Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Clare Perkins, who was recently named one of the country’s top 30 mask makers, uses silk and Chantilly lace in her wedding creations.

Gemma Titmarsh explains why she feels the wedding sector has been left behind during the pandemic – and how she’s managed to salvage her business.


Edward Taylor and Tiffany Donoghue, both from St Ives, were married at Huntingdon Register Office on July 25.

The wedding of Naomi Gill, formerly of St Neots, and Alex Nethaway, from Wyboston, took place at St Neots Parish Church on Saturday, August 8, with 30 guests in attendance.

Three events companies have teamed up to give people the chance to win a free wedding venue for next year.

A Congresbury couple will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Saturday.

A wedding planned in a few weeks was a perfect success

Two Suffolk wedding experts explain why more intimate nuptials may be the way forward – and how these are being made as safe as possible

Three Suffolk couples share how they’ve had to change their party plans as airports remain closed and social distancing measures persist.

Popworld & Zinc nightclub is due to open in Weston next month.

A four star hotel in North Somerset has been chosen as the Wedding Venue Of The Year 2019.

The wedding venue is often top of the list of priorities for couples planning their big day. Here a wedding planner at one of the top venues near Hitchin and Luton, which is staging a special exhibition on January 19, explains why…

Plan your perfect day with the Bride team at Braxted Park.

Barrister Rachel Barrett and civil servant Jonny Richards are the first mixed sex couple to sign a civil partnership at Tower Hamlets Register Office.

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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