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Welcome to Wedding Days, the UK’s newest Wedding Directory. Here you will find everything you could ever need for planning your big day! Whether you’re looking for a spark of inspiration or a step by step guide to a particularly challenging part of your ceremony or reception, our team are on hand to provide unbeatable resources and ideas, making your journey into married life more perfect and memorable than you ever dreamed possible.

If you’re just getting started then it can help to begin with our real weddings section; or if you know what you’re looking for, navigate through our list of great local suppliers on the left.

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How to Handle Photos on Social Media at the Wedding

In a world of hashtags, photo filters and status updates, it is inevitable that your wedding will end up on social media in some way, shape or form. Whilst many couples don’t mind their wedding being a shared event, others like to keep their special day private – something which can be particularly difficult when [...]


So You’re Engaged…

A really good friend of mine recently got engaged, and after all the screaming, ‘OMG you’re getting marrieds’ and  a little more screaming, I asked her what must have seemed like a million wedding-related questions. Then I realised she, like any newly-engaged bride-to-be, would be hit by a wave of manic planning very soon, and [...]

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How to Organise your Table Plans like a Pro

When it comes to wedding planning, it can be troubling enough deciding who to invite to your wedding in the first place, before you even think about your reception seating plan! Designing the seating layout can seem daunting, but it needn’t be. We’re here to answer some of the most frequently asked questions on placing [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: Handling the “Helpers” When Planning a Wedding

I’ve never planned a wedding before so I’m more than happy to hold my hands up and say I’m pretty clueless when it comes to most of the details. What I do have is a pretty clear idea of what we want and the budget we have to work with, so when people around us [...]


The Biggest Myth You’ve Been Told…

The biggest myth in the history of engagement rings has got to be this: A man should spend three months’ salary on an engagement ring. This widely held-on-to myth actually originated as a result of a marketing campaign by diamond producer De Beers in the 20th century. At the start of De Beers’ campaign in [...]


Real Wedding: Lois and Ed

The beautiful photos from Lois and Ed’s special day come courtesy of Lime leaf Photography. Photographer, Henley, had this to say: “Lois and Ed had planned their wedding for two years from where they are living in London. They originally chose a different venue for their reception until one night Lois had a dream about [...]


Real Wedding: Iain and Nadine

Iain and Nadine married in a beautiful ceremony at Fitzroy Gardens in Melbourne, Australia. Enjoy the beautiful photography from their special day by Jonathan Ong.


The Perfect ‘Perfect’ Day

‘Perfect’ is the much associated word with weddings. The perfect dress.  The perfect shoes. The perfect flowers. The perfect weather. The perfect hair. The perfect day. A subjective word if ever there was one – can anything ever be perfect? How is perfect defined? And why would anyone aspire to ‘perfect’? This blog is inspired [...]


Real Wedding: Jess and Tom

Jess and Tom’s wedding was sprinbkled with beautiful touches – from the bride’s red Jimmy Choos to her intricate hair piece and gorgeous bouquet. Oh the groom looks pretty dashing in his outfit too. This is what photographer Mark Buckley from Flash Charlie Wedding Photography had to say: “Since I met with Tom and Jess [...]


Real Wedding: Gemma and Steve

Gemma and Steve married in a beautiful, elegant ceremony. The stunning photographs are by Lime Leaf Weddings and photographer Henley had this to say: “Gemma and Steve are one of those couples who are so in love with each other that you can’t help but love them for it, especially when your job is to [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: The Great Name Change Debate

When you get engaged, it’s a pretty special feeling and for a couple of weeks at least, you feel as if nothing really matters other than table plans, dress hunting and generally thinking ahead to planning the most perfect day. Fast forward a few months and other things start to creep in other than the [...]

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An Unashamedly Romantic Post

While reading up on wedding news (part of the daily routine) I came across this story from about a year ago, all about the popularity of wedding blogs and in particular real weddings and how many brides are determined to see their perfect day on a wedding blog. The article covered aspects of why brides [...]

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We’re Giving Away a Pair of V Festival Day Tickets with the #RoKVFest Competition!

You read it right; Ready or Knot have a pair of day tickets for V Festival at Weston Park on Saturday 16th August! There are plenty of amazing artists playing including The Killers, Lily Allen, Paolo Nutini and many more! How to Enter You can enter by heading to our Facebook page and telling us [...]

