How To Nail Your Groom Speech

Lawrence Bernstein | Posted 30.06.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Lawrence Bernstein

I'm constantly warning clients not to use cut and pasted lines from the internet. However, an early use of "My wife and I....." gets everyone onside and gives a nod to tradition too. This one-liner is part of the wedding tradition fabric. It doesn't matter how many times guests have heard it before, it will always receive a warm cheer and set your nerves at rest.

Introducing The Introducer - Why Every Good Wedding Needs One

Rachel Fay | Posted 18.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Rachel Fay

According to the National Wedding Council we are just days away from the official start of wedding season. In fact, June 21st marks the day when the nation will be caught up in a joyous few months full of the sights and sounds of happy couples saying 'I Do', guests breaking into rapturous applause and celebratory confetti being thrown into the air.

In Defense Of The Bridezilla

Aleisha McCormack | Posted 05.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Aleisha McCormack

The pressure for perfection and peak Instagramable happiness has taken the Bridezilla from a reality show character to how you might describe your wedding obsessed Facebook friend. The rise of the Bridezilla and wed-stress is real and can make any sane woman (or man) go from zero to hot-mess in one engagement ring.

This Groom Took His Own Wedding Photos And They're Beautiful

The Huffington Post | Natasha Hinde | Posted 20.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle

A groom who photographed his own wedding has explained why he decided not to hire someone to capture his big day. Mark Condon, a British photographer...

Planning a Wedding - The Groom's Perspective!

Sandy Moffat | Posted 05.06.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Sandy Moffat

Let me get one thing out of the way first. I can't wait to be married, I can't wait to be a husband, to have wife and to spend my life with the one I love...but getting married is a bloody nightmare!

Spineless Groom Fakes Own Death To Get Out Of Wedding... Is Rumbled In Spectacular Style

SWNS | Posted 20.08.2014 | UK

A groom-to-be with a case of cold feet came up with perhaps the shittiest way yet to wriggle out of his upcoming wedding. Thankfully Tucker Blandf...

How to Stay Calm on Your Wedding Day

Cat Williams | Posted 19.08.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Cat Williams

Our wedding day is one of high expectation and emotion and for this reason, for some brides and grooms, it can turn into a day of disappointment, unhappy tears, and even conflict. As a relationship counsellor I have unfortunately heard many such tales and most of us have heard nightmare stories of stroppy bridesmaids, drunk ushers, rude relatives or lost rings.

The Big Day: A Reflection on the Journey

Michelle McKenzie | Posted 19.08.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Michelle McKenzie

My darling Hubby and I embark on the 10-hour train from Puno to Cusco as part of our Peruvian honeymoon. It's three days into our marriage and I still find myself feeling warm and fuzzy. We have reached one of life's biggest milestones and, reflecting on the whirlwind of excitement surrounding our wedding, we realise it has been character building in itself.

When the Wedding Planning Gets Too Much

Phoebe Miller | Posted 15.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Phoebe Miller

I found that my planning went absolutely swimmingly until other people were involved. Namely, family. "Why isn't so and so invited? Can I have a plus one?" The simplest answer you can give is "because there is no room". In an ideal world I would have had everyone I love and like. I was limited to 160. Ergo. There were some cuts.

WATCH: And Here Comes The... Groom?

The Huffington Post UK | Patricia Doma | Posted 14.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle

Forget typical wedding traditions, majestic princess gowns and all eyes on the bride - this groom has spiced things up on his special day. Daniel C...

How to Not Hate Your Own Wedding

Holly Poulter | Posted 25.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Holly Poulter

Songbird Kelly Clarkson called off the big wedding she and her fiance were planning this October, because she was 'so overwhelmed' and 'so over' planning it... But for most couples, it's simply not possible. So if you've got to knuckle down and get it done, how do you manage to not hate your own wedding?

Groom-To-Be Elopes With Another Woman A Day Before His Wedding

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 29.07.2013 | UK

In a tale guaranteed to give anyone preparing to tie the knot sweaty palms, an Indian groom has eloped with another woman the day before his wedding. ...

Hot Wedding Trends for 2013

Ruth Harrison Roberts | Posted 06.04.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Ruth Harrison Roberts

? Well if you are looking for something different for your wedding then take a look at these hotly tipped trends to make sure your wedding will really stand out from the rest.

Bridezilla, the Disinterested Groom and Other Tales

Kate Thompson | Posted 07.11.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Kate Thompson

For some couples their wedding day is a wonderful, romantic adventure - two soul mates 'becoming one' forever, their families joined in harmony. For others, the wedding is not so much 'A Whole Lotta Love', as the beginning of an avalanche of emotional anguish, aggrivation and annoyance...

Breaking Tradition: Couples Don't Expect Bride's Parents To Pay For Wedding

PA | Posted 26.08.2012 | UK

British couples are shunning the tradition that says the bride's parents should pay for their wedding, according to research. Figures show that mor...

WATCH: Wedding Party Falls Into Lake

Huffington Post UK | Alastair Plumb | Posted 26.06.2012 | UK Comedy

Next time you're down at Gun Lake in Shelbyville, Michigan, be sure to double check the dock there before you walk on it - after all, we don't want yo...

Groom Admits Starting Wedding Reception Fire

PA | Posted 02.12.2011 | UK

A groom has admitted starting a devastating fire at the country house where his wedding reception was held. The blaze caused £6 million worth of d...

The Secret To Finding The Perfect Wedding Scent

John Stephen | Posted 15.10.2011 | UK Lifestyle
John Stephen

Fragrance is an important accessory which serves to amplify and sometimes influence your mood and therefore it needs as much thought as the colour of the bride's dress or the groom's buttonhole.