A look at both the practical, planning side of a multicultural wedding, plus some examples of how you can incorporate different cultures into your big day.
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Many livery halls offer a stately home feel that’s so desirable for weddings, but in the city. These five London livery halls are perfect for weddings.
Know your MUAs from your MOBs, and your OOSs from your TOGs? Brides, you need this quick guide to wedding industry acronyms and abbreviations.
It’s imperative that if you do decide to have children at your wedding they must be catered for and built into the plan.
Organising your wedding table plan can be one of the most difficult parts of your planning process. Here are some tips on how to organise your wedding table plan, plus an insight into what traditions dictate.
Sometimes you can overlook some of the little things which will make your wedding guests comfortable and happy, but these tips will keep your guests smiling all day.
A look at the legal requirements and process for a religious wedding ceremony, with the main focus on the Anglican Church of England.
All of the essential questions every couple should ask when they visit a wedding venue for show-round.
A civil wedding ceremony is entirely secular (non-religious) in content, and conducted by a registrar either at a Register Office or approved venue.
Sadly things happen where couples feel disappointed and let down by a wedding supplier, and this is the process you should go through if this happens to you.
We look at the traditional wedding top table seating plan layout, plus some alternatives if this doesn’t work for you and your circumstances.
When planning a wedding there will often be expectations from those around you. Ask yourself – are you planning the wedding you really want?
A handwritten thank you goes a long way, but if you don’t fancy matching thank you cards to your wedding stationery, what are your alternatives?
There are so many types of wedding ceremony, but it’s amazing how many people still believe that you only have the choice of religious or civil wedding ceremonies.
Spring and summer always seem to steal the limelight when it comes to weddings, but autumn is a beautiful time of year, and not one to overlook.
Visiting potential wedding venues is an exciting and important part of the wedding planning process. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your visits.
Before you start designing your very personal blank canvas, this marquee wedding checklist will set you on the right path.
Vintage themed weddings with pretty cups and saucers are still very popular, but why not go one further and have a wedding tea party?
Barns are a popular choice for weddings. They’re spacious yet intimate, and full of charm and character with many unique features.
Knowing just how unpredictable spring weather can be, it’s wise to cover all bases when it comes to your choice of spring wedding venue.
If you are wondering how to involve your children in your wedding ceremony then The Sand Ceremony is a simple and meaningful idea to consider.
For pure luxury and locations with that real wow factor, here are five of the best places in the world to ask for your loved one’s hand in marriage.
Here are some top tips to help you plan your wedding budget. Without a firm total budget in mind it’s not a good idea to start wedding planning – you will almost certainly overspend.
Snow-covered rustic barns and country houses are perfect for a Christmas wedding and will help create a fairytale setting for your special day.
Whatever your wedding budget is, you need to stick to it. We asked three top wedding planners to share their ideas on the best ways to cut wedding costs
With landscaped gardens and manicured lawns, here are eight garden wedding venues to consider if you want to enjoy the outdoors on your big day.
Believe it or not, your dream wedding venue doesn’t have to cost the earth. Here are some suggestions for great wedding venues for couples on a budget.
Registering a civil partnership is a two step process. Firstly, you will need to give notice of your intention to register, and secondly, actually register the civil partnership.
All couples need to be aware of the needs of their pregnant and new parent wedding guests, so here are six things to bump and baby proof at your wedding.
Here are some examples of the kind of information you should tell your wedding venue so they can ensure your day runs smoothly.