Whether you are planning a white wedding in a village church, a simple service in a register office or a ceremony on a beach in the Seychelles, you will want to enjoy and stay in control of the proceedings throughout - from the moment you are engaged until you leave for your honeymoon. "The Which? Guide to Getting Married" will enable you to plan your wedding with military precision and within your budget.;The guide: provides timetables, action lists and budget sheets for you to copy; gives advice on the sorts of questions to ask suppliers; includes price guidelines; covers Church of England, Church of Scotland, Roman Catholic, Hindu, Sikh, Muslim, Quaker and Jewish marriages; explains wedding law; helps you plan how you will handle your finances as a couple tax-efficiently; and suggests how to seek redress or compensation if anything goes wrong on the day.;Sound advice is given on every aspect of planning your wedding, from organizing entertainment for children during the proceedings to buying insurance, budgeting and using the Internet to organize the day. "The Which? Guide to Getting Married" sets out all the options for you to consider, including alternative venues for the ceremony - perhaps a stately home or a castle. Guidance is also given to those who are remarrying and those who have divorced parents and step-families.