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2017 latest wedding trends

By |April 6th, 2017|

Today’s couples are spending more of their own money to have the wedding they want, and in true millennial style, they are focused on making both the wedding and the planning process more meaningful and enjoyable for everyone involved, according to the latest American Wedding Study conducted by Brides magazine.

Brides, published by Condé Nast, has […]

Have You Wondered, Can Your Mom Be a Bridesmaid?

By |January 31st, 2017|

She’ll be by your side as you’re planning, be the first to tear up when you find THE dress, and have a seat of honor at the ceremony. But what if you feel like your mom deserves more recognition than that, and you want her standing by your side during your wedding? Our experts weigh […]

Here Are 3 Things to Remember if You’re Having a Bridesman

By |January 25th, 2017|

Is one of your BFFs a guy? That’s no reason to leave him out of your wedding party and all the pre-wedding festivities that go along with it! Instead, select him as a bridesMAN and add him to your bridal party gang. Of course, with a co-ed bridal party, there are a few things you […]

How Old is Old Enough to Be a Bridesmaid?

By |December 1st, 2016|

When it comes to choosing your wedding party, you’ve got so many people to choose from: Childhood buddies, college BFFs, siblings, your closest friends in your new city… the list goes on! It’s already a lot of options, but there are even more when you reconsider the age requirement. So how old is old enough […]

5 Rules for Choosing Your Bridesmaids and Groomsmen You Should Follow

By |November 22nd, 2016|

While the two of you are the most important people at a wedding, half the fun is being able to celebrate and anticipate your big day with your closest friends by your side serving as bridesmaids and groomsmen. While you might think you can just grab your friends, assign them a bridal title, and call […]

Your Family & Your Budget: How to Handle Both When They’re at Odds

By |November 20th, 2016|

You love your family, but sometimes they get in the way. Namely, when it comes to your wedding budget. Whether your parents are paying but your in-laws want to invite every neighbor, friend, former co-worker under the sun, you need to ask your future in-laws for help, or you have to cut your guest list […]

Brides and Grooms Ask, Should You Host an After Party? Here’s How to Decide

By |November 17th, 2016|

There are no rules, wedding planning professionals agrees, when it comes to an after party — including whether you should host one. It’s just a matter of deciding if you want one in the first place. And luckily, we’ve gathered the pros to break down your decision-making process.

First, “know your crowd,” says Betsy Krug, event […]

Wondering How Late Should You Stay at Your Wedding?

By |November 15th, 2016|

Being the bride at the end of a wedding means somehow balancing a desire to keep the party pumping with wanting to collapse from an extreme level of exhaustion. Fret not: You don’t have to be the last person standing. Our experts guide you into finding an appropriate time to say goodnight.

All of a […]

Here is How to Have a Successful Seated Dinner Without a Seating Chart

By |November 9th, 2016|

 

Seating charts: they’re arguably one of the most annoying parts of planning a wedding, not to mention super stressful when you have a bunch of guests who would simply throw a fit if you sat them anywhere near each other. Then again, there are always those guests that complain about not getting seated next […]

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 […]