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Diamond Symbol Jewellery, Wedding Perfect!

Inspired by high profile celebrities and the public’s growing interest in ancient and historical motifs or symbols, jewellery brand, Karma London, has just launched its beautiful and unique pieces of symbolic diamond jewellery in the UK.

These exquisite designs play on a mix of various cultures, whilst fusing religious and ethnic... more

Aristocratic Wedding Style

Given the massive audiences royal weddings generate for TV companies perhaps it’s only a matter of time before their executives decide to drop down the social scale slightly (though some would see it otherwise) and broadcast an aristocratic splicing. Until that moment here are some pointers in case you’re invited,... more

Making the Most of Wedding Fairs

Once started on wedding planning you quickly learn you need vast amounts of information. Unless you have unlimited funds you’ll be looking for value for money. Unless you’re one of those brides who have been planning the day since primary school, you’ll be looking for ideas. A wedding fair, or... more

Kids and Your Honeymoon

It’s something of a modern dilemma: because it’s a second (or third...) marriage or long-term relationship for one or both of you, or because you had a child or children together before getting married, should you take the little treasure(s) with you on your honeymoon?
There is no right answer... more

Diets and the Big Day

First something basic. Do you need to diet? He loves you as you are, even if that’s a few pounds over what you’d consider your ideal weight.

Too many women diet to attain a figure that’s simply not right for them and their physiology and genetic makeup, having... more

Hiring Formal Wear for the Groom and his Guys

The wedding suit is often the groom’s biggest contribution to the big day. You know how much work your bride-to-be has put in to make it all wonderful, so make a big effort not to mess up!

There are many reasons why you should hire your suit, but first... more

Shoes for the Bride

Everyone asks the bride-to-be about her dress. Few mention shoes. They should, as the right shoes are great for your look, how you feel about yourself, and for avoiding the protracted agony that ill-fitting, poorly made, unprepared footwear can bring. Be warned.
The shoe thing starts early for very practical... more

Your Wedding for a Happy Marriage

Helpful ‘friends’ will point out as you approach the big day that a good percentage of marriages don’t make it. How considerate. With that unhappy stat in mind, however, we’d like to make a few suggestions about what you can do on your wedding day (and in preparing for it)... more

The Literary Wedding

It is generally the purpose of these posts to offer tips and suggestions about planning your wedding and how to make the best of things. A look at weddings in literature, however, tends rather to the ‘how not to do it’ school, though that’s instructive too.

Take Lorna Doone.... more

Asian Wedding Style

As the world’s populations mix, meet and mingle elements we borrow from different wedding traditions. In what many would consider the normal British wedding you’ll already find things borrowed from US customs – the ring bearer and flower girl are far more typically American for example.

That cross-fertilisation... more

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