You said "yes!" and now it's time to let your loved ones know you're officially engaged. Before you start spreading the news over social media or freaking out over wedding-planning checklists, here's what you need to do first.
There are endless ways men can get involved in wedding planning. Some groom's responsibilities are a given: writing vows, purchasing a wedding suit. Smaller gestures, however, are less established but make a big difference too! Read on for 10 Ways Grooms Should Take Responsibility for Wedding Planning
Not Another Wedding Manicure Post. We've collected all the unique bridal manicure inspiration you’ll need for the prettiest wedding nails on your big day, so you don’t have to.
It's not a secret that the first year of marriage is apparently the hardest, with Los Angeles-based psychologist, Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D. explaining that "In the first year of marriage, couples must learn and practice the skills of how to compromise and work as a team more than ever before, both of which aren't always easy to do." …
I cannot tell you how many times I have had couples who have turned down wedding planning services because their venue has an in-house coordinator and then regretted it. Your venue coordinator and wedding planner work perfectly together to ensure your wedding day is stress-free, fun, in your complete vision, and better than your hopes and dreams. Understanding the difference between a wedding planner & a venue coordinator can help avoid a lot of disappointment and frustration.
A lot of you may know that you want someone to do your makeup on your big day but some of you probably don't know where to start looking for a makeup artist, or even what look you want to go for. I'm going to list my top five tips on how to go about finding a makeup artist and deciding on the perfect look.
While I love the idea of writing your own vows, I understand why couples who have been largely excluded from the marriage arena for centuries would love to have a sense of tradition on their big day. However, the wording in traditional ceremonies can be heteronormative and ultimately problematic for same-sex or non-gender binary couples, but …