Well, it’s that time of year again. The leaves are changing, the temperatures are dropping, and weddings are in full swing. Whether you’re planning a wedding next month or next year, it’s time to start making arrangements.

We want to help you make sure your wedding day is everything you dream it could be. So we’re going to run down some top tips on what to do (and what not to do) to make sure your wedding day is everything you want it to be. We’ll also walk you through the process of planning a wedding – from picking the perfect venue to creating a gorgeous guestlist – so you can relax and enjoy your big day.

Wedding Rings

Firstly, let’s discuss the most important aspect of your wedding – your wedding ring. It’s a symbol of your commitment to each other and a promise to stay together forever. So it’s a very personal and unique item to give to the person you love the most in the world. You’ve been dreaming about this day for as long as you can remember and finally it’s here. There’s no rush to decide what ring style you want – take your time and look at all the different styles that are out there. Once you’ve made up your mind, visit a jeweler to have it custom made.

It’s also important to put the effort into picking a good-looking ring. You’ll be wearing this on your wedding finger for the rest of your life, so make sure it’s something your guests will be envious of. Another important thing to keep in mind is that you’ll be committing to each other for the rest of your lives – so pick a ring that will stay in style for years to come. Wedding rings don’t have to be expensive; looking at what you’ll be spending on the rest of the wedding, why not spend a little more on something that will last a lifetime?

Venue & Lambrequin (Honeycomb Backdrop)

When it comes to wedding venues, there are a lot of choices out there. Whether you want a big church ceremony followed by a feast at a restaurant or a more informal gathering at a private residence, there’s something out there to suit your needs.

One of the most popular recent wedding venues is The Village Church in London. It offers an extraordinary view of the London skyline as well as an excellent selection of food and drink. Topped off with a talented team of wedding professionals, the overall experience is nothing short of magical.

If you’re looking for a more traditional setting, the Lambrequin (Honeycomb Backdrop) is a beautiful addition to any wedding ceremony or celebration. It adds a wonderful touch of color and texture to the space as well as freshening up the room with some beeswax candles in early autumn.


When it comes to catering, there are plenty of choices out there too. You want to make sure that you’re having the food and drink that your guests are talking about all night long. Whether you want a sit-down meal or a more informal gathering, there’s something out there to suit your needs. Planning the catering for your wedding can be a lot of work, so it’s important to take the time to research and choose food and drink that your guests will enjoy.

One of the most popular recent wedding caterers in London is Blue Ribbon Catering. Its menus feature a variety of western and eastern foods and they always have a vegetarian option too. The service is simply amazing with wedding cakes delivered to your guests’ tables as they arrive. Plus, they’ll even put the finishing touches on the meal for you.


Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life so it’s only natural that you want to look your best. When it comes to wedding dresses, there are a variety of styles to choose from – something for everyone. If you’ve been dreaming about this day for years, then it’s time to make the first move towards creating a gorgeous wedding dress. Taking your time to find the perfect dress is important. There are a variety of bridal gowns out there, so take the time to try on a few different dresses before making a decision. If you do happen to find yourself in a hurry to make a decision, then it’s best to go for a simple, classic choice that will not go out of style.

One of the most popular recent wedding dresses in London is House of Graff by Heidi Klein – a stunning selection of delicate lace, crinoline, and tulle with an elaborate bodice. The overall look is very romantic and dainty. If you don’t want to go down the traditional route, then it’s time to be original and choose a unique dress that will be remembered for years to come.

Guest List

Your guest list is one of the most important aspects of your wedding. You want to make sure that you invite the right people and that you don’t invite anyone you might regret inviting later on. It’s also important to keep things intimate – after all, this is a big day for you and your loved ones. When it comes to creating an exclusive guest list, there are many choices out there. You can start by making a list of everyone you want to invite and then narrow it down to a more manageable number. Once you’ve got your final list, start contacting the invitees. It’s a good idea to send out the invitations well in advance so you don’t run the risk of having some of your invitees say no thanks.

Livestreaming your wedding has become incredibly popular in recent years, with almost everyone wanting to share the ‘Big Day’ with family and friends via video or photo albums. One of the most popular websites for gathering photos and videos of weddings is Shutterfly. With a free account, you can create an unlimited number of photo books (or monthly magazines) and share them with your guests via email.

Marriage Certificate

Getting married in England and Wales now requires a simple but important form – the Marriage Certificate. If you’re planning to get hitched in England or Wales, then you’ll need to get this legalized document. It’s also important to check that your chosen location offers simple marriages – some places (such as London) require a judge to perform the ceremony, while others (like Wales) require only a celebrant. If you want to have a more intimate wedding ceremony, then a judge wouldn’t be the best choice. On the other hand, a simple wedding ceremony in a register office with just a witness would make for a more relaxed and intimate affair.

The most important thing to keep in mind about marriage certificates is that they’re not legally binding. They just confirm that you and your partner are living together and intend to remain loyal to each other for the rest of your lives. You’re not ‘married’ until you say ‘I do’ at the end of the ceremony – it’s still subject to law in England and Wales to get a marriage license, so make sure you’ve got witnesses ready to record the moment when you say ‘I do’.

If you’re looking to add a little more romance to your wedding day, why not consider getting wedded at a castle? There are plenty of beautiful castles around Europe that would fit the bill. You could also opt for a cruise ship setting with a sunset wedding ceremony – the world is your oyster when it comes to wedding themes and ideas!

No matter what your wedding style is going to be, we’re sure you’ll be able to find something out there to make it perfect.