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A bride did the most wonderful thing to thank her best friend for helping to make her wedding day perfect. Leading up to
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.
I know it's only symbolic in this day and age, but it comes from a time and a place where it wasn't so, and women were given - dowry and all - to the highest bidder. Married, divorced, widowed, single, in a relationship, we don't need to be 'given away' to know that we're worth millions to ourselves, and whoever is lucky enough to be in our lives.
A groom who photographed his own wedding has explained why he decided not to hire someone to capture his big day.  Mark Condon
To an outsider, my wedding was the same as every other wedding that season. Same wedding decorations, same flowers, same everything. I deprived myself of the excitement of looking at different designs, flicking through bridal magazines and pinning every beautiful wedding idea on pinterest. All because I saw wedding planning as just a task to be completed.
You don't need £££ to have the best time.
When it comes to weddings, sometimes less is totally more. One couple has proven just that with their budget ceremony, which
WeddingPinterest boards are filled with Duchess of Cambridge lace, country estates, and those Sophia Webster ‘wifey’ heels