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RAE & CHAKRAWERTTI David and Gina Rae of Melksham are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Ellena Jane to Sandeepan, younger son of Arun and Mitali Chakrawertti of Swindon. Congratulations, both families look forward to weddings in Kolkata and Oxford.
Wedding reception seating can be a bit of a minefield. Should you have a seating plan or not? If you do, who do you sit where? It sounds complicated, but just takes a little imagination and some careful planning.
It doesn't matter how lavish or how modest a wedding might be, there are three things they all have in common; transport, photography and flowers.
Traditionally, wedding cakes were made to bring good luck to all guests and the couple. So why not make yours extra special?
Before you can start having a celebratory knees-up, popping champagne corks and excitedly declaring yourself husband and wife, you will need to make sure you have ticked all the legal boxes by organising and attending a wedding ceremony of some sort.
It’s obviously a privilege to be asked by your best friend to be the chief bridesmaid. It’s also an honour you don’t get charged with every day and can be a daunting task.