Turns out not everyone needs a cake and a colour palette.
We've got the selection process down to a science.
Tips to help you avoid burning out your bridal party and your bank account.
Ensure your big day gets only rave reviews with these expert tips.
Do your mom a favour and forward these shopping guidelines to her immediately.
Learn how to finesse some well-intentioned suggestions.
Expert tips for choosing the professionals that will help make your dream day a reality.
From the timeline to the cost of alterations, everything you need to know before you attend your first fitting.
Five questions to ask yourself when deciding on attendants.
Five tips for writing a heartfelt toast that every guest will relate to.
We asked our social media followers their opinions on whether cash bars were a good idea. See what they had to say!
A breakdown of how your attendants should be helping with your big day.
Tips on how to decide who to invite to your celebration.
Tips to help you navigate through the unique challenges this season brings.
Expert advice on who you should offer a gratuity to and how much you should tip them for their services.
Expert advice on how to avoid cringe-worthy speeches.
Helpful advice on how to convey to guests that kids will be left off the guest list.
Expert advice from celebrity wedding planner David Connolly.
Get inspired by this recent bride's words of wisdom.
Everything you need to know about bridal showers (plus three ways to make them extra fun).
Expert tips on how to find a stunning wedding gown that fits your budget.
Get your dream invites with these simple tips.
Three tips on announcing your engagement.
Still looking for your perfect first dance or entrance song? We asked our Facebook and Twitter followers which songs they picked to help inspire your choice and here’s what they had to say. “Only You Can Love Me This Way”…
Celebrity wedding planner David Connolly from Rich Bride, Poor Bride has joined Weddingbells as a guest blogger answering all of your burning wedding-related questions. Q: Where do you think the most important part of your budget should go to on…