If your friends and family had a slight heart attack when they found out that the average cost of being a wedding guest has now hit $673, they’ll very much appreciate you passing along today’s money-saving talk.
For many brides-to-be, nailing down a fitness routine and establishing healthy eating habits are a big part of preparing for the Big Day. Whether your goal is to look fabulous in your dress or you simply want to feel your very best as you walk down the aisle, there’s no better time to motivate yourself to get in shape than in the months leading up to your wedding.
We’re always interested to learn about wedding traditions in other countries and cultures—it’s fascinating to see how various groups of people from around the world celebrate marriage, and how their customs are both similar and different from ours.
If you have yet to go shopping for some pretty little underthings to wear on your wedding night and honeymoon, we suggest you take note of the fabulous event we’re about to share with you.
We’ve touched on the topic of wedding budgets many times here on the blog, and for good reason: That magic number will influence every aspect of your Big Day, so it’s important to get your financial ducks in a row before you begin planning.
We’re all about making the planning process as smooth and stress-free as possible for our readers, so when we stumbled upon this list of wedding planner-approved websites and apps that every bride should know about, we knew it was a good one to pass along to you.
Seriously, we were grinning from ear to ear the second this Illinois couple started to break it down on the dance floor.
They are just too adorable, and considering the fact that the groom “has spent his life avoiding the dance floor at all costs,” we think he did a pretty stellar job keeping up with his wife (she’s a dancer and choreographed the whole thing).
Check out Nicole and Kyle’s epic routine to “Classic” by MKTO:
New York’s Spring 2016 Bridal Fashion Week (also known as #bridalmarket) was in full swing over the weekend, which means our social media channels were overflowing with images and videos from all of our favorite bridal designers’ runway shows.
Needless to say, we were dripping in dress envy.