Best ways to remember lost loved ones at your wedding
Honouring friends and family who have passed away can be a meaningful and beautiful part of your wedding, whether you choose to have a public tribute for all your guests to see or a private one for only your partner and yourself (or a bit of both). Whichever way you choose, you should consider the emotional impact it may have on you as well as on your guests, especially if you're still coming to terms with your loss.
Sexy and revealing wedding dresses at New York Bridal Week
We sent our lovely editor-at-large Peta Hunt on a front-row rampage to take a glimpse at the bridal fashion coming our way in 2016. After seeing hundreds of dresses and meeting with tip-top designers, she's returned to the UK with a very clear idea of the latest trends. And one of those is the undeniably sexy outfits on offer from the likes of Theia and Pronovias. If you're body-confident and looking to accentuate your enviable curves on your wedding day, look no further…
Wedding dresses from Ellis Bridals
Brides looking for the wow factor won't be disappointed when you see this new collection of wedding dresses. Whether you're a fan of a flirty fishtail or a full-skirted princess dress, the embellishment and intricate detail of each dress will blow you - and your guests - away.
Bride and groom send food bill to couple who didn't turn up to their wedding
Managing guestlists and RSVPs has become known as one of the less enjoyable parts of planning a wedding. And, we think this tale from a couple in America will definitely get you thinking about who's right and who's wrong. Have a read and tell us below - whose side are you on?
The essential wedding glossary for grooms
Does your husband-to-be glaze over every time you talk wedding? Chances are he hasn’t a clue what you’re on about. Remember he won't know the wedding terms we've all been making secret Pinterest boards about for the last two years. This is all new to him, and there's some bridal language that isn't as self-explanatory as you might think. Take a look at wedding-words from the man’s perspective…
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