Weddings

Weddings

So you’ve found the perfect diamond ring for your beautiful bride-to-be and you’ve popped the big question. But now, it’s time to find the perfect suit for your perfect day (and you thought proposing was the hard part)!   A rule of thumb: decide on a venue before choosing a suit....

“Wedding season” is the time when a majority of couples tie the knot, ranging from May to October. Of course, you want to be able to attend all of your close friends’ weddings, but traveling and buying gifts can get expensive. Here’s how to survive the wedding season on...

Your wedding will be one of the most memorable days of your life full of joy, family, and dancing. While you spend time planning for the ceremony and reception, it’s important to take care of yourself along the way. We spoke with Madelana Escudero (@itscalledbalance), a recipe developer &...

Guest post by Hilary Kennedy, lifestyle blogger and TV host at HilaryKennedy.com Winter is one of the most beautiful times of year to get married…the twinkling lights, the magical winter white landscape, and the beautiful accessory options! Though I got married in May, I have often dreamed of what it...

The first part of your wedding that guests experience is your save the date, followed by the formal invitation. Your invitations set the tone for the entire day, so you’ll want to make sure they match the style, formality, and color scheme of your wedding. If you’re having trouble...

Traditionally, brides give their bridesmaids and maid of honor gifts to thank them for their help and to commemorate the special day. Common bridal party gifts include jewelry, clutch bags, and make-up that can be worn on the wedding day and beyond. Jewelry makes a great gift for your...

If you’re getting married soon, you’ve probably been scouring Pinterest and Instagram for amazing wedding hair and makeup looks. Of course, your wedding makeup needs to be amazing to create stunning big day photos. To help you save time so you don’t have to endlessly scroll through the internet,...

You’ve probably heard the rhyme, “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.” The phrase actually originally included “and a sixpence in her shoe.” This rhyme dates back to the Victorian Era of England. Wearing these items down the aisle is supposed to bring the bride good luck....