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Take Our Advice…

We’ve been writing Bride Vs Groom for some time now and flicking back through the archives we reckon we’re pretty proud of some of the advice we’ve been able to offer to help all those baffled soon-to-be brides and grooms in planning their big day. The thing is though, with so many new readers joining us every day and starting their own wedding planning journey afresh there’s so much you might have missed! So this afternoon we thought we’d share a collection of some of the posts that we think may prove most helpful as you start to put the plans together for the most important day of your lives!

Letting Go and Giving 100% to Your Wedding Photographer

 “A good snapshot keeps a moment from running away

Helen Guy – Hair and Makeup Tips and Advice: Tools of the Trade

Image by York Place Studios Ok, so my tutorial for this

Holly J. Kotzé Guest Post – The Ceremony Shenanigans

Today on Bride Vs Groom we bring you another fantastic

The Truth About Your Wedding Ceremony

When we first started Bride Vs Groom I wanted to tell

I Hate Public Speaking: Tips For Delivering A Great Groom’s Speech

I hate public speaking. This is without doubt the

Bridal Boutique – Elegance

I’m going to let you into a little secret. Don’t

Choosing a Theme

These days most weddings have a central theme that runs

Why The Weather Should Never spoil Your Day

As a nation we Britons are pretty hung up on the

The Wedding Inspiration Board: Cake Cake Cake Cake Cake!

It’s all gone rather caketastic on the blog this

Scouting the Venue – Our Top 10 Tips of Practical Things to Think About

It never ceases to amaze me how much a boring, empty

The First Look – Is It Right For You?

When I wrote my piece last week on letting go and

Bridal Boutique – Bouquets


A Photographer’s Thoughts – A Question of Time

I started this series of ‘photographer’s thoughts

The Friday Fight-Out! Summer vs Winter Wedding

Well Friday has swung around once again and that can

The Styles of Wedding Photography: Editorial

It’s time at last to draw our exploration of the

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