Nowadays, it isn't enough to just see someone's work online. You have to really investigate and interview your vendors.
Brides who have spent their whole lives dreaming about their wedding often feel a letdown when everything is over and done, and the wedding gown has been sent to the drycleaners for preservation. Suddenly, although not without warning, everything URGENT on the "Must Do" list is real life.
Girls, please don't call me cheap. Call me practical. And if any last minute expenses come up, your dad will happily pay for them with a minimal amount of grumbling.
Since our wedding, quite a few people have made comments to us that they "feel bad" that it rained on our wedding day, or how "great" we were for handling it "despite the rain." Let me make one thing clear: September 12, 2015 was the single most perfect, fun, and love-filled day of my life, and I would not change one thing about it, especially not the rain.
So, the other day, I felt like a total adult. Like, so adulty, that it made me feel uncomfortable. Why? Well, my hus and I took a long overdue trip to the attorney's office to sign our wills, health care proxies, and other important documents so that we could protect our kids from any additional anguish should the worst case scenario become a reality.
There I was on our wedding day, a feminist dressed in ivory, clutching my father's arm while he walked me down the aisle. Making a wedding "feminist" is a tough task -- nearly impossible, and I found myself having to make concessions along the way.
As Honeyfund turns ten, I'm often being asked to talk about how wedding traditions have changed over the last decade. Perhaps the most impactful cha...
We appreciate the depth of their experience and love the raw emotion they capture in their photos, the art and their legacy. So it's made us sad to see quite a few wedding photographer horror stories hitting social media lately. We feel that they cast a shadow over the amazing service and experience that the majority of professional wedding photographers provide to their couples.
SIMPLE is probably my least favorite word in the bridal vocabulary. What does it mean when a bride says she wants a SIMPLE wedding? That tells me abso...
Every engaged gal fears being called the B-word. You know which one I'm talking about. When you're planning your wedding and things aren't going quite as you thought they would, it's actually not all that difficult to slip into the role of a bridezilla. We've all been there a time or two and it's not pretty.
The surprising benefit of rain on your wedding day? You'll score absolutely amazing wedding photos.
The month is slowly cruising to an end, but we never stop looking for opportunities to express our gratitude, love or appreciation to friends, colleag...
When I walk into that courtroom, I want to look really fabulous. Not to make my husband have second thoughts about the divorce (That's just silly; I've been in his rear view mirror for a long time now), but rather to make myself feel good.
If you plan your wedding before you're actually sure you're ready to get married, and you split up, you'll lose more than the "love of your life." You'll lose money -- and you might actually owe more!
When you look at your wedding as not the "best day ever" but as "the best is yet to come," you will free yourself from the pressure of everything having to be perfect, and instead you will realize one thing: it already is. Because you found each other.
Here at ModCloth, we're often inspired by the opulence of bygone eras. When it comes to weddings, we love taking sartorial cues from some of the most ...