Two Weeks to go Before the Wedding – Plan my Wedding Two weeks before the wedding, all the plans should be in place. However, it is a good idea to check arrangements and do the last- minute preparations.
Confirm with suppliers • Telephone all your suppliers to double-check arrangements. • Confirm transport arrangements for you and your guests. (more…)
Transport Taxis Limousines or Carriage – Wedding Preparation When deciding on transport, you will need to take into account the style and theme of the wedding and the practicaI aspects such as distances, journey times and the time of year, especially if you plan to have open-topped transport. (more…)
Introduction and Organizing your wedding – useful information Congratulations on taking the first steps towards planning your perfect wedding day. The fact that same-sex couples can now make a legal commitment to each other akin to marriage is fantastic. And whether you want to celebrate your civil partnership with an (more…)
After the Wedding Formalities and Administrative Tasks – Plan my Wedding Now that the formalities have been conducted, all that remains are some administrative tasks such as informing relevant people and organizations of your change of name, thanking all the people who helped make the day run smoothly and ordering the wedding (more…)
The chief bridesmaid is usually a sister or dose friend of the bride. She liaises closely with the bride during the wedding preparations and helps with the clothing for any other bridesmaids, flower girl and pageboys. The Matron of Honour is usually the bride’s older married sister and is normally the only female attendant.
6 months □ Discuss plans with the bride, groom and best man (more…)
Choose Clothes for the Pageboys – Ideas for Wedding Traditional outfits for small boys include a miniature sailor’s uniform, a kilt and sporran, velvet pantaloons and waistcoat, with a full-sleeved shirt underneath, or a military uniform if the groom is an officer and is wearing uniform. Older boys could (more…)
How to use our Wedding Guide properly – more information You’ve taken the decision to have a civil partnership ceremony and now you want to get on with planning your big day. This guide helps you get started with wish lists, budget planners and the vital timetable. Once you start looking at venues and (more…)
Find a venue and Ideas of Budget – Plan my Wedding Once you have an idea of budget and how many people you want to invite, you can start looking for a venue to accommodate your 500 close friends! Your ideas might change once you have looked at a few, so keep an open mind. You may find you fall in love with somewhere that can hold only 50 people, or one that is so expensive you can afford to invite only 20. (more…)
Consider using a Wedding Planner – view more Details If you are frantically busy with your job, looking after the kids or an elderly relative, or just feel overwhelmed by the thought of planning a gay wedding, you can call in a wedding planner to take the strain. ‘Gay wedding planners’ is certainly one (more…)
Marrying in Church is not that Hard – Wedding Preparation It is possible to have a church wedding whatever your beliefs and whether or not you are baptized and go to church. Marrying in church has never been easier thanks to a change in the law, which means you now have more churches to choose from. Lots of people marry in their own local church, but maybe you would like to marry in a church away from where you live because it has (more…)