Our wedding guides explain how to prepare for the big day, what to expect financially once you have tied the knot and the benefits and drawbacks of a prenuptial agreement.
Your wedding could be one of the most expensive things you ever pay for, so it is worth having insurance in case something goes wrong. Here is how wedding insurance works.
Your wedding will be an amazing day, but an expensive one. Choosing the right way to pay for your big day could help you come in on budget.
If you have wedding insurance and something goes wrong on your big day, your policy is there to cover the cost. Here is how to claim on your wedding insurance policy.
We take a look at when they are a smart idea and whether you should get one if you are tying the knot in the near future.
We all know that tying the knot can affect your day-to-day money management, but exactly what effect does marriage or a civil partnership have on your financial status? We take a look.
The average cost of a wedding is now well over £20,000 but you do not need to spend a small fortune to have the best day ever. Here are eight easy ways you can save money on your wedding without compromising your dream day.
1 in 5 British couples are getting married abroad to cut costs without sacrificing quality, but many do not realise that they are losing out by overlooking their options when making payments abroad.