Expert answers tackle your wedding planning questions. Here, leading London wedding and events planner and 4 the People principal Jamie Landesberg gives her tips on ensuring your wedding vision isn't hijacked by well-meaning family helpers
Absolutely Weddings' experts answer your wedding questions. Here, the designer Suzannah Crabb – founder of the eponymous W1 store and an acknowledged 'party dress genius' – gives her guidance on choosing perfect mother of the bride or groom outfits
Absolutely Weddings' experts answer your wedding questions. Here, filmmaker Alice Rausch discusses how to get a wedding film that matches the glamour of your...
Absolutely Weddings’ experts answer your wedding questions. Here, Eye Imagine's Neil Horne discusses how to manage group photography at your celebration Q: I want a...
Illustries, the creators of beautiful personalised and bespoke wedding albums and guest books give their tips for ensuring the memories of your special day are captured forever and match the excitement of the real thing
Simon Clark, director of leading international wedding and events organiser Lillingston, discusses how to get the right balance between tradition and originality at your themed wedding party so that all your guests feel comfortable and you can relax and enjoy the celebration
Absolutely Weddings' Experts answer your wedding questions. Here, Eric Rousseau chef and patron (with his wife Hulya), of renowned London patisserie Belle Époque advises on alternatives to the traditional British wedding cake
Wondering when to start planning your wedding gown? Sassi Holford, who has been designing and creating dream wedding gowns since 1981 gives her expert advice on commissioning the all important dress at the right time
Lewis R. Stevenson of fine stationery designers and printers Leeming Brothers gives his pointers on wedding stationery etiquette – with guidance on ensuring the design and the wording makes its mark and still feels personal to you
Expert answers answer your wedding questions. Here, Leading London florist Nikki Tibbles of Wild at Heart discusses how to create a winter-themed look at a December wedding without opting for the traditional Yuletide-season colours