Weddings

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Have you ever fancied driving a bus? That was the question Stagecoach East were asking when they held two driver open days to let members of the general public test out their skills.

With so many couples getting engaged over the Christmas holidays, Jane Telfer, a wedding co-ordinator at Trinity Hall, shares her advice on planning the perfect wedding day.

Searching for the perfect wedding venue? Then take a look at Bride magazine’s Online Venue Guide for 2018.

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Witches and druids from around the country flocked to Northam Burrows to witness the marriage of a Bideford couple.

The whole of Fremington has clubbed together to pull off the last request of a man with terminal cancer – to marry his partner of 25 years.

A Suffolk bridal firm making ‘memorial veils’ featuring the names of loved ones who have died says it is getting enquiries from all over the country.

In an exclusive interview with the Cambridge Independent, the bus boss reaffirmed his commitment to greener, smarter travel

A Suffolk wedding boutique has started receiving enquiries from across the country for an unusual personalised service, after it was originally conceived as a one-off.

Whether it’s a stately country manor house or seafront hotel, Kent has the perfect venue for your ceremony

A cancer survivor running the 2017 Virgin London Marathon for Welwyn Hatfield-based charity Willow tied the knot on Cutty Sark before today’s big race.

The Garden Room is North Devon’s newest - and one of the largest - wedding venues, set in RHS Rosemoor in Torrington.

A campaign for traffic calming in Sudbury’s most polluted street has been launched.

With four centuries of exposure to the elements – and the need for oak timbers so large they were unavailable in Britain this is not your average barn conversion.

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Brides-to-be have the chance to gain some inspiration for their forthcoming big day at the county’s oldest wedding fair in St Albans this weekend.

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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