One of our readers recently asked what you should look for in a marriage celebrant. Here are the four things we think are most important!
While it’s practically tradition for the bride to arrive 5-10 minutes late for the ceremony, it doesn’t take long for other small delays throughout the day to turn fashionably late into behind schedule! Read our guide to getting your timing right for a relaxed wedding day.
Photo booths are a great way to entertain your wedding guests, but if you’re looking for an alternative, here are some other fun ideas to consider!
From inviting to unplugging, read on for a timeline of the do’s and don’t’s of using social media to plan your wedding!
Lolly buffets make for great bonbonnieres and a visual feast for your reception, but if you’re looking for something a little different, check out these other mouth-watering options!
Including personal touches in your wedding, whether a reflection of your personalities, shared interests or past adventures together, will enhance the fun and meaningfulness of a day that is uniquely yours. Here are our top 10 tips for a personalised celebration.
In a recent survey of 7,000 Australians by lastminute.com.au, only one third of women and less than half of men said their honeymoon was their best holiday ever with their partner! Find out the reasons behind the stats and read our tips to ensure your honeymoon is memorable for all the right reasons.
You’ve just said yes to the bridesmaid dress as one of the bride’s closest friends, but what’s really expected of the wedding entourage? Whether you’re the maid of honour or a member of the bridal party, here’s our guide to everything from dress fittings to hosting the perfect hen’s party.
This is the second part of our collection of common wedding etiquette questions. Part 1 is here if you missed it!
We have a few friends we would like to invite to the wedding but we don’t know their partners very well. Should we invite their plus ones anyway?
Yes, usually you should. However, if it will be a table of your work colleagues or sport team mates for example, you can talk to them before the invites go out and ask if they are happy to just come together. If this group doesn’t normally socialise with partners they may well be happy to attend alone.