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Brides' Guides

Choosing your reception venue

A successful reception is the result of careful, extensive planning. The one cardinal rule to follow in reception planning is to start early and avoid rushed decision making. Some general guidelines apply to almost all reception planning. When you’re choosing

When to order your bombonieres

Your bombonieres are often an element of your wedding that gets overlooked until the last minute, but as a special present from you to your guests to say thank you for sharing in your special day, your bombonieres deserve some

Wedding budget planner handy hints

Try using Easy Weddings’ Budget Calculator. You can find the free online wedding budget planner on the Easy Weddings website. Simply enter your total budget and guest numbers and an itemised budget will be created for your wedding. Other features

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Blogs

George Clooney opens up about how he proposed to Amal

Hollywood heart throb George Clooney has opened up about his surprise proposal to wife, Amal.

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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