The moment we set eyes on this gorgeous ensemble that Olivia Palermo wore to tie the knot last year, we were pretty much sold on the idea of wedding-day separates.
It was only a matter of time before IKEA found its way into the wedding industry, and now the company is making a splash with its new virtual wedding service that lets couples tie the knot in front of family and friends no matter where they are in the world.
Introducing “Wedding Online,” a virtual video conference that allows you to design your dream wedding and have guests both near and far witness your I Do’s by simply sitting in front of their computer’s webcam (basically it’s one big Skype session).
See for yourself:
If you’ve been feeling like you need a little boost to help you get in dress-ready shape for the Big Day, Unite Fitness has got a little something planned that just might give you that jumpstart: They’re hosting a bridal brunch and workout on Sunday, April 26, that will definitely help you kick off your pre-wedding fitness routine.
The bridal collections just keep on coming! Last month we told you about Ralph Lauren’s foray into wedding dresses, and just today, Calypso St. Barth launched its gorgeous line of bohemian-inspired gowns and separates for your Big Day.
If you plan on staying stateside for your honeymoon—some couples just prefer the domestic thing, while others choose to do a quick U.S. trip right after their wedding before taking a bigger ‘moon later on—we just found a really fantastic roundup of destinations that’ll make your decision so much easier.
How does a pre-wedding shopping spree at BHLDN and Anthropologie sound to you, ladies? That’ll be the prize for one lucky bride-to-be who wins the Win Big, Wish Big contest the brands have going right now, and all you have to do to enter is create a Pinterest board filled with inspiration for your Big Day.
Marriage comes in two parts: the wedding itself—and then all of the legal stuff that makes your newlywed status actually legit.
The latter begins with your marriage license, and since the requirements for getting one vary from state to state, it’s important to do your research beforehand to make sure you have everything covered—the last thing you want is to show up at Room 413 at City Hall unprepared.