6 rules of getting married - according to Solange Knowles and Joffrey Baratheon

A writer analyzes six new rules to follow after some "unusual" trends set by famous people including Solange Knowles' and Game of Throne's Joffery Baratheon.

The Guardian writer, Stuart Heritage, shares his views on the wedding trends displayed by celebrities in 2014, and made news for days.

In his opinion, wedding ceremonies in recent times, have gone from simple gatherings of family and friends, to a headline-grabbing affair.

Read his humour-laced review of this year's famous nuptials below:

In days of old, weddings were simple affairs. All you needed was a man and a woman, a couple of rings and a rubbishy cake, and a life of unending happiness would be yours.

Try to pull that off today, though, and you’ll be lynched. Guests have expectations now, and their expectations must be met. Luckily, some of the most famous people on the planet got married in 2014, and they have given us a bulletproof blueprint. So, if you’re getting hitched next year, just follow these rules and you won’t go wrong. But do follow them. Follow all of them, every last one, or you’ll be laughed out of town, you crap wedding idiot.

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