From the best man's speech to words from the maid of honour,
here are some things that are considered a faux pas.
Do not use profanity.
Do not recall drunken nights together.
Do not include any sexual anecdotes.
Avoid name-calling or any derogatory nicknames.
Do not speak ill of the family.
Avoid racist remarks and jokes.
Refrain from long-winded stories that have no point.
Keep focus and aim not to blabber.
Never mention any anecdotes of the couple arguing.
Try not to include incredibly embarrassing moments.
The Relaxed Garden Wedding
This couple opted for an informal outdoors garden wedding with vintage champagne glass favours and jars of sweets
I Love My Groom But I Don’t Love His Dress Sense. Help!
Lucinda Turner, Brides' lifestyle and fashion stylist, talks you through dressing your man
How Do I Design My Own Stationery?
Brides creative director gives her top tips on how to go about making your own stationery.
Real Weddings Held At Home
You might not have to look very far for your wedding venue, or spend too much. Be inspired by these couples who married at home
How Do I Set My Budget?
Camilla Newman, Brides publisher, reveals how to set your wedding budget