• Amanda Byram takes HELLO! inside her star-studded wedding

    Irish TV presenter Amanda Byram exclusively shares her wedding album in this week's HELLO! magazine. The Total Wipeout and Paradise Hotel host married digital producer Julian Okines twice - first in an intimate ceremony at London's Oriental Mandarin Hotel, with guests including Fearne Cotton and husband Jesse Wood, Laura Whitmore, Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones and wife Jakki and model Yvonne Connolly and her boyfriend John Conroy, and later with a beach blessing during their honeymoon in the Maldives. Amanda Byram has tied the knot with Julian Okines In a day full of fun, the couple chose a Star Wars-themed wedding cake for

  • James Jagger and Anoushka Sharma celebrate marriage with second ceremony in the English countryside

    Sir Mick Jagger officially welcomed a new addition to his family at the weekend, when his son James celebrated his marriage with a lavish ceremony in the English countryside. James and Anoushka Sharma officially said 'I do' in New York last year, but opted for low key nuptials at the time. But their latest festivities were anything but low key. Anoushka, 28, and 30-year-old James tied the knot all over again in front of friends and family, and chose a large stately home as the destination this time around. CLICK TO VIEW FULL GALLERY James Jagger and Anoushka Sharma held a second

  • Deliciously Ella has married in Mustique – see her wedding photo

    Ella Woodward, best known as Deliciously Ella, has tied the knot. The health blogger married her fiancé Matthew Mills in Mustique on Saturday, and couldn't resist sharing a photo from her big day on social media. The image shows the newlyweds hugging on the beach following their nuptials. Both Ella and Matthew are the picture of happiness as they celebrate in their idyllic tropical surroundings. Best day ever 🎉 A photo posted by Ella Mills (@deliciouslyella) on Apr 25, 2016 at 3:39am PDT Ella Woodward has married Matthew Mills in Mustique Matthew, the son of former Labour minister Tessa Jowell, dressed for the

  • Your top wedding worries – and how to solve them

    It's the day when you're expected to look your best, you want everyone to have fun and you want to screen the best man's speech before he delivers. Not to mention make sure the wedding photographer captures every single detail of your once-in-a-lifetime day. It's no wonder that planning a wedding can be dampened by the little stresses. But fear not, help is at hand. Online gift retailer gettingpersonal.co.uk asked 1,000 new brides what their biggest worries were in the lead-up to their big day – and solved them! 41 per cent worried about achieving "the perfect wedding". Everyone's idea of "perfect"