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Pre wedding photo

When couples are checking out wedding photographers, the chances are they’re focussing on the big day itself and the role the photographer will play in it. The pre wedding photo shoot can be overlooked, and many couples don’t even realise

Choosing kitchen appliances for your wedding gift registry

The kitchen is one room that usually does very well out of wedding gift registries, and larger appliances make fantastic wedding gifts from family members or close friends. If you’re planning on adding kitchen appliances to your registry, here are

Bomboniere frames

Photo frames are a perfect wedding bomboniere as they last a long time and your guests can keep them to remember your big day. Bomboniere frames look great on your wedding breakfast tables, and can double up as place cards.

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Bloke proposes – at someone else’s wedding – right in front of the bridal table…

Oh, dear. This man did what most should never, ever, ever, ever do at someone else's wedding...

One of my guests will be wearing a white dress to my wedding. I’m not comfortable with this. Should I tell her?

While etiquette dictates guests should not wear white to a wedding, it is very much up to the individual bride.

Video: Where will your celebrant be standing?

Amber the Celebrant says this is one of the most important questions couples should ask their celebrant.

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