In planning a wedding, there is so much to think about and many details to attend to. If you’re having a destination wedding, that list will likely seem even longer and more daunting. One thing that couples forget about leading ... read more
Your nieces, nephews, and littlest cousins are probably just as excited as anyone else that you’re getting married—but they also have early bedtimes, short fuses, and the potential to drag your friends and family away from the festivities. How do ... read more
I have a very big family, which includes a lot of very small children. When I got married, I wanted my cousins, aunts, and uncles to have a relaxing afternoon, where they could chat with each other, enjoy their meals, ... read more
Choosing your wedding party is an important part of preparing for your big day, and in doing so, there are many key roles to fill. One of those, depending on what you want for your wedding, is choosing a flower ... read more
Having a flower girl or ring bearer at your wedding can make for some of the cutest pictures you’ll get from the whole day. A ring bearer allows you to have a young child from your family or friends participate ... read more
Kids. You love them, and they’re tons of fun, but when it comes to sitting still…let’s just say they have some learning to do. Unfortunately, a restless kid can totally derail a serious wedding ceremony. (And if you don’t believe ... read more
One of the toughest decisions to make when planning your wedding is the venue. The venue is what sets the tone and the aesthetics for the evening. (And let’s not forget—it will also largely determine what the rest of your ... read more
There is often a little bit of downtime at the very beginning of a wedding reception. Brides and grooms take a few minutes to get some pictures taken, but a lot of the guests end up at the cocktail hour ... read more
Weddings are major events that bring out excitement and joy for most people. But what about folks who are very superstitious? What are some common wedding-related superstitions and should you pay attention to them or ignore them altogether? Although there ... read more
Wedding traditions vary wildly from one culture to another, and many of these traditions and rituals stem from the dominant religions of each region. Shinto weddings in Japan include the san-san-ku-do, a purification ritual that involves sharing cups of sake. ... read more
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