Savvy savers Lisa and Mark Davidson from Pontypridd say their day was 'perfect', despite the average wedding now costing over £20,000.
Remember, remember the fifth of November! Here's a list of bonfires and firework displays being held around Wales tonight.
A simple poem inspired by a devastating event. The Boston bombings shocked the world, and motivated Jodie Richards to pick up a pen.
Dave Ratcliffe from Treboeth in Swansea has become famous for his amazing chocolate creations at Brighton shop 'Choccywoccydoodah'.
Dave makes show-stopping cakes for chocolate lovers and celebrities around the world - but makes time to regularly visit his mum Pat, who still lives in Swansea.
You can see more on 'Time of Your Life' on ITV Cymru Wales, tonight at 10.35pm.
Staff at Bridgend Dogs Home say they've been inundated with offers of a new home for Sally - the nine-stone pooch. ITV News featured Sally last week as she went on a diet. Today potential owners will bring their own dogs to meet Sally and see if they get on.
"In a way, we are giving the city back what we have received!" says Nativity director Karam Irfan.
Hannah Wynn Jones, from the Wales Millennium Centre, says the Guinness World Records told the organisers that the Nativity would break a record if more than 50 nationalities were represented.
"It's never been attempted before so it's a first for Cardiff, for Wales and for the world!" she says.
55 different nationalities from around Wales have turned out in Cardiff to attempt to set a Guinness World Record by performing a multi-cultural nativity with the most nations taking part.
Multi-cultural communities living in Wales are aiming to set a new world record by performing a nativity play with over 60 people from different cultures around the world.
People from countries like Denmark, Egypt and Zimbabwe are meeting at the Millennium Centre to not only secure their world record but also to raise awareness of diverse cultures living in Wales.
Guinness World Records have set the nativity team a target of 50 different cultures but organisers are aiming for 60.
Warning - this report contains flash photography
The Empire cinema has been a landmark in Holyhead since the days when films only came in black and white and Charlie Chaplin was still using a cane.
Like many other small screens - it's had its troubles competing in a Multiplex age - and the screen has gone dark for years. Now though - with a major grant - the projector's flickering back into life:
Rob Shelley went along as the screen curtain lifted on a new era.
We've all heard of the phrase where there's muck there's brass...
One man's certainly hoping that's true after mistakenly throwing away a computer hard drive with information on it that's worth more than £4 million.
James Howells from Newport had 7,500 Bitcoins - an online virtual currency - and it's now worth a fortune.
He's digging on a rubbish tip near Newport and hoping to find his old computer.
Rupert Evelyn has been to meet him.
An art-deco cinema will re-open today after a £460,000 overhaul. The Empire cinema now features a soft play area, a laser shooting maze and will show the latest hollywood blockbusters.
It's the only movie theatre on Anglesey and has had several refurbishments since its opening in 1920.
The funding was awarded to Holyhead Town Council from the Welsh Government and Anglesey County Council earlier this year.
The refurbishment of the Empire cinema will create 8 jobs and hopes to bring a new lease of life to the streets of Holyhead.