The intrepid, romantic souls who have braved the world of online dating knew about catfishing long before MTV brought the practice into pop culture.
There are, of course, a great many more than just ten things to consider when planning a wedding. Realistically, the number goes well into the hundreds, but there are nonetheless certain considerations that can and will have a much bigger impact than others.
As the internet takes over various parts of day to day life, it is no surprise that more and more people are looking for love online across all age groups.
The average woman expects her wedding proposal to be at a landmark in her home city, with a dazzling ring costing £1013, according to new research.
One in four Brits is secretly holding on to something which reminds them of an ex, a study has found.
Spending money on a date may be seen as an investment for the future but what happens if the date goes badly?
No matter how or when your husband-to-be decides to ‘pop the question’, there’s certainly one question that stands out among all others: What engagement ring is he going to choose?!
There are many different ways to ‘pop the question’ from arranging a romantic picnic on the beach to taking your loved one out for a special dinner.
The average Briton forks out £41 on their spouse to celebrate Valentine’s Day, a recent survey has found.
We used to say it with flowers — but now the true sign of modern love is a change in Facebook status from ‘single’ to ‘in a relationship’, according to new research.
With January set to be the busiest month for online dating sites, Brits are becoming savvy daters by looking to voucher codes and low-cost rendezvous to curb costs.
Love is in the air in the Garden of England with a host of exciting offers available for the most romantic weekend of 2015.
Celebrate St Valentine’s Day this year in the luxury of The Ritz London. A London landmark, situated in its iconic location between the vibrant metropolitan areas of Mayfair and St. James’s, The Ritz London provides the ultimate destination for the perfect quintessentially British experience.
Where you live, or rather who you live with, is a dating deal-breaker for 32% of young single women, according to new research for budgeting account provider thinkmoney.
The fun farewell to the bride’s single-life increasingly involves an overnight or weekend stay, which requires a carefully thought out wardrobe for the hens, with often several new items of clothing.
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