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Wedding Venues and Services

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Throw in the flowers, the catering, the band, the transport and apparently these days a wedding can set you back £20,000 - £30,000; and they call this the happiest day of your life!

What’s on will help you plan your own special day by offering a comprehensive guide to everything a girl needs to know to ensure that the whole day passes without a hitch, and at a cost that may actually leave you with some spare change in your pocket. The index to your right is a comprehensive guide to the many Wedding venues, bridal gowns, balloons, flowers, bridal pamper packages and hair specialist that will ensure that your dream day goes without a hitch.

For the romantics out there complete your Wedding Day arrangements by hiring a vintage car or make the Bride’s entrance even more sensational and arrive by Helicopter!

The Wedding Guide team has compiled a list of the many types of wedding venues and services on offer from where you choose to hold your reception, whether or not you would like live entertainment for your bash, there’s the all important hairdresser and bridal make up artist to source, the wedding florist and of course most important of all the wedding gown, if you are on a budget you might look on e-bay, maybe choose something of the peg or some brides if they can afford it will opt for the bridalwear designer option, once you have sorted out these all important factors and are completely exhausted with all the hard work involved in planning a wedding then you can actually start to enjoy the experience, in fact the only thing we don’t provide is the groom, although most of our team are open to offers (and if you’d seen them you’d understand why!)

Look forward to your big day in the secure knowledge that every eventuality has been taken care of and that all you have to worry about is enjoying yourself and making sure the groom actually turns up and your dad stays sober long enough to deliver his speech, but not so long that he starts thinking he still knows how to shake his booty.

Have the time of your life but remember. When it comes to the honeymoon. You’re on your own...well, not literally, but you know what I mean!