bride and groom

Hi there and congrats, all you newly engaged couples! You have just entered one of life's most exciting moments. It's the time when all those childhood daydreams of lacy white gowns and peachy bridal bouquets are turned into reality... it's time to plan your real-life, actual wedding!
If you want to see the love a groom has for his partner-to-be, watch his face on their wedding day.
A wedding suit or tuxedo can be an afterthought or a decision that rivals any fashion peak one might endeavor. I chose the former, having a suit custom made for my October 2014 wedding in downtown Boston.
When I look on Facebook and see all of the wonderful comments and likes on my 2012 wedding photos, I'm thinking, "Dang. I wish I could have invited her" and "Crap. He is such an awesome friend/party guest/cool dude. I wish he could have come."
There is an old saying that you should always remember: "He who has the gold, makes the rules." Basically, if the parents are writing the checks, they are also writing the rules.
I've been a wedding photographer for 5 years. I've photographed young couples, old couples, straight couples, gay couples, Christian couples, Jewish couples, affluent couples, budget couples, and yet one thing remains the same. People are most beautiful when they laugh.
Before tying the knot, every couple imagines what their wedding night might look like -- some combination of rose petals
This incredible pic -- which racked up over one million views in just under five hours -- was posted to Reddit Monday with
There's nothing wrong with wanting to distance yourself from the bridezilla stereotype and be as nice and flexible as you