A Guide for the Maid of Honour
Behind every dream wedding, there's a supportive bridal party! The chief bridesmaid or maid of honour is tasked with coordinating the bridesmaids and supporting the bride as she gets ready for her wedding day. Our latest infographic gathers together the key things they'll be responsible for...
Top Tips: Wedding Invitations
Ensure that those closest to you are there to celebrate your big day with our top tips for sending your wedding invitations!
Bride Blog: Pressure? What Pressure!
The National Piping Centre's resident Bride-to-Be, Helen Wilkinson, is back to share stories and insights as she gets ready for her big day! As National Stress Awareness Day takes place in the UK today, Helen's latest blog has focused on how she's dealt with the stresses and pressures of organising a wedding. Read on to find out more...
After I Do: A To-Do List
Whether you were planning your wedding for weeks, months, or even a few years, one thing’s for sure – the day itself will pass in a flash! While you’ll want to ride the post-wedding high for as long as possible, there are numerous tasks that you’ll need to complete in the months following the ceremony. Here’s our guide to the essentials…
Cutting the Cake...
With National Cake Week taking place between 2nd-8th October and National Baking Week running from the 16th-22nd, what better time than now to talk about wedding cake?
Make it your own...
Today’s celebration of Coming Out Day is a timely reminder of the challenges still faced by individuals in the LGBTQ+ community. When the Scottish Government announced that it would legalise same-sex marriage on 25 July 2012, and introduced new legislation a year later, it heralded a major milestone in the fight for equality here. However, despite how accepting society as a whole has become, there can still be particular challenges when planning your wedding day!