Congratulations, you’re getting married!  ‘The Little Black Book’ is a thing of the past. What you need, now you’re planning your big day, is ‘The Little Pink Book’ – better known as The Little Book of Humanist Weddings. This little book will help you think about the vows, readings, and rituals you’d like to include in …

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Dame Joan Collins has heard wedding bells both on-screen and off. Married five times, Dame Joan Collins is no stranger to iconic bridal looks. We look back at her impeccable real life wedding style…

Former Strictly pro Kristina Rihanoff explains why the wedding first dance is so important and why she’s teaching couples their own first dance wedding choreography.

Homosexuality and religion have a complex history. Same-Sex marriage was first officially recognised in 2000 by The Netherlands, yet the conflict between the many religious/heteronormative concepts of a husband and wife and the LGBT community’s fight for equal marriage acceptance has been intense, even in countries which have legally sanctified same-sex marriage. We explore from …

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The Episcopalian Church (of the Anglican communion) says ‘yes’ to same-sex marriage. What does this mean for LGBTQ rights? We take a look…

When The Gay Wedding Guide was invited to feast on a three-course wedding breakfast at The Ned, we sent our spokesperson, restaurant guru and himself a groom-to be, Hugh Wright, along to review it on our behalf. This is his verdict…

The 2018 International Wedding Trend Report is out and it includes an LGBT+ section – hoorah! Key trends for this year include nouveau art deco, powdery pastels, mid-century features such as Moroccan rugs, brass finishings and layered lighting.