10 Tips for a Calm and Happy First Year of Marriage

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." …

Recommended Supplier: Knife of Brian

Finding a caterer that is not only adaptable and understanding of your needs, but who is exciting and innovative isn't as easy as it sounds. However, Suffolk-based Brian Pow lives for the trade and for the food, and it translates. From his mouth-watering recipes on his blog to his excellent barbecue catering, he's the perfect chef for a large summer event or wedding- and he comes complete with glowing testimonials!

From Karen, with Love’s Ultimate Guide to Wedding Gifts that don’t suck!

Wedding Gifts can be a source of anxiety for many guests when they aren't presented with a gift wish-list by the intended newlyweds! Us guests are guilty of falling back to safety nets like champagne, gift cards, or even kitchen appliances! How about actually spoiling the happy couple with something they can cherish forever and that doesn't totally suck?! Check From Karen, with Love's ultimate picks for all sorts of couples.

Venue Coordinator vs Wedding Planner: Understanding what and who you’ve booked.

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.