The Wedding Toast: Top Do’s and Don’ts

Making a toast is customary at weddings, but with toasting comes great responsibility not to insult anyone in the room or otherwise make a fool of yourself. However, if you really mess up, there is always the option of feeling bribery. Try creating wedding albums online, as well as in print - to help commemorate [...]

By | January 30th, 2017|Categories: Wedding Etiquette|Tags: , , |

7 Ways to Say Thank You after Your Wedding

It takes a special bunch of people to help a wedding come together, and sometimes you want to go that extra mile to find a unique and creative way to say thank you. Whether it’s your bridal party’s endless patience and sense of fun, your parents always lending you their ear, or your uncle stepping [...]

By | September 8th, 2016|Categories: DIY Wedding, Wedding Etiquette, Wedding Planning, Wedding Trends|

10 Tips for Picking Your Bridal Party

As if you don’t have enough to worry about during wedding planning, choosing your bridal party can be a minefield. From worrying best men speeches to picking out the dresses, there is a lot to consider. Here are some handy tips to take a little stress away. 1. Ask well in advance It’s not just [...]

By | August 16th, 2016|Categories: Wedding Etiquette, Wedding inspiration, Wedding Planning, Wedding Trends, Weddings|

Getting Along With Wedding Planning ‘Helpers’

Unless you’re in the lucky minority, it is highly likely you will have to deal – and get along – with some of the least helpful wedding planner helpers you can imagine. Not only do you have your own mother to contend with, now someone else’s? Stereotypical as it may be, interfering mother-in-laws, difficult mothers, [...]

By | August 4th, 2016|Categories: DIY Wedding, Wedding Etiquette, Wedding inspiration, Wedding Planning, Wedding Trends, Weddings|

Wedding Trends: Design Details

We all know the basic structure of a wedding: ceremony, reception, cake, drinks, dress, etc. But what is it that really makes a wedding stand out? The key is in the details – this is where you can really let your creativity shine. Where one wedding may have a live band, another may choose a [...]

By | July 28th, 2016|Categories: Wedding Etiquette, Wedding inspiration, Wedding Trends, Weddings|

Pros and Cons: Should You Ask for a Honeymoon Fund?

It’s always tricky thinking about gifts when it comes to wedding planning. Now it’s 2016 and, as more and more couples are already living together pre-marriage, a lot of the gifts on the list are things you already have. If you’re in this position, it’s unlikely you want to register for gifts just for the [...]

By | June 30th, 2016|Categories: Honeymoons, Ideas, Real Couples, Real Weddings, Wedding Etiquette|

Where and When to Splurge on your Wedding

Most people that plan a wedding look for money saving tips for every avenue of their wedding. Weddings are becoming bigger and bigger every year, and while we of course want to have the best day we possibly can, a lot of it comes with a rather hefty price tag. However, you shouldn’t feel you [...]

7 Tips to Avoid Being a Bridezilla

It’s the term every bride dreads. Part stressed bride-to-be, part monster, a bridezilla forms at the darkest hour of the wedding planning process. With vendor issues, unreliable bridal parties, and uncooperative grooms begets this creature of ugliness, spit, and unreasonable demands. Still, it is a term that is bandied about all too quickly as soon [...]

By | April 26th, 2016|Categories: Ideas, Real Couples, Real Weddings, Wedding Etiquette, Wedding inspiration|

How to Embrace Wedding Photo Mistakes

No matter how much we plan, we all have those unplanned and unpredictable moments in our life. They are unavoidable, and can even happen on your wedding day. So what to do when a manic horse’s face jumps into the lens at the last second, or you accidentally flash your underwear at the camera on [...]

10 Tips for Getting Your Groom in the Spotlight

One of the hardest parts of planning a wedding is often being the groom. Seemingly less important, his fun wedding ideas less valued, he can feel like he needs to ‘butt out’ and leave everything upto the bride. After all, it’s the dress that gets all the attention, and sometimes your groom can end up [...]

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