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Wedding Cake Practicalities

It is the endless amount of possibilities that make choosing a wedding cake difficult. Do you go for fruit or sponge? Three layers or four? And what about decoration? Whilst these decisions are important, there are several other practical aspects you need to consider when it comes to planning your cake. This could be deciding [...]


Nick and Charlotte’s ‘Chinglish’ Wedding

Stories are what remain after an event has passed from present to past. Take the Titanic – it’s not the fact that 31.6 per cent of passengers and crew survived or the fact that it took 74 years for the wreckage to be found that draws people in. It is the stories or friends, of [...]


Our Favourite Celebrity Brides

The best thing about a celebrity wedding? Without doubt, the stunning (sometimes ridiculous) dress. Here are a few of my absolute favourite celebrity wedding dresses: Grace Kelly Image Source   Poppy Delevingne Image Source   Reese Witherspoon Image Source   Kaley Cuoco Image Source   Blair Waldorf (Technically not a ‘celebrity’ bride but I love [...]


A Humanist Devonshire Wedding

Anna and Corin married in a humanist ceremony at Anna’s father’s house – a gorgeous old mill. We love all the fun touches, like racing rubber ducks in the stream, bowls and hula-hooping. The beautiful photography is by Lime Leaf Wedding Photography.

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How To: Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses

Mismatched bridesmaid dresses look absolutely gorgeous – I love that each of the bridesmaids gets to radiate their own personality and sense of style. There are definitely a few rules to abide by if you’re going for mismatched dresses for your bridesmaids. Ways to mismatch: Different shades of the same colour   Image source: South [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: We’ve Found Our Venue!

Since getting engaged back in October 2013, we’ve gone back and forth over the kind of venue we want for our wedding. We’ve looked at hotels and also considered a registry office and village hall reception. A couple of weeks back we heard of an unusual venue choice and after looking at photos of it, [...]


Destination Wedding: Laid Back Beach Chic in New Zealand

Ever since I witnessed a beautiful beach wedding on a gorgeous white sand Kenyan beach, on holiday as an eight-year-old, I’ve had a soft spot for destination weddings. Specifically destination beach weddings. Add into the mix that New Zealand happens to be one of my favourite places in the entire world and Victoria and Peter’s [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: How am I Going to Dress 8 Bridesmaids?

I had never before thought of who I would have as my bridesmaids. I’m extremely lucky to have some fantastic ladies in my life and choosing between them was always going to be tough. After getting engaged I realised I just couldn’t choose between my closest friends and made the decision that however ludicrous it [...]


Sweetheart Tables – the Alternative to Head Tables

Almost everyone has different things they would like to implement on their big day. For some it’s the Vera Wang or Jenny Packham, for others the sparkly Jimmy Choos, perhaps a horse-drawn carriage, doves released as they say their vows or a specific first song. For me (as well as lots of flowers – everywhere), [...]


Lace, Rain and a Quintessentially English Day

Helen and Alex’s wedding was a quintessentially English affair. With the ceremony in the lush green grounds of Huntsham Court, the bride in a lace dress, the regal reception setting and even a touch of British rain. The photography from their beautiful wedding day is by Lime Leaf Weddings.


6 Little Ways to Save for Your Wedding

Saving for a wedding is no mean feat – after you’ve decided on the venue and know what it will cost you, you’ll have a good idea of the cost you’ll be incurring for your big day. There are plenty of useful guides online to help you figure out the average cost of the wedding [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: Preparing for the First Wedding as an Engaged Person

Recently, we had an invitation through the post to a wedding of Jon’s old school friend. We’ve been invited to the whole day and I’ve never met the couple before – Jon hasn’t actually met the fiancée given that the couple only met a few months back. A whirlwind romance by all accounts. The wedding [...]

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To Ask or Not to Ask?

To ask or not to ask? When it comes to proposing that is the question – not whether to pop the question itself but whether a man should ask his (hopefully) future father in law before asking the woman in question. Women are no longer seen as ‘possessions’ to be passed from father to husband, [...]


Classic, Contemporary and Christmassy

If I could describe Teresa and Steven’s big day very succinctly I would say it was a fusion of classic and contemporary with a sprinkle of festive. Their December wedding was laden with gorgeous touches such as the birdcage centre pieces with candles and festive ornaments. Take a look at the beautiful photographs from their [...]

