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This pair got married in the same room at the groom's parents... 37 years later!

This pair got married in the same room as the groom’s parents… 37 years later!

We got married in the same room in the same building (Moat Room, Harrow Registry Office) as my parents, with the same registered home address. The only difference: the two weddings were 37 years apart! The wedding reception was held on the largest boat on the River Thames, the Dixie Queen, that included the opening of Tower Bridge. We also had a nine-tier cake!

These chic grooms are serious style goals

These dapper London grooms are serious style goals

It’s not always easy to find inspiration for chic and stylish groom style. But this wedding of two coiffed and elegant London grooms gives you double the grooms and double the style ideas! (Plus, double the awesome groom hairstyles!)

Tom and Patrick's chic and stunning London wedding stole our hearts

Tom and Patrick’s chic and stunning London wedding stole our hearts

Tom and Patrick’s London wedding was a sight for sore eyes. Their beautiful, light-filled house served as the pre-drinks location, followed by the shadowy and gothic The Asylum Chapel for the ceremony, and then all the quirky eccentricities of Brunswick House for the meal, speeches, and partying.

Don’t miss the gorgeous greenery centerpieces, the double decker bus transport, and chic suits.

April & Dennis’ glam ’70s festival meets London street food wedding

From the “cheese” cake to the cork board Polaroid guest book, this chic London wedding just exudes style. Originally from New Zealand and America, these two are now living it up in London and taking advantage of all the craft beer, Prosecco, gorgeous venues, and good times the city has to offer. Let’s explore their 1970s-inspired, multi-colored dress wearing, seafoam green leisure suit sporting wedding.

Have your UK wedding anywhere in any way with Humanist Ceremonies

If you’re one of the many non-religious couples in Britain who are thinking about having a humanist wedding, you’ll want to read up on our sponsor Humanist Ceremonies. Yes, humanist weddings are still not (yet) legally recognized in England and Wales, so you’ll still have to go to the register office to take care of the legal formalities a few days before or after your humanist wedding. However, a huge advantage of a these humanist weddings is that you can have complete freedom to express yourselves on your wedding day. Here’s how…

Donny & Chris’ booze and drag queens North London wedding crawl

This pair challenged all the rules and focused on the things that really matter: booze and drag queens, bitches! And of course, their sweet vows, lovely venues, and a kick-ass time with loved ones. Oh, and they also have some rad advice for getting a deal on a horse and carriage… you won’t believe what they worked around!