When you first meet with your wedding photographer it is important that you ask certain questions so everyone knows where they stand.
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.
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Some of the reasons why you might want to consider having mini cakes rather than a tiered wedding cake at your wedding reception.
A small wedding band is the best option if you want some kind of live music at your reception but you’re restricted on price, space or budget.
Want to make a statement at your wedding? Then arriving or leaving your wedding reception in a helicopter is without doubt the way to do it.
The most simple and inexpensive DIY wedding table centrepiece designs can be just as stunning as the grander, pricier options.
If you are seeking inspiration for a winter wedding menu, think British and focus on seasonal. Winter is the time when the tastiest of ingredients come to fruition.
Many couples ask a friend or family member to video their wedding day. But is this a good idea, or should you hire a professional wedding videographer?
When it comes to welcome drinks at a wedding reception it’s time to move away from warm orange juice and unappealing glasses of wine.
Instead of ivory or white go for a soft nude colour for your wedding cake. There are many shades of ‘nude’, and your cake maker can mix icing in any colour.
The ultimate, ‘if money were no object’ entertainment schedule for a super, no holds barred, dream wedding.
Whether or not couples have wedding rings for a civil partnership is entirely a matter of personal choice.
The number of classic wedding cars available to hire is huge and the range vast. Classic cars usually date from mid to late 1930s to late ’50s and early ’60s.