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A Facebook Romance and a Romantically Rustic Wedding

Kirsty and Chris’s story is truly a 21st century love story, the couple met in their first year of university and reconnected with the aid of Facebook seven years later. What do we love about their wedding? The gorgeous cheese board with its rustic touches, the bouquet with its ‘hand-picked’ appearance, the ice-cream van and [...]


High Street Wedding Dresses

For every bride who dreams of a Vera Wang or Jenny Packham there are at least a couple for whom dresses around the £1500-plus are a little of their price range. So, if you think you have to spend a whole lot of money to look drop-dead stunning on your wedding day, let the Great [...]


Diary of a Bride-to-be: We’ve Moved. Project Wedding is on!

If you’ve read any of the earlier posts you’ll know that since the start of the year we’ve been trying to buy our first ever house, which due to its location by a river hasn’t been easy, but I’m pleased to say it’s now done and we’re in – project house done! I like to [...]


How to Create the Ultimate Wedding Spreadsheet

Perhaps not the most romantic thing you’ll do in the run up to your wedding, creating a spreadsheet sounds boring and laborious. As dry as it sounds, creating a spreadsheet is a free and simple way to keep the organisation of your wedding, well, organised! If you’re itching to get your thoughts in order, open [...]


Life (and Love) Lessons from a Twelve Year Old

Quite often in the wedding world it’s so easy to get caught up in the quest for supposed perfection for one day. The perfect dress the 14-year-old inside the bride-to-be always envisaged herself at the top of the aisle in. The perfect bouquet of peonies, in the exact specified shade of corals and pinks and [...]

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Score the Ready or Knot World Cup Pamper Pack with our Twitter Competition!

To celebrate the start of the World Cup, Ready or Knot are giving away a pamper pack to one of our lucky Twitter followers. Whether you’ll be getting into the World Cup, or you would rather avoid the whole thing altogether, the pamper pack is the perfect way to celebrate a win, commiserate a loss [...]


Seasonal Summer Flowers

The wonderful thing about summer? A part from the long, hazy days, sunshine and clear skies and strawberries and cream, I would say flowers. Lots of them. Everywhere. Pretty peonies in pinks and creams, dainty daisies scattering green fields, delicate, fragrant sweet peas – the list goes on, but basically means summer brides are spoilt [...]


A Time for Tea and a Time to Serenade

Like every wedding that catches the attention there is something unique and sweet about David and Liz’s wedding and their story. Prior to meeting they each had their own idea of the type of wedding they would one day have but once they were together both those ideas were replaced with an amalgamation of both [...]


5 Ways to Cut the Cost of Your Wedding Flowers

When it comes to wedding planning, the flowers can often be one of the most expensive elements on your ‘to buy’ list. If the current estimated cost of the flowers on your budget spreadsheet is somewhat frightening, it is time to get savvy about your blooms. Here are five brilliant ways to cut the costs [...]

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Handmade Wedding Treats and Activities for the Kids

Unless you have children yourself, the decision on whether or not to allow your guests to bring their children to your wedding can be a difficult one. If you had always dreamt of a quiet tranquil wedding in a luxurious country manor, the thoughts of having little ones running around your reception are perhaps not [...]


Reasons Grace Kelly RoKs

More than half a century after her ‘wedding of the century’ to Monaco’s Prince Rainier III, Grace Kelly still remains, in my book, one of the most beautiful brides that ever was. Everything  about her on her wedding day radiated beauty, elegance and  charm. Her bridal gown, complete with intricate lace appliqué bodice, delicate veil [...]

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Honeymoon Make-Up Essentials

On a recent holiday to Bali (definitely where I’d rather be right now) there were gorgeous turquoise waters, sandy beaches, clear skies and everything one would expect of a tropical holiday destination. Also I noticed there were a few categories of people, the first and most common category had make-up running down their faces quicker [...]


Diary of a Bride-to-be: My First Irrational Bridezilla Moment

I’m not the sort of person that would aim to beat another’s special day. Well, I thought I wasn’t that person, that was until last week when I discovered that my Maid of Honour has been asked to be a bridesmaid in the same month that we are planning to have our wedding. I think [...]

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What is in a Proposal?

Last week I wrote about how the essence of love and romance could be found in the simplest and sweetest of gestures, well I have a couple of real life examples of this to illustrate. There’s a man – let’s call him Jim – who proposed to his now-wife, on the phone. In casual conversation. [...]


