Brian O’Driscoll & Amy Huberman marry in Co. Leitrim

Irish rugby star Brian O'Driscoll tied the knot with Irish actress Amy Huberman yesterday in Aughavas, Co. Leitrim.

Wedding Report from Slightly Bonkers

Well fellow missies, it’s been a while since you have heard from Slightly Bonkers.  That’s “MRS” Slightly Bonkers to you now!! The wedding is over, the honeymoon is...

Around the World in Six Wedding Traditions

Bridal Blogger Tinkerbelle Bride takes a look at interesting wedding traditions from around the world, from African wedding beads to French hope chests.

Final blog post as a single woman!

Well Missies here I am on the final countdown (que music du, du, du, du) to my wedding day – early next week we will be in Sorrento...

My Wedding in Italy – less than 4 weeks to go!

Greetings fellow missies or should I say Buon Giorno! I’ve been blogging less and less as the big day approaches, this day four weeks (Saturday) I will be...

8 Weeks to go to my wedding in Sorrento, Italy

Greetings fellow missies 🙂 Welcome back to my blog, you will have to excuse my absence as I was travelling to Las Vegas for my job (it’s a...

Got the bridesmaids dresses, table plan, wedding rings and FITT Bootcamp

Greetings fellow missies! Hope all your wedding preparations are coming along well, its now 11 weeks to my big day and I am starting to get very excited....

Guide To Wedding Invitations

Whether you choose a stationery supplier, or go down the DIY route, follow this simple advice from Gorgeous Cards. 

Rockin’ the pre-marriage course, more paperwork and bridesmaids’ dresses

Hello fellow missies. Hope all of your plans are coming along nicely since my last posting. I am on a serious countdown now – only 15 weeks and...

Doing it Sorrento Style – Diary from a Real Irish Bride Planning her Wedding in Italy

Greetings fellow Missies! Claire has asked me to share my pre-wedding tales on my exciting journey between now and my big day in May 2010. So after 5...

Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue

We all know the wedding tradition that a bride should carry something old, new, borrowed & blue with her on her wedding day, but why?