Friday, January 13, 2017

Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life, you want it to be a memorable occasion but how far would you go to make it really stand out? Here’s a look at some of the quirkiest venues across the county where you can tie the knot:

A new corporate events and wedding venue is set to open in Torrington, North Devon, thanks to a £1.2million investment by the Royal Horticultural Society.

Bride: The Wedding Show returns to the historic venue Knebworth House in Hertfordshire for its fifth year on January 7 and 8, 2017 from 10am-4pm.

Historic Waterfront venue, Isaacs on the Quay, has been chosen as regional winner in The Wedding Industry Awards.

A wedding dress catwalk, singers, cakes, flowers and a string quartet were among the bridal delights on offer at Ipswich Hotel’s Wedding Fayre today.

Road improvements and a cycle route joining Weston to other North Somerset towns looks likely go ahead after a £442,000 grant was approved.

For any Norfolk bride-to-be who has always imagined their perfect wedding day, the EDP Wedding Show is making dreams come true.

When planning your big day there are so many crucial details to get right, from choosing the best venue to selecting the perfect dress - but when it comes to the cake, these Norfolk bakers have got you covered.

Inspiration for brides and grooms-to-be at the biggest wedding show in Devon.

Wedding fever is gripping Cheshire-based Coronation Street actress Samia Ghadie, writes Amanda Griffiths

Thousands of brides, grooms, their friends and families attended Bride: The Wedding Show at Tatton Park to get a head-start on their wedding planning.

Anita and Alex had not one... but two Gary Barlows singing for the greatest day of their lives. And one of them turned out to be the real thing

The doors will open this month on the newly-restored Combermere Abbey. Words by Paul Mackenzie

February 29th is the day when, according to tradition, women can pop the question to their significant other. To celebrate, we’ve compiled a list of five of the most unusual wedding proposals in Norfolk.


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Ed Palmer and Emma Kightly were married at March registry office followed by a blessing at St Peter’s Church.

Here are our top ten trends to help keep things fresh and fun when planning a wedding.

Weddings Features

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

A particular group of guests who are always there and seldom specifically catered for are the children. For some reason they are all too often overlooked - unless they are among the bride’s attendants and yet, even the youngest can make or mar the occasion. It is well worth therefore, considering how they should be cared for, looked after and catered for, in order that their parents may enjoy the event, and the rest of the guests not suffer.

Men at the wedding

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Weddings tend to centre on the arrangements and activities of the bride, her mother and the bridesmaids who are all very important players in the ‘production’. There are however men at the celebration too. Indeed without the groom there can be no wedding, but the bride’s father, best man and ushers should not be overlooked because they too have important parts to play.

Wedding Guest Lists

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Guests come into categories - those invited by the respective parents, special friends of the bride and the groom and, often overlooked, partners of named guests.

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