From a bombed out chapel in London to a lighthouse in Whitley Bay, we spoke to the best documentary wedding photographers in the UK to get their perspective on the quirkiest wedding venues to celebrate your big day at and it’s our most viewed article of the year.
We all know the importance of sustainability and this article highlights the ways you can make your wedding more eco-friendly, without compromising on style.
Every bride dreads rain on their wedding day, but is it really a bad thing? We spoke to wedding photographers who share their tips and advice including the fact that if you embrace it, rain will result in the most amazing moments and photos!
Catrin and Chris decided to hold a relaxed, music-filled wedding on Anglesey with the ceremony taking place in a boat shed! This Real Wedding was our most popular one of the year.
Sharing some advice from brides, one of whom managed to save £9K on her wedding by making one simple change!
Our second most viewed Real Wedding of the year took place in a field in Northumberland, with lots of gorgeous boho touches and a wild party!
This is a Real Wedding that I was lucky enough to be Maid of Honour at. Taking place outdoors (bit if a theme here!) this gorgeously rustic wedding took place on top of a hill overlooking the Balearic Sea.
Amy and Martin wanted their wedding to be as sustainable and fun as possible, within a £5K budget. Amy shared her tips and advice.
We looked at some incredible cakes made by non-professional bakers.
Our most popular trend of 2019 was the Festival Wedding, check out our top 10 guide here.
So there you have it, our ten most popular articles of our first year. Thank you so much to all of the fantastic wedding suppliers who have supported us and our incredible community of couples who want to keep it real!
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