Inspired by Lake District wedding photographer Hannah Hall Photography

There might be 50K* wedding photographers in the UK… so how do you choose the best one for YOU?

With a thousand places to search online, a new social platform for every generation, up to 50K websites and a ‘recommended’ list at every venue, where should you even start? How will you refine your search? What should you even be looking for?

Don’t worry – with expert advice on choosing your wedding photographer from Hannah Hall Photography, we’ve got you covered.

We want your wedding to be a fun-filled, joyous event from the beginning to the very end. Imagine your guests smiling all day long, even the couples who don’t know a soul. Keeping every guest entertained through the quiet, in-between bits of your day can be a challenge… but we have the solution right here!

A fresh start is SO important, and we’re making some really exciting changes! English Wedding is – as ever – ALL about finding YOU the most amazing suppliers for your wedding day. So we’ll be spending a lot more time on our social channels, sharing the lovely things our couples have told us about their UK wedding suppliers.

We’re starting afresh as if we were launching a brand new wedding blog – we figured, bring you all the ideas you could ever wish for, and put you in touch with the fabulous folks who can make them happen for you!

A guest blog by acoustic wedding singer Matthew Stephens

I decided to write a little piece detailing the potential options for couples during their first dance. Aaaaand, I’m starting to wish I hadn’t! There are so many options that you could honestly write a book about it. So, I’ll look at some of the main ones I cover as an acoustic wedding singer and I’ll try to branch off into other areas as I go and cover as much as possible.

If you’re planning to make your wedding celebrations stand out from the rest, the time of year you decide to have a wedding could actually make the event much more significant. In fact, only 3% of weddings are held in December, and only 1% in January, according to the Knot.

Here, we will explore some things you might want to consider when hosting a New Year’s wedding.