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Brides' Guides

Wedding video packages

When you start looking for a wedding videographer, the quotes you get could vary from under $500 up to $2000 or more, so what exactly is the difference between them? Wedding videos can consist of a lot of different elements,

Wedding reception – order of service

Wedding receptions tend to follow a similar pattern, including a number of wedding rituals and traditions. Whether you are having a formal or informal reception, this should help you plan your order of affairs. The order of service: The guests

White wedding shoes

Ivory bridal shoes are still the most popular option in wedding footwear, followed closely by white wedding shoes. However, a recent trend for metallics or coloured statement shoes means that more brides are turning away from the tradition of matching

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Blogs

Dog acts as cameraman for owner’s proposal

Here's a novel way to ensure your big proposal is filmed - but that it still remains absolutely private: Get your pooch to film it.

One VERY truthful RVSP

It's the unconventional wedding RSVP that's been viewed more than two millions times - and it's easy to see why.

Our (spectacular) wedding at the real Downton Abbey

This New York couple held a seriously high-end wedding at Highclear Castle, aka Downton Abbey - and the Dowager Countess would be most pleased.

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