And the Bride Played Stevie Wonder…

Claudia and Ben married in a beautiful ceremony followed by a 60s influenced Italian/English reception. We hope you love looking through the beautiful pictures of their day, by Steve Gerrard Photography. My favourite thing about this wedding? Well, apart from the  beautiful all-white bouquet and an adorable couple evidently brimming with love, it has to be [...]


5 Beautiful Outdoor Wedding Venues in the UK

Given the varied and often unsavoury British weather, you can’t blame many newlyweds-to-be for planning an indoor wedding – particularly if their wedding is in the latter half the year. However, if you’re planning for your wedding to be held in spring or summer, why not consider an outdoor venue? As architecturally beautiful as Britain’s [...]


Competition Time! Are you Ready to #RoKtheSpaDay?

This month, we’re taking our prize to Twitter by asking you to follow us and RT the tweet below for your chance to win a luxury spa day for 2! Simply RT this tweet and be sure to follow us, it’s as easy as that! *COMPETITION!* For your chance to win a spa day for [...]


Flowers: What Not to Choose

Flowers are as synonymous with weddings as cakes are with birthdays. They add colour, beauty and gorgeous scent to any ceremony or reception, however there are some flowers you will want to avoid on your big day (for practical and superstitious reasons). Firstly I love lilies but brides and bridesmaids will want to avoid this [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: Why I’m Choosing Lily of the Valley for my Wedding Flowers

There are so many things I’m still hugely up in the air about when it comes to the wedding plans (venue, date, you know, the little details!) but one thing I’ve been set on from the start is finding a way to incorporate Lily of the Valley into my wedding flowers. Lily of the Valley [...]


Love and Romance: Found in the Simple or Extravagant?

From proposing on top of the Eiffel Tower (Tom and Kate), in front of a 50-piece orchestra (Kanye and Kim) and on top of a 14,000 ft glacier (Seal and Heidi), celebrity proposals can be a little, ‘extravagant’. Not so George Clooney who proposed to his now-fiancée, Amal Alamuddin, over a dinner he cooked for [...]


Yellow, The Colour of Sunshine, Daffodils and Pretty Bridesmaid Dresses

When Charley and Paul began planning their wedding the idea was to marry close to home, however after they came across Trevenna Barns it was the only place they wanted to marry – even though it was a good five hours from their home! Judging by their beautiful wedding photos we think it was a [...]

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Beautiful Black & White Wedding Photography

There is something timeless and elegant about black and white wedding photography. White dresses shine brighter and black suits appear darker, creating a dramatic contrast in your pictures that looks very glamorous and ‘Old Hollywood’. The play of light and shadow can be used to create interesting and artistic shots. Grayscale is also very forgiving [...]

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5 Considerations When Choosing a Wedding Band

If you are now at the point where you’re deciding on which band to choose you will undoubtedly be overwhelmed with the amount of choice available to you. Some couples are lucky enough to share the same taste in music whilst others will have very different musical preferences; this is a tricky hurdle to overcome [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: My First Actual Nightmare about the Wedding

My mum text me the other day to say she had purchased her hat for the wedding. There is no date, no venue, no theme, but she’s still gone ahead and bought a hat. We chatted via text for a while about how ridiculous this was and then I guess the wedding was just on [...]

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DIY Wedding Garland Ideas

Garlands, bunting and paper chains are a great way to decorate many types of venue or marquee. They add colour and can help to tie your theme together. Whether flapping in the wind at your outdoor wedding or bedecking the beams of your barn ceremony, garlands and bunting can be very low cost if you [...]

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Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue – Will You Be Sticking to Tradition?

Most of us will be familiar with this poem, but what are its origins and what part will it play in your wedding? Let’s delve deeper into the meaning, taking it line for line. Something Old This is supposedly to act as a symbol of continuity for the bride, remembering her past and her family [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: On the Hunt for Budget Bridal Wear

I’ve yet to trawl the bridal shops in search of the perfect wedding dress, however one thing I’m sure of is that it has to be reasonably priced. We’ve set a budget for the whole wedding and a Jenny Packham gown (however utterly gorgeous they are) would wipe out about half of it. With this [...]


Shakespeare? Corinthians? Try Winnie the Pooh and Dr Seuss

While traditionally its Shakespeare and Corinthians who are synonymous with wedding readings, increasingly its children’s literature that is playing a much more prominent role in weddings. Winnie the Pooh, Margery Williams, Edward Monkton and Dr Seuss are all used by brides and grooms wishing to inject a little personality. While religious literature, poetry or traditional [...]

