Tickets, tips, dress code and where to watch it if you don't make it to the meet.
Our Luxury Editor makes some savvy suggestions for your big day.
Whether you splash out or keep it simple, one thing you shouldn't compromise on is your wedding clothes – and morning dress is best, says Jonathan Self.
A collaboration between Huntsman and Sotheby's has given rise to some remarkably beautiful jackets.
A set of bespoke tweeds is on every gentleman's wish list – Charlotte Peters looks at the best places to get them made.
Caroline Fleetwood has seen it all while hosting weddings at Duncton Mill Fishery in Sussex – and she offers some words of advice for couples planning their nuptials.
Sometimes it's best just to call in the experts.
The secret of the classic country wedding is quality over quantity, says Giles Kime
Annabel Beeforth from Love My Dress gives her tips on how to pull off the perfect country wedding.
Flora Watkins pleads with brides-to-be to avoid the temptation to recruit a small army.
Weddings are as chock full of myth and superstition as they are canapés and crazy relatives.
You'll be heading down the aisle before you know it.
One of London’s oldest Savile Row tailors is now producing suits made from yak hair.
When you say it with flowers, choose your words carefully.
Gorgeous gifts for gorgeous people.
Leslie Geddes-Brown is full of praise for a smart sartorial move by Prime Minister Theresa May.
Sometimes custard yellow, but always soft and snug, corduroy is one of the most pleasing materials in a countryman’s wardrobe, finds Alec Marsh.
Sported by traditional types, the walking cane is both stylish, practical – and sometimes deadly.
Turnbull & Asser know a thing or two about pocket squares