake?
Thanks to Bridebook, personal wedding planners are no longer reserved for the rich and famous. Instead, our team of industry experts and brainiacs have built all the tools you need, including a personalised budget, checklist, venue and supplier search, and guestlist, all in one place for you to plan your dream wedding for free!
Whether you are planning an intimate rustic occasion, a grand city extravaganza or just need a little extra help allocating your budget, Bridebook is here to guide you every step of the way from when you say ‘Yes!’ to when you say ‘I do’.
Now let the fun begin and happy planning!
Hamish & the Bridebook Team
Hamish Shephard tied the knot on the 28th of May 2016 and didn’t use a spreadsheet once!
How Bridebook Began
Bridebook was founded by Hamish Shephard in 2015. When Hamish left a career in banking, he had no idea he was setting himself up to revolutionise wedding planning. His experience in the wedding industry began when he transformed his grandmother’s old home into one of the UK’s leading wedding venues.
During this process, he quickly discovered that most brides spent the majority of their engagement feeling overwhelmed and confused by the whole wedding planning process. Hamish soon became enamoured by the mission to make wedding planning as enjoyable and fun as the wedding day itself. Thus began a journey of inspiration, discovery and creativity… while also secretly doing all of the necessary boring bits in the background.
And the rest is Bridebook!
Hamish now also has his own Evening Standard column, Groom With a View, where he shares his insight as one of the UK’s most prominent wedding experts.