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Hold That Pose Ė or Forget It
Some couples seem to feel the need to turn their wedding into a show. Theyíre not content with the day being special in itself, and surely by its nature memorable, so they seek out ways to make a dramatic mark. It can work. But sometimes it doesnít, and one of... more
Pets at Weddings
Not so long ago pets never played any part in a wedding, but nowadays if not common itís not exactly rare either. What seems like a simple idea, however, has plenty of pitfalls and really should be thought through, and most owners will decide that a kennel, cattery or pet-sitter... more
A Cocktail to Capture the Mood
Itís something seen at weddings more and more frequently: a signature cocktail that makes a little statement about the two of you, or the day in general. Whether itís served when guests arrive at the reception venue, or is the drink used for the first toast, a well-made cocktail brings... more
Weddings over Water
Many of us feel instinctively that there is something magical about water, and as your wedding day should be full of magic itís no bad thing to tap into that special energy, or atmosphere or connection with nature, or whatever else it is that proximity to water brings. There are... more
Wedding Gifts Today and Yesterday
Over the last 30 years or so much has changed in the way we get married in Britain. Itís not just religious buildings and registry offices anymore, so many places now have licences to celebrate weddings. It used to be the bride in white or cream, and the groom in... more
The Full Scottish - Weddings North of the Border
Though every culture has its own wedding traditions, Scotland can boast more than most. Sadly some of the more interesting ones have died out, or nearly so at least. English readers will perhaps be surprised at how different certain Scottish wedding customs are to those South of the Border.
The Essentially English Wedding
While we at FBFW enjoy weddings that incorporate new cultural influences, clever innovations, and the creative, we do dearly love a traditional English wedding. When we actually tried to define what goes into making one, however, it proved difficult, and we accept our conclusions may differ from yours.
The Ethical Wedding
Though itís still far from mainstream, weíve noticed a very discernible trend over the last five or even ten years of couples being very concerned to make their big day what could broadly be described as ethical. Thereís a lot of crossover with the concept of green weddings that we... more
The Vegan Wedding
Planning any wedding has its challenges; planning a vegan wedding is bound to have more. But itís your lifestyle choice, and your day. Actually it is the day for two of you (and we donít mean the bride and her mother), but letís assume that both are in agreement about... more
The Rehearsal Dinner Ė Coming to the UK?
The rehearsal dinner, like trick-or-treating, is an American fad that will of course never happen here in the UK. Oh. Supermarkets now sell as much chocolate at Halloween as at Easter, and restaurants in the capital (and the rest of the country shortly) already cater for rehearsal dinners, and not... more
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