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.
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.
Crash diets around Christmas time aren't exactly new - but for Sally - it could mean a whole new life. - She weighs a whopping nine stone and is one of the biggest ever taken into Bridgend Dogs Trust and she isn't going to be easy to rehome. Tom Sheldrick has been to meet her.
Sally is ten kilos overweight and on a strict diet and exercise programme to make sure she's fit enough to be re-homed. Tom Sheldrick report's on her fat camp lifestyle tonight on ITV Wales at 1800. But here's a taster of when Tom first met Sally.
Old master John Beck sold thousands of his artworks over the years but his paintings have never been shown off as a collection. But with his 100th birthday looming, John's family decided to put on a one-man show in Tenby.
Great-grandad John still paints every day and says it helps to keep him young. The father-of-four was never a full-time artist and earned his living as a hotelier and an antique dealer. In his younger days he was a friend of the hell-raising Welsh poet Dylan Thomas and the artist Augustus John.
Widower John sold his early work to admirers for a few pounds - but some of his canvasses are on sale for £400 at his first exhibition which opens on Saturday and was organised by his daughter Prue who he lives with in the village of Cosheston, near Pembroke.
Pruse said, ""He has turned his hand to many things over the years, sport, antiques, property, betting on horses - but, by his own admission, has not decided what he wants to do yet!"
The retrospective exhibition will be held at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery from November 30 until December 21.
One of the biggest dogs ever brought to Bridgend's Dogs Trust is being forced to lose weight to help her find a new owner.
Sally, a 60kg leonberger is needing to lose 10kg to reach a normal weight for her breed.
The huge canine was brought to the dogs home after her owners were unable to look after her anymore.
Vets have now put Sally on a strict calorie-controlled diet and intense exercise programme to ensure she is in the best shape to be re-homed.
Linda Feagan from Dogs Trust Bridgend: "She's quite a novelty because she is such a big cuddly dog - but people need to really know what they're taking on in a large dog. Get her into your home and she's going to be sweeping stuff off the coffee table."
"So we just need to make sure she goes to someone who knows what they're getting themselves into and can give her the care that she needs - good love, and make sure she's not having too many treats."
The Bridgend Dogs home are now looking for someone who will be able to look take care of this giant pooch.
If you've already started your Christmas shopping - take note of this bit of retail research: You only have 40 minutes to make rational decisions!
Scientists at Bangor University have been using brain scanners to find out more about how we shop, and there are some surprising results - as Ian Lang has been finding out.
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Dr Jonathan Deacon is a marketing expert at the University of South Wales. He says that using a brain scanner to examine shopper's behaviour could help businesses to make more informed decisions about where they put their products, and could remove the problem of too much choice in the supermarket.
Supermarket shoppers are to be brain-scanned to test their reactions to promotions and special offers in a major project led by Bangor University.
As part of the test, shoppers will see a full range of supermarket products on a screen in front of them and they are asked to make normal shopping choices from a shopping list while faced with a wide range or promotions and special offers.
The aim is to identify which part of the brain is involved in making choices by measuring blood flow and brain activity.