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
So you’ve found the man or woman of your dreams and you’re getting married! Congratulations! Now you and your soon-to-be-spouse can ride off alone into the sunset and live happily ever after…except that’s not exactly how it works, is it? ... read more
While your wedding day is primarily a celebration of you and your spouse’s love, it’s also about the love you share with close friends and family. In truth, without the support you’ve both received from loved ones over the years, ... read more
The day your son or daughter gets married is always emotional. You may feel nostalgic for the little baby you held in your arms years ago, proud of the person they’ve grown up to be, and also relived that all ... read more
Your mom is such an important part of your wedding planning process. If you want to show her your appreciation while still ticking everything off the to-do list, here are a few great options. And even if you and your ... read more
You’ve met their parents, and maybe you’ve even spent a fair amount of time with them. Because you want to like your potential new family so much, it can be frustrating to realize that something about their personalities really bothers ... read more
One of the most interesting unknowns when you get married is how well you’ll get along with your partner’s family—aka your brand new in-laws! Depending on your situation while dating, you may or may not have spent a lot of ... read more
As the mother of the bride or groom, your child’s wedding is an extra exciting time. It’s an emotional, beautiful, awesome day to celebrate a new chapter in your child’s life, and of course you want to be a part ... read more
When it comes time to plan your wedding every friend and family member will feel compelled to share their ideas. Some you’ll like, some you won’t, and that’s fine. But it’s a completely different story once your mother-in-law gets involved. ... read more
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