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Shortly after saying ‘yes, yes, yes’ (to the question ‘Will you marry me?’ you understand) you will stumble across a whole new vocabulary (let’s call it wedcabulary – or wedcab for short) of whose existence you were previously blissfully unaware. This wedcab includes such mysteries as chic chair covers (you can’t sit on a naked [...]

We finally got around to updating our Events page and scoured the internet for all manner of wedding fairs that fall outside the mainstream. Ethical, eco or green wedding fairs are still sprouting up here and there around the country and we really hope you’ll go along and support them so that we have more [...]

I was saddened to read about the Irish bride who “bagged herself a bargain” on EBay by buying a €6 brand new wedding dress from China. In these tight times, I can understand how brides might think this is a fantastic idea. Anything to do with weddings has an overinflated price-tag, especially wedding dresses but [...]

I’m not exactly a materialistic person (quite the opposite) so choosing a wedding gift list was really tough. I don’t like the idea of asking people for money as it seems a bit odd, so in the end we went for a list of grow-your-own goodies from Harrod Horticultural who have been really helpful. We [...]

Mr. H and I haven’t discussed anything again with my parents yet since our previous meeting, but I’m, once more, relieved that we have reached to another new progress in deciding a few things. Wedding outfits—let’s fight again Apparently Mr. H, as I do, doesn’t really agree with most of my stepmom’s ‘conventional’ ideas in [...]

This week’s featured supplier is Morgan Boszilkov who creates beautiful bridalwear from sustainable fabrics. Find out what inspires Morgan in her quest to design the perfect eco-friendly wedding gown for the green bride… Business name: Morgan Boszilkov, Natural Bridal Collection Location: Atlanta, Georgia, USA Tell us a bit about yourself and your business The Natural [...]

I can honestly say that our relationship can be split into two parts: the blissful two years up to the proposal… and the hectic 3.5 months since! If I could have chosen one place in the world to fall in love, it would have been Woodford Folk Festival. Living in Brisbane, Australia, since 2000 (and [...]