Experts share advice on planning amid pandemic uncertainty – including that very crucial wedding insurance.
New rules for weddings mean certain traditions have been ruled out or alerted because of the coronavirus. A wedding planner runs us through the dos and don'ts - from washing your hands after exchanging rings to social distancing during the ceremony.
From July 4 up to 30 people can attend a wedding in England, but ceremonies must be "concluded in the shortest reasonable time" and receptions are still off limits.
Weddings of up to 30 people will soon be allowed in England. Prepare for the family drama.
The powerful images from the Philadelphia demonstration in the US are going viral.
With a lifelong dream and months of planning down the drain, I never expected to feel positive about our cancelled wedding.
As wedding season approaches, couples across the country have had to cancel their nuptial plans, putting their entire lives on hold.
Face masks, fewer guests and no kisses for the happy couple. Here's how wedding planners envisage future ceremonies.
Around the world, people are saying "I do" while their guests watch on remotely – here are their stories.
Robert and Lidia have been planning their dream wedding for three years. Now they’ve had to call off the big day due to the coronavirus pandemic. While cancelling flights, caterers and hotels has been hard, they’re trying to stay positive, so they can celebrate with their friends and family at a later stage.