One of the least thought about but most stressful tasks of wedding planning is a little thing called the seating chart. The idea of finding the perfect spot for all of your distant relatives and closest friends alike could make ... read more
When it was time to put together your wedding website, you pulled out all the stops. You found the perfect theme. You chose the cutest pictures. You poured your heart and soul into a blog post about your love story. ... read more
Once you get engaged, it’s only natural that you want to shout your excitement from the rooftops—or at least from Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. But how much sharing is too much during your wedding planning? Are there things you shouldn’t ... read more
Creating the wedding guest list can be one of the most difficult, complicated aspects of wedding planning, particularly because it can be such a sensitive, emotional process that involves a lot of feelings all around. But if it’s getting down ... read more
Not everyone dreams of a big wedding. Whether it’s avoiding the ever-growing cost of hosting a wedding or preferring a no-pressure ceremony, some couples would rather go the elopement route. For some, an intimate ceremony officiated by a justice of ... read more
Perhaps you’ve crunched the numbers and a traditional wedding would be an extravagant expense right now. Maybe you want to get married sooner rather than later, and throwing a party for all your friends and family could not be accomplished ... read more
Imagine that you’ve chosen, say, five of your best friends and family members to be your five bridesmaids. Your husband-to-be is ready with five suggestions of groomsmen to stand by his side in the wedding. To your chagrin, there are ... read more
Who should give you away at your wedding? Are there certain rules and conventions you feel compelled to follow when it comes to this aspect of the wedding? Like most other wedding-related decisions, this really depends on you. There are ... read more
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, so it makes sense that you will want your closest family and friends present to celebrate with you. If you’ve lost someone close to you, the pain ... read more
Often, both brides and grooms face new in-law relationships with a bit of worry. While mother-in-law relationships are often forged in the wedding planning process, it can take more effort to draw out a new father-in-law. Both brides and grooms, ... read more
Get the best wedding inspiration, advice, and more fromWeddingbee.com
Subscribe to Newsletter
I agree to receive emails from the site.
I can withdraw my consent at any time by unsubscribing.
"Yes! I'd like to receive news and offers via e-mail."
(Your email address will not be sold or rented to third parties).
Find Amazing Vendors
Whether you’re in a wedding or going to one, there’s something here for everyone. Find support, ask questions, swap stories, and follow brides planning real weddings here on Weddingbee.