My advice for the brides? Stop trying to demand your groom to chime in. He picked you, he proposed, he's done. Otherwise, don't complain when you wind up with fire-breathing, car crushing robots at your reception with x-box games available during cocktail hour.
I am not a psychologist. I am not a marriage expert. I am not a "sex columnist." I am just a person who has been in a committed relationship for most of my adult life, and all I can say is, if marriage isn't working these days, it's because of the people we are today not anything else.
From the moment you get engaged, it seems everyone has some wedding know-how to share. A lot of these tips are helpful; some are borderline disastrous.
You're getting married! When it comes to planning this wedding, remember that you got this. After all, what could possibly be stressful for a bride-to-be? Sure, there are lots of decisions, but it's nothing you can't handle.
It's totally normal to feel like your to-do list is too long to tackle.
Indian destination weddings have been trending among Canadian South Asian brides and grooms for the past five or so years. With accessible, inexpensive and direct flights available to sunny destinations and newly engaged couples hearing about beach-side nuptials through word-of-mouth, it's no surprise big, fat Indian weddings are turning into experiential, intimate vacay-weddings instead -- a refreshing trend indeed.
What seems to be trending is, really, a lot of what we've been seeing but, like anything about these epic events (dresses, flowers, parties), we can expect a more of a finished look.
With so many details that go into a wedding, from flowers, to the cake, the invitations are just as important! Remember, they're the first thing your guests receive and they offer a sneak peek of what's to come on.
On our wedding day, I could have easily let the missing cake affect my attitude. Ted could have, too. If we'd chosen not to laugh at it, but instead to stress over it, our wedding day would have been marked with tension and negativity. But it wasn't.
Wedding season seems to bring out the quote book from all of us.
As someone who plans a lot of barn/farm weddings, I always get a little nervous when that is on my client's wish list. If you are dreaming of a big red barn and wedded bliss under the stars, here are 10 things you need to know before selecting your venue.
Happy Tax Day! Cheers to you and your fiancee! Time to party! OK, maybe it isn't so glorious for everyone. If you're writing a big check to the IR...
Enough! Unless you're in the hospital or have just had a death in your immediate family, there is no excuse to no-show at a wedding. Ever. It's very rude.
I asked seven insightful photographers to share their expertise on the best wedding photo ideas for 2015. But these aren't just "2015 wedding photo idea trends" -- this is about capturing photos that are timeless and meaningful for you, not just ideas that look fashionable now but posed later.