Choosing individuals to be in your wedding party may be a trickier task than you think. You want to choose all of your favorite people, but you may be concerned with hurting the feelings of others. This is especially true ... read more
Planning a wedding can bring about stress in unexpected ways, and one of those revolves around disrupted relationships with people you were otherwise close to. While this is certainly an unfortunate part of the planning process for some, it is ... read more
Many couples find that the moment they get engaged, they receive unsolicited advice from practically everyone around them. Whether it’s from family members, friends, colleagues, or mere acquaintances, it can be tough to stomach all the unwanted—and sometimes downright bad—advice ... read more
There was a time when religion and marriage went hand in hand. Weddings were performed at the local church, with ceremonies that spoke at length about God’s intentions for marriage and the role of religion in a couple’s life together. ... read more
Before you start planning your wedding, it’s wise to first figure out how much you can spend on the event. Unless you’re footing the entire bill yourself, you probably assume that one or a few of your relatives will pitch ... read more
These days, social media is saturated with couples documenting stylistic proposals, from “marry me?” written out with small candles in a courtyard to mid-hike photo ops that turn into engagement ring pictures. The stress of how your boyfriend or girlfriend ... read more
When I got married, I remember telling my husband, “I’m excited, but I don’t know why…nothing’s really going to change.” In many ways, that was true; we had been living together for four years, we already had a joint bank ... read more
Picture this: you’re officially married to the love of your life. You’ve had a beautiful wedding, you’ve spent an incredible week at a romantic honeymoon spot, and now it’s time to officially begin your life as a married couple. You ... read more
One of the key components of a good wedding vendor is having trust and accountability. It also doesn’t hurt if they’re easy to communicate with and make the wedding planning process fun—almost like a good friend. But what happens if ... read more
One of the keys to the idea of “Universal Design” is that all of us benefit when things are designed to be easy to use, easy to access, and comfortable. This is especially true on a wedding day; you want ... read more
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