Your maid of honor should be the one person you trust above all other bridesmaids to help you tackle your big day with ease
It wouldn't be a wedding without the guests. A great party starts with good planning and making sure your guests are in the right frame of mind to have a great time. After all it's the guest's energy that really makes for a great party. You are hosting these guests - and like any good host, it's your job to ensure your guests enjoy themselves.
Wedding season is in full swing, which means many couples are buckling down to finalize arrangements for their big day. From picking a venue to coordinating transportation, there are many details that go into making your wedding picture perfect.
She might be your fiancée, sister, best friend or daughter. You love her and want nothing but the best for her and her dream wedding. You were ecstatic when you found out she was engaged, but now, well let's just say when you see her number come up on your call display, a sense of dread washes over you.
Wedding receptions may hog most of the attention, but the ceremony is ultimately the most important part of the day.
To pre-game or not to pre-game?
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!
For interfaith couples, marriage ceremonies represent so much more than tying the knot.
It's so important to stay connected with your groom through this time. Brides are excited about their weddings, and often that's all they want to talk about. That's completely fine, but you really have to remember to nurture your relationship and to reconnect as a couple.
I was curious -- did holiday weddings work for out for the families as well as the bride and groom? What advice would they give to others? I reached out to real-life couples for the inside scoop.