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Traditionally, the bride and groom sit at a 'top table' with
their parents, the chief bridesmaid and best man.
However, if you want to avoid any complicated family politics - if your parents are divorced and are attending with their new partners, for example - it can be easier if the bride and groom host one table of family and friends and each parent hosts their own table. Read more »
We have put together a list of five top tips to make sure you look good in all your wedding photographs - that's right, every single one. Read more »
In traditional days of yore, it was the bridesmaids who had to pay for the privilege of being part of the wedding so they footed the bills for their dresses. Today however, that doesn't seem quite so pragmatic (or tactful). Read more »