The Basics of Planning a Corporate Awards Ceremony

So you’re planning on throwing an award ceremony for your employees and to be honest, you definitely don’t want it to be a run of the mill type event! Corporate ultimately have two underlying motives; Primarily, you want to honour and reward your employees for their hard work, you want to make it a show and an event that your … Read More

Serayah Events Ltd. Featured in Cardiff Life, February 2019

We’re absolutely delighted to feature in the latest edition of Cardiff Life for our masquerade styled shoot, as part of their Winter Weddings feature. With lots of input including top tips, suggestions and ideas from Zoë (more of which can be found in her ‘how to plan your wedding’ podcast), as well as lots of images from our beautiful shoot, … Read More

5 Top Tips for Planning the Perfect Party

When you’re organising a fabulous party, be it a birthday party, an anniversary party or any other sort of surprise celebration party, of course you want to be the host (or hostess) with the most (or mostest)! but ideally you want to achieve that without running yourself completely ragged in the lead up to the event AND surely, it’s not … Read More

We’ve Been Featured in ‘Your South Wales Wedding’ Magazine…

… So this month’s super exciting news, is that our gorgeous Woodland Wedding styled shoot, set in the Vale Resort last year, has been featured in the May/June 2018 edition of the wonderful Your South Wales Wedding magazine. We naturally couldn’t be more delighted to see all of our hard work and the fabulous results of our efforts and those … Read More

Behind The Scenes at a Styled Shoot

As you may be able to tell from this blog, one of our very favourite things to do in the world is a styled shoot 🙂 And as you have probably seen, when not doing events, styled shoots and parties, Zoë also has a wedding planning podcast, called The Icing on the Cake.  This podcast is all about giving couples … Read More

How Serayah Events came about…

When you’re from Wales and you meet someone from London, it’s not unusual (forgive me the stereotypical Tom Jones pun!) to receive a comment along the lines of “oh, have they got electricity in Wales now”, or “I didn’t realise you could get online in the Valleys”, a comment typically followed by a crafty snigger on their part celebrating their … Read More