Wedding Tips & Advice

Our wedding advice articles will help you plan every aspect of your wedding day. Written by wedding industry experts, articles cover all sorts of topics and are full of helpful wedding tips. You'll find topics including styling ideas, hen and stag party guides, entertainment suggestions, honeymoon destinations and more, to help you plan your big day from start to finish.

Latest Wedding Tips Articles

5 Questions to Ask Your Wedding Band

Once you’ve found the perfect act for your big day, what comes next? We look at five questions to ask your wedding band to get you started.

Top 5 Unique Honeymoon Destinations

Top 5 Unique Honeymoon Destinations

Whether you’re into idyllic beaches, immersing yourself in local culture or exploring the great outdoors, take a look at these five unique honeymoon destinations.

A Guide to Veil Lengths and Styles

A Guide to Veil Lengths and Styles

In this guide we look at the most common veil lengths and styles, with tips on how to choose the right veil to complement your wedding dress.

Venues to Suit Different Styles of Wedding

Venues to Suit Different Styles of Wedding

When choosing your wedding venue, why not try and find one that fits in with the style of your wedding? These six wedding venues particularly suit certain styles of wedding.

How to Create Perfect Smokey Eyes

How to Create Perfect Smokey Eyes

Lina Cameron’s seven steps for creating smokey eyes, the perfect dramatic evening make-up look to follow-on from a daytime natural bridal makeover.

Stag Dos in Riga, Latvia

Stag Dos in Riga, Latvia

A Riga stag do offers great activities, the hospitality is second to none, and in Latvia your pound will stretch just that little bit further.

5 Intimate Wedding Venues

5 Intimate Wedding Venues

These five intimate wedding venues are beautiful settings for your big day, whether you are are having a small or large wedding.

Keeping Your Wedding Speech Relevant

Keeping Your Wedding Speech Relevant

If a wedding speech isn’t relevant it is highly likely to fail; audiences have short attention spans. You need to engage their interest from the start.

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