wedding season

For BRIDES, by Jen Glantz. One of the very first things you’ll do after getting engaged is pick the date of your wedding
Wedding season takes a toll on even the most seasoned of us all.
A simple suit can go a long way -- maybe even until death do you part.
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!
Fantastic. You have your drink. People are mingling. Have you tried the crab cakes with that aioli stuff?
Our theme was chic garden party, so while silver and china were prominent, we mixed and matched plates and glassware to keep it from looking too formal for the backyard garden setting.
'Tis the season...for weddings. Yay or nay? Sometimes the last thing we feel like doing is attending a wedding as a single, divorcee. The romance, the dancing, the 'love' in the air is enough to choke the bitterness right out of us.
You need a healthy fear of marriage like you need a healthy fear of the ocean," a friend poignantly remarked the other day.
Run for your (social) lives: Wedding season is here. "Not everyone is getting married, you guys." April kicks off the season
Enjoy going to a wedding or two this summer. Have fun, drink champagne and eat cake, but don't consume yourself with what someone else's wedding vows mean about your own life. Your life is wonderful, and it is wholly yours.
Through the power of '60s girl group music, comedian Bridgid Ryan captures the turmoil involved in the daunting task of finding
There are numerous things I never thought I would have to tell people not to do but in many cases common sense is not so common. Here are a few tips you should consider NOT doing when attending your next wedding.
June has long been the most popular month to get married -- in 2012, 17 percent of American couples tied the knot in this
What time is it? Wedding time! That's right, starting in May, picking up steam in June, and going full force through the
From seashell bouquets to starfish décor to exiting your reception on a boat, there are so many fantastic ideas that'll only work at this idyllic setting. Here, get 50 ideas just for you.
Fall wedding season is in full swing; whether you're a guest or have bridesmaid responsibilities, you're going to want to make sure you're prepared to maximize your opportunities as a single.