No matter what your style is, it is important to choose your color palette with your heart. Forget the fads--go with something you love (like your fiancé!).
As mobile technology continues to become more powerful and accessible, it can provide great opportunities to enhance, share and remember your wedding day. With that easy access though comes the danger of going overboard when it comes to technical bells and whistles.
It seems like DIY weddings are everywhere these days, and while we love looking at them...we're not sure we'd actually like to plan one ourselves.
"I know that this is unusual and everyone else I've asked has told me the answer is absolutely NOT, but I figured I would ask you: Is it OK to retract my earlier YES? Is it ok to say no to being a bridesmaid?"
It's an age-old wedding etiquette question that's been the source of great debate: Is it okay to wear a white dress to a wedding if you are not the one getting hitched?
By Lauren Frankfort, Brides Nothing says "spring wedding" better than pretty pastel bridesmaid dresses. Lavender, mint, peach, or periwinkle, these s...
The search for your wedding gown can be a daunting process -- some girls love the idea while others can sincerely do without it. As it is, brides have a million things to think about when planning their "perfect day." Here are a few tips for you overwhelmed brides.
Flowers are a given when it comes to weddings, but you aren't limited to bouquets.
Imagine this: walking down the aisle on your wedding day and feeling like it's the ultimate runway.
During a random afternoon of Pinterest surfing, I came across the website of a personal style blogger who sported a beautiful, pale pink, cushion-cut engagement ring in her photos--I was smitten.
While seeing your friends and loved ones walk down the aisle is wonderful, all those invites can leave you stressed about what to wear.
By Heather Lee, Brides A signature cocktail is a delicious way to personalize your wedding menu, especially if you're throwing a destination wedding....
But what most women don't think about -- and should -- is beyond the dress of their dreams: what to wear underneath it.
Do not to think of the veil as a symbol that defines who you are as a woman. Instead, see your veil as a superb accessory to your gown.
Mothers often panic when faced with having to search for a dress for their child's wedding. Most mothers don't have the same figure they had when they were brides. The good news is that if you know which styles best suit your figure, you are more than halfway there! To make the process easier, I have listed specific figure issues or body types.
Planning your wedding day can be one of the most stressful moments of your life. But it doesn't have to be.