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Have Yourself a Yellow Wedding

From marigold to lemon there are so many different shades of yellow that can be incorporated into a wedding theme. Whether the sunshine shade is used to complement green or blue or used on its own, I think it looks fab – especially at this time of the year.


A Boost from a Bridesmaid

As I’ve alluded to in my previous posts, Jon and I are spending practically no time at all on organising anything for the wedding at the moment, in fact we don’t even really talk about it. It’s that thing in the back of our minds that we really want to get excited about but just [...]


A Magician, Casino and VW…

Sarah and Neal married in a Church in which three generations of Sarah’s family have married, and followed this with a gorgeous reception complete with a magician, crazy golf and a casino. The beautiful photos below are by Caroline Lucy Photography.                                     How we met: Through friends on a Where’s Wally fancy dress night out! How would [...]

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7 Summer Wedding Marquee Décor Accessories We Love

Marquees allow you to enjoy all the beauty of being outside but without the danger that your day will be spoilt by the unpredictable British weather. There are a range of additional facilities that can be supplied with marquees such as dance floors and furniture to really make them comfortable. When all decked out, wedding [...]


Summer-Proof your Makeup

Summer is a gorgeous season, the smell of freshly cut grass, pretty blooms providing kaleidoscopic colour, bright afternoon sunshine, long, hot evenings. The cons? The fact that makeup decides to slide off at super speed. This is annoying at the best of times, for a bride however, it can be a nightmare, but there are [...]

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Dress, Check? Fabulous,now for the Lingerie…

The wedding dress is probably the most prioritised item after the venue on any bride’s pre-wedding list, but lingerie is just as important and often overlooked. It’s akin to choosing the most scrumptious dessert as the crescendo to a below-average meal or the most beautifully wrapped gift box with nothing inside. No matter how beautiful [...]


Beautiful Vintage Elegance

Ruth and Kirk had a beautiful ceremony at St Nicholas Church, Boldmere, The Old School House, Weeford. The beautiful photography is by Paul Pope Photography.   Can you tell us, briefly, how you met? My friend was going out with one of Kirk’s best friends they introduced us and the rest is history. How would [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: Just Keep Pinning

With our move inching ever closer, my time to pour over Pinterest and pin my dream wedding ideas has gone from a pinch to absolute zero. I knew I had a blog post coming up and I’ll admit it, I’m using you as an excuse to steal 30 minutes of unadulterated pinning bliss, masking this [...]


A Lovely Wedding Reading

Edward Monkton’s a Lovely Love Story is one of my favourite wedding readings (a part from anything Shakespeare) but another one of his lesser known writings is Love Monkey. I think it’s such a sweet wedding reading, check it out for yourself and let us know what you think: “It was once custom that every [...]


A Bouquet of Brooches and a Cake of Cheeses

On a sunny April afternoon I am fully nostalgic for the festive season, perhaps a few months too late or a few months too early, either way Christmas trees, twinkling lights and snowflakes are very much missed – all thanks to Frances and Tom’s beautiful winter wedding photos. As well as the Christmas feel, what [...]


Diary of a Bride-to-be: The Nightmare of Discovering My Dad Has Written a Speech

I went to visit my dad over the weekend and we shot the breeze over a few beers. He’s often teased that he’s had his wedding speech planned out for years, but this weekend I discovered the dreaded father-of-the-bride speech has been written. My dad is carrying it around in his wallet and won’t let [...]


5 Wedding Towers for Traditional Cake Haters

Wedding cake as we know it is such a huge tradition, yet many of us would often prefer a different sweet treat when faced with a fruit cake covered in royal icing. If you are thinking about ditching the traditional wedding cake in favour of another sweet (or savoury) tower then the following ideas might [...]


Diary of a Bride-to-be: Can I Have the Dog at the Wedding?

Jon and I have a dog called Reuben. We adopted him from a rescue centre last May and he’s taken over our lives completely, we love him ridiculous amounts. However, faithful hound he ain’t.  I’ve no doubt in my mind he would happily watch me get kidnapped, rolling over to show my kidnappers his belly [...]


Flawless and Cruelty Free Makeup For Your Wedding Day

If you, like so many others are kicking back against the cosmetics companies that have chosen to test their products on animals, the chances are you are already thinking about which brands you’ll be choosing to wear on your big day. With a little bit of research and creativity, you can prepare your wedding day [...]


