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Age Old Question Should We Seat Relatives Our Age with Family or with Friends?

By |November 8th, 2016|

The wedding reception seating chart is an oft-dreaded task that makes brides and grooms cringe. Even with the most fool-proof approaches, high-tech programs, and tried-and-true advice, there’s still an emotional aspect to the process that adds an extra dose of stress, no matter how prepared you are. But thankfully, some questions are easier to answer […]

Answer to the Question, Does Our Wedding Party Have to Sit Together at the Reception?

By |November 4th, 2016|

Figuring out where each of your guests will sit brings up a lot of questions — and a lot of politics. From aunts who haven’t spoken in years to divorced parents to that high school friend who doesn’t really know anyone, picking a seat for each guest can be stressful! And while at this […]

Here are 5 Popular Wedding Trends That Aren’t Going Anywhere

By |November 3rd, 2016|

There are some wedding trends that fade without a second thought, while others make their mark on the bridal world for a good long while. But how do you make these everlasting trends feel fresh, unique and personalized even when they’ve popped up in countless weddings? Enter Mindy Weiss, the Wedding Paper Divas Style Partner […]

6 Ways to Beat Wedding Stress While Getting Fit

By |September 19th, 2016|

If wedding planning has you so tense that you can barely remember to eat a meal or work out, then it’s time to reevaluate how to beat your stress. Why not eliminate your worries while achieving your fitness goals? It turns out that there are plenty of ways to do both at the same time […]

Every Wedding “Plus One” Needs to Know these Basic Rules

By |August 29th, 2016|

This is it. The big day is finally here. Your new(ish) significant other was invited to a wedding, and they’re allowed to bring a date. That date is you. Hooray! Here’s everything you need to know about meeting friends and family, behaving appropriately, giving a gift, and just overall not coming off like a total […]

Question You may Ask, Why a Wedding DJ Costs THAT Much?

By |August 25th, 2016|



If you’ve never planned a wedding before, it can be difficult to understand why a specific type of wedding pro costs what they do. For example, the average cost of wedding DJ services in the United States is $1,099, but what are the factors that go into that price? Well, turns out it’s more than […]

Wedding Study of 2016 Unveils the Latest Wedding Trends and Spending Habits of Engaged Couples

By |August 20th, 2016|

NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – August 10, 2016) – Today, Michelle Myers, publisher and chief revenue officer of BRIDES, and Keija Minor, editor in chief of BRIDES, announced the findings from the 2016 American Wedding Study. BRIDES, published by Condé Nast, is the number one bridal brand and has been conducting the American Wedding Study, a […]

Here are Some Secrets for Throwing the Most Epic Wedding Your Friends Will Ever Attend

By |August 15th, 2016|

Of course we want you to have fun at your own wedding. But as Amy Nichols, owner of Amy Nichols Special Events and co-founder of The Poppy Group, points out, making your wedding a fun experience for guests is a major component to pulling off a successful wedding. “There are probably 50 to 250 more […]

To Create the Ultimate Guest Experience: Here are 4 Entertainment Trends for the 2016 Wedding

By |August 9th, 2016|

The days of Bridezilla and one dimensional weddings are long gone. Couples planning 2016 weddings are creating thoughtful, dynamic and meaningful events that, above all, give guests once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Wow your nearest and dearest with these delightful ideas trending now.

Wedding Weekends are all the rage. With guests traveling from both near […]

Lets Review Wedding Trends: Then And Now

By |August 8th, 2016|

Through the years, wedding tradition has been defined and maintained. Think about the whole “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” tradition. Or the traditional wedding vows (“with this ring, I thee wed..”). They were once trends that became tradition— someone came up with an idea and it caught on. But while some wedding […]