Planning a wedding is the perfect time to support small businesses in your local area or wherever you’re getting married. Since so much money goes into wedding planning, think of how nice it would be to put some of those ... read more
One of the most exciting parts of wedding planning is when you send out your invitations. This point in the process makes it feel like your big day is really happening. As your vision begins to come to life, you ... read more
Having another celebration, such as a birthday, coincide with your wedding day is not as uncommon as you might think. While some to-be-newlyweds may find it awkward to share their special day with someone else, it may be unavoidable if ... read more
As any engaged couple will tell you, wedding planning is stressful. Not surprisingly, all the anxiety and sense of overwhelm can ultimately play out in your relationship. You might find yourself fighting more than usual or maybe talking about the ... read more
It’s always fun to put personal touches into your wedding day, but choosing between the different options may seem intimidating. One way to personalize your wedding a bit while offering your guests a fun culinary treat is to craft a ... read more
These days, food allergies are becoming more commonplace. Of course, you should always remember to inquire about any food intolerances from your wedding guests and accommodate them as best as possible. While catering to everyone is impossible and trying to ... read more
If you weren’t the one to kneel down before your significant other, here’s your chance to step into their shoes. Except, of course, in your case you’ll be proposing to your bridesmaids instead! In terms of the hierarchy of all ... read more
Be honest: When you were asked to give a wedding toast at your dear friend or family member’s upcoming reception, your gut instinct was to say no—especially if speaking in public has never been your strong suit. If you’re shy ... read more
Especially if you don’t have a wedding planner, one big worry you may experience as a bride is surrounding the set-up of your wedding venue. Of course, you’ll want to do everything you can to ensure that everything is set ... read more
While every religious tradition and personal preference can change the length of a marriage ceremony, there are some core components that are quite common in a typical wedding in the United States. Clearly, you can add and subtract items based ... read more
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