What Disney Tells us About Love…

If you know anything about Disney movies it’ll probably be this indisputable truth: Love plays a part in every Disney movie, ever, resulting in some cute, romantic quotes which can be used as inspiration and as part of your wedding. The ones below are just a few of my favourites – but if you wanted [...]


Smartphone Apps To Transform Your Wedding Photography

It’s the biggest day of your life, you all look amazing, so it stands to reason that you are going to want to capture that in the form of beautiful, professional photography. Whilst a talented photographer will always be important to a wedding day, there are now an abundance of Apps that you and your [...]

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Love at First Sight

Abby and Liam knew they would ‘always be together’ as soon as they met at 13 and about a decade later they married in a beautifully unique DIY village wedding. Our favourite story from the day has to be the groom forgetting his vows and having to read them from his phone and the bride [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: Starting My Wedding Playlist

Our wedding is at least a year away so there is no real rush with a lot of things Jon and I discuss, but one thing we have started is our wedding playlist. Music forms a huge part of our life, Jon has been in various bands and whilst I can’t hold a note or [...]


Matching Your Food to Your Wedding Theme

Choosing a theme can be tough enough in itself; a quick Pinterest scour or flick through the glossy magazines will show you dozens of different wedding styles, all of which looking stunning in their own right. Throwing the food into the mix often raises the question of which food really goes with the theme you’ve [...]

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Wedding Beauty Checklist

So you have that ring on your finger, a date in the diary and now you want to make sure you look and feel amazing on your big day but don’t know where or when to start? Allow me to present this little checklist which should set you on your way! One year before the [...]

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Alternatives to Diamonds

Convention would have you believe that an engagement ring is not an engagement ring unless it boasts a huge, sparkly diamond, but let’s face it – not every bride is going to want a diamond. What if you’re newly engaged and want a something else completely – like a sapphire or a ruby or a [...]

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4 Cute Ideas for Children’s Wedding Flowers

When it comes to children in the wedding party, asking them to keep hold of a little bouquet or wear a buttonhole can be a challenge. The following ideas are simple but gorgeous ways to incorporate flowers into children’s wedding attire. Daisy Chain Headbands A daisy chain head band looks absolutely beautiful and won’t weigh [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: My Big Fat Vegetarian Wedding

I’ve been a vegetarian for 14 years and Jon has been a vegetarian for 3 years so to me, it stands to reason that we would opt for an all vegetarian wedding. Since raising this with friends and family, most have replied along the lines of “absolutely, why would you pay for food you won’t [...]

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Almost too Pretty to Eat…

Cakes are one of my favourite things about weddings – honestly I’d probably seriously consider getting married for the cake-tasting alone – so I thought I’d share some photos of beautiful cakes with you. They’re by Sweetness and look almost too stunning to eat!


A Highland Romance

Siri and Anthony married in a Highland ceremony at Rosewell’s Garden in Fife.Look through beautiful photos of their day, by Inverve.


The Questions you Need to Ask your Florist

Can you show me examples of your work? Portfolios, websites and social media are fantastic ways to get a feel for what your chosen florist’s work is like but there’s really no substitute for real-life examples. Pay attention to how fresh the flowers are, how well the ribbon is tied, little things make a difference. [...]

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Candles, Minimalism and Lace with a Sprinkle of Pearls

A minimalist navy and royal blue wedding was the setting for Alison and Jamie’s big day at the Mere Court Hotel in Knutsford. We loved looking through the beautiful photos by Jean-Marie Salmacis from their wedding day.   Bride Q&A: How did you imagine your wedding when you were younger? When I was growing up [...]

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Diary of a Bride-to-be: I’m Having a Fake Engagement Party

I’d never really factored in an engagement party, and given the option I probably wouldn’t bother but it seems the choice has been taken out of my hands, as my mum has decided to throw us one in the summer. Now you may be thinking what a lovely thing for a mother to do, throwing [...]

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Wedding Cake Options for Specific Dietary Requirements

There are many dietary requirements or choices that mean the traditional wedding cake recipe simply isn’t suitable. From opting for a vegan lifestyle to intolerances to gluten, if you are among those who won’t be choosing a traditionally made wedding cake for your big day, this planning article has been created to show you the [...]


Essential Wedding Day Shots

When you look through your wedding album in years to come, what are the moments that you will most want to remember? Many married couples say their wedding day flew by in a blur – one minute you’re making last-minute adjustments to your veil, and before you know it, you’re being showered with confetti and [...]

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