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
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
When you marry a person who has children, there are a lot of new things that happen all at once: you become a spouse and you become a stepparent on the same day. This is a big deal! Here are ... read more
Getting married is a big, exciting adventure in and of itself, but it becomes even more so when your partner has children—your future stepchildren—and you want to make them feel special as you go through the wedding planning process. Here ... 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
It’s tradition to purchase or make a present for both the bride’s parents and the groom’s parents at the time of the wedding. This is done to thank them for all the work they may have contributed to the wedding ... read more
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