Red is the color of romance, and it's as gorgeous for your wedding as it is for Valentine's Day.
With Valentine's Day around the corner, scratch the idea of lavish and pricey planning.
Congratulations! You just got engaged! While it should be the happiest time in your life, inevitably panic and fear have set in.
We've seen so many celebrities choosing to walk the red carpets with pin straight or loosely curled hair. Why not try it on your Big Day?
Let your venue set the tone for your big day look.
I get stopped on the streets regularly about my hair, so I thought it would be appropriate to share my secrets with you as you prepare for your Big Day!
If you had asked me that day as I posed for the iPhone, I would have told you that satin is a definite part of my dream wedding dress.
Every bride knows it's not easy to convince a slew of people to wear the same thing.
Every bride-to-be knows the details matter. When choosing a wedding style, be it subtle or more blatant, everything from the dress, to the flowers, to the décor, to the groomsmen's shoes count. Well, the brows are no exception.
Your wedding dress should be many things: It should be flattering, it should be chic. And then there's the color, silhouette and price to consider. But mostly, your dress should be you.
A showstopping bow, plunging backline, or daring cutout in rose crepe-satin: Who says your recessional shouldn't be just as dramatic as your entrance?
In the beauty world, "natural" never really means "natural" -- the same amount of prep and primp goes into creating these modern looks. But with a little know-how you can pull off this smart and understated style on your Big Day.
I had the perfect thing to complete the fairy tale... and then I sold it.
It's part of my job to read and look at bridal magazines. But now that I'm looking at them as a bride, I've started seeing things I'd previously dismissed: all the articles about hiding my "figure flaws" and finding the right dress to hid my "figure flaws." Yuck.
On your wedding day, smooth, glowing skin is an absolute must. However, that vibrant and flawless finish found on your cheeks should not stop at the neck, especially when bridal trends of strapless, backless, and even short wedding dresses are on the rise.
Every bride has her own signature style -- be it subdued or magnificently over the top. And once you've found the wedding dress that best represents y...