Whether you picked your own or your man surprised you with the perfect bling on proposal, here are the shapes to know and what it says about your engagement ring personality. Find out your wedding muse and compare styles, from simple but classic solitaire engagement rings, to modern, vintage and coloured styles - plus different shaped stones, too. So flick through for some seriously gorgeous engagement ring inspiration and to find out what your engagement ring says about you...
If you're looking for inspiration to get the most out of your wedding day photography, then you're going to want to see this gallery through till the end…
These incredible shots from photographers all over the world, have been selected by New York based wedding photography site Fearless Photographers- these are just a handful of the amazing snaps selected for their monthly Fearless Awards and it's not hard to see why.
Full of emotion and heartwarming moments, everyone wants in their wedding photo album. From the height of happiness caught in motion, to tear-jerking and touching moments, you'll love every single slide.
So before your big day, take some inspiration from these wedding photography greats, to ensure you get some epic shots of the best day of your life.
Welcome to our ultimate to how to get married in winter! For many couples, a winter wedding is the obvious choice. With Christmas being perhaps the most romantic time of the year, a cosy country house wedding in winter is the perfect opportunity for a mulled wine reception accompanied by a roaring fire. You can even get away with a full turkey roast on the menu for your wedding breakfast. And, while many summer weddings are plagued by the terror of "will it rain?", getting married in winter means you're pretty much braced for any kind of weather, alleviating any real kind of worry. So, how to get it right? Keep reading for our ultimate guide to winter weddings. Read more »
Winter weddings needn't be all about Christmas trees. In fact, there doesn't need to be a pine sprig in sight. For winter wedding flowers, a good place to start is to ask yourself whether you want bold or subtle arrangements. If bright and bold is more your style, pick velvety, red roses and bright pink hydrangea, and accessories with fruit and berries. For a more subtle look, pick dusty jewel toned wedding flowers mixed in with an abundance of greenery - gypsophila, for those on a tight budget or who want something minimalist, is still a great choice in winter. Click through to discover 26 ideas for winter wedding flowers.