wedding tradition

Even if you consider yourself a traditional bride, we're betting there's at least one wedding ceremony upgrade you'd consider.
While the big day is definitely something you want to remember, a true feminist wedding is when the partners know it's really about their marriage.
Everyone's got a know-it-all in the family: the uncle who spits out World Series stats at the drop of a hat, the sister who can list all the James Bond flicks in reverse chronological order, the reptile-enthusiast cousin. We're proud to be your wedding equivalent.
Before you say "I Do" here's some timeless wisdom from two famous brides of the Revolutionary Era that today's brides will want to include in their wedding plans.
This couple met up earlier on their wedding day for their "First Look." And so they got "that" moment, in fact they were immersed in that OMG moment in a way they couldn't have been if the ceremony was happening.
It's millennials who are most likely to toss tradition aside, and it's millennials who are getting married right now. But that doesn't mean that everyone at the wedding will appreciate it.
For the four years that my now-husband and I were dating, I heard all about my sister-in-law's huge, gorgeous wedding extravaganza, and I was afraid... very afraid.
I love bringing a little bit of the Edwardian era to people on their wedding day by lending them something special. They should enjoy their life together like they never have before.