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Scottish highland wear is still going strong at weddings, and the popularity of tartan, kilts and highland wear is no longer simply a Scottish look.
A civil wedding ceremony is entirely secular (non-religious) in content, and conducted by a registrar either at a Register Office or approved venue.
If you’re having a wedding abroad or beach wedding then why not set the theme of your big day with wedding stationery that’s going to say just that?
These cute DIY ribbon drink stirrers are easy to make and will add a little pizzazz to your wedding drinks.
Two people declaring their love to each other deserves entertainment to suit, so here are five of the most romantic wedding entertainment ideas.
If you want an excuse to play with wedding cake flavours, colours and shapes, 2015 is your year. Here are some wedding cake trends to look out for in 2015.
There have certainly been some popular ideas recently, and although they might not be trends as such, here are some top finds for styling weddings in 2015.
Named as the word of the year in 2013, ‘selfie’ is even in the Oxford Dictionary. Now wedding selfies have become more and more common throughout the day.
So, in Julie Gray’s fifth year of trend predictions – what does 2015/16 hold for wedding menus?
There are lots of different types of entertainment to choose from for your wedding drinks reception, but here are some favourites.
When considering whether to invite an ex-partner to your wedding you need to think about why you want to invite them, and how it will make others feel.