A wedding suit or tuxedo can be an afterthought or a decision that rivals any fashion peak one might endeavor. I chose the former, having a suit custom made for my October 2014 wedding in downtown Boston.
Let's say that all your life you've loved the color lavender: You've painted your bedroom with it, filled your closet with it, and even dyed lavender streaks in your hair when you were in college.
Rainbows are reaching new heights! As a wedding dress designer, and stylist for EveyClothing.com, I'm seeing more and more brides looking for colorful dresses, rainbow shoes, even colorful veils.
We're loving the hot new colors of the year, while still holding on to the oldies-but-goodies that keep growing in popularity. So without further ado, here are some of the best colors for bridesmaid dresses.
Private businesses, like the Hotel Granvia Kyoto and Tokyo's OutAsiaTravel have been reaching out to LGBT tourists for years. But for a Japanese government agency to do so in such a public and integrated way is unprecedented.
If you're planning to market your services to millennials, ensure that you understand this demographic and involve them in from conceptualization to execution as they prefer to make everything customized not only based on their personalities but also they take pride in making the special moment in their lives truly a unique experience.
Jewelry and adornments take on a whole new meaning in South Asian celebrations -- did you know there's an auspicious sign behind nearly every piece of jewelry a South Asian bride wears?
While all these things are absolutely crucial to make your day perfect, your makeup is equally as important. Not only is the bride the main attraction at any wedding but the photos will last forever.
Themed weddings can be a great way for a couple to express themselves on their special day and can help make your wedding stand out among the crowd.
Let's face it: you'll be much too busy primping, posing for photos, and getting married to worry about whether or not every single guest is enjoying themselves. So why not plan ahead and find great ways to entertain guests and minimize potential wedding stress?
By Heather Hall for TheKnot.com Whether you've found the dress or you're still looking for the one, your wedding gown can indicate more than just you...
Ladies, I get it: Being a bridesmaid isn't all glamor and champagne toasts. It's a big job that requires a lot of your free time, money, and changes the wedding experience altogether. We've all had those thoughts following the infamous inquiry of "Will you be my bridesmaid?"
Shopping for a wedding dress should be one of the most fun, exciting, memorable moments of wedding preparation, but we all know it can also be one of the most stressful. Brides seeking out their perfect wedding gown need to come prepared with the right kinds of questions.
When I have brides that do three dress changes, I really start to wonder what they're thinking and if they have any idea how much time changing dresses will suck out of their time enjoying their actual wedding reception.
It's time to sparkle and shine! Weddings are a time for glam, so why not add some shimmer to your special day? As one of the hottest trends in weddings right now, glitter is a fun way to accessorize and glamorize!
Your style guide will visually and thematically tell your unique wedding story -- first to the vendors, and finally, and most importantly, to your guests.