Walking down the aisle together is the big moment of many a bride and groom. But what if that aisle is not in a church - but the local supermarket?
That's the location chosen by Rebecca Wooller and Blake Green who have decided to tie the knot at Morrisons. Sarah Cooper reports.
A bride-to-be has spoken of her shock after the shop where she ordered her wedding dress suddenly closed.
Perfection Bridal in Reading announced its closure on its Facebook page. Jayne Davies, from Wokingham, is one of a number of women left without a dress just months before the big day. Mel Bloor reports.
We all know weddings can cost a lot of money but now anyone wanting to tie the knot in Brighton and Hove this winter can do so at a cheaper price.
The colder months are traditionally a quieter time for weddings - and so the Register Office is offering a 25 per cent discount on bookings from 1 January until the end of March.
It's often described as one of the biggest days of your life, and is certainly one of the most expensive.
Couples are spending thousands on their wedding day. In fact, the average cost of a wedding in the Meridian region is £14,980 - a little higher than the national average of £14,441.
Lauren Hall has been to the National Wedding Show to find out why tying the knot means untying those purse strings.
The family of a bride who's engagement ring was stolen on her wedding day are offering a £1000 reward to try and get it back before the couple return from honeymoon.
The ring was in a handbag taken from the lobby of St Peter ad Vincula Church in Wisborough Green, Sussex. The theft understandably put a dampener on the couple's special day - who then tried to track it down with a mobile phone.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to the groom's father Mervyn Granshaw.
Bournemouth Pier could soon be used by couples wanting to get married. The Key West Restaurant at the end of the pier has applied to become a wedding venue.
Beach weddings are already popular along the Dorset coast, with 94 couples tying the knot at a licensed beach hut at West Cliff.
A couple have beaten the odds to enjoy the sort of wedding most of us would take for granted. Olympic hopeful Natalie Burr was paralysed from the neck down while trampolining - and was told she would never walk again.
But, with her partner Shane's support, she managed to make it down the aisle - and dance the first dance. Sarah Saunders went to meet them.