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Changes in marriage law for outdoor weddings

Changes in marriage law for outdoor weddings

Today could mark the start of some exciting changes to where couples can get married in the future in England and Wales. I’m looking forward to hearing about changes in marriage laws today when Chancellor, Philip Hammond, announces the Budget later. He is expected to...

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modern alternatives to wedding traditions

modern alternatives to wedding traditions

Take a break from tradition with this handy guide to modern alternatives to personalise your wedding. DRESS IN WHITE: Will your dress be white/ivory or will you break with tradition? MATCHING BRIDESMAIDS DRESSES: Will your bridesmaids have matching dresses or will you...

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Have your (wedding) cake and eat it!

Have your (wedding) cake and eat it!

A topic very close to my heart (and sweet tooth) is cake! When it comes to weddings, cakes are often the focal point of the wedding reception - proudly displayed, incorporating themes and colour schemes of the day, and featured in one of the main staged events of the...

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Wedding traditions: Language of flowers

Wedding traditions: Language of flowers

In Victorian times, it was popular for people to use hidden gestures to communicate their feelings and often they would covey these with flowers as they connected them each with it's own meaning. It was an elaborate code for lovers or suitors to send messages to each...

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Wedding traditions: What colour to marry in

Wedding traditions: What colour to marry in

There are many traditions, rituals and customs that people uphold and perform in connection with weddings. Some of these have now lost their relevance in modern society and sometimes we are not even sure why we undertake them. However we continue to perform them for...

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