A Roundup of Wedding News from the UK and Elsewhere (updated April 9th)
Wedding News from THE UK
England set for summer of love with 300 weddings a day; with 60% of those forced to cancel during the pandemic, Couples will rush down the aisle when Covid-hit nuptials are allowed again.
2021’s biggest wedding trend revealed – and it’s affordable! Over half of Brits would now be happy to say “I do” in their own garden.
Fifth time’s a charm for Lyme Regis newlyweds! Lyme Regis couple Esme Hopkins and Duncan Weaver finally tied the knot after setting five wedding dates over the past year.
Wedding News from Elsewhere
What’s the Etiquette? Here’s How to Host a Grand Celebration After Your Micro-Wedding.
Jen works as a professional bridesmaid; Strangers pay her to be their confidante-meets-wedding-coordinator. She was hired as a bridesmaid 125 times. Finally, she had her own wedding.
Their Focus Was on the Marriage, Not the Wedding; Carmen Myer and Aaron James had to deal with storms, long distance commuting, a pandemic and a lost rescue dog to get here.
One Year After Lockdown, Indian Wedding Industry Clocks Fragmented Growth: The Indian wedding industry, which is made up of social gatherings and flourishes on human interaction, was among the worst hit due to the abruptly announced lockdown last year.
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