October 30-November 2: Nicole Miller Trunk Show
You’ll receive 10 percent savings if you order any of the featured designer’s dresses during the trunk show; call to make an appointment.
Sometimes we almost feel like our lovely friends at Be Well Philly are writing specifically for our brides over here at PW, so helpful are they in sharing info that is particularly good for busy ladies like yourselves when it comes to staying fit—and on track to get in dress-ready shape for your Big Day.
Sometimes all you need for a little bit of honeymoon inspiration is an idea or two to set you off on the right research track—which is what we thought of when this cute little infographic from Couples Resorts.
It breaks down six of the most popular getaway locations for couples—each and every one of which would undoubtedly make for a fab honeymoon—along with a few romantic ideas of what to do while there (the Pont de l’Archeveche in Paris, Dunn’s River Falls in Negril) to make sure and get your dreamily wedded bliss off on the right track. Take a look.
For more on honeymoons, go here.
As you may have noticed, it is not without a good measure of frequency that declarations are made about marriage after some sort of research or study or survey takes place. You know, like, say, the one we talked about recently that announced that couples who had bigger weddings tend to have happy marriages and that these days, a third of marriages begin with a hookup.
Well, another one came out, recently—from Emory University—and a data scientist went ahead and did us all a favor and boiled all of the findings down into graphs, which are very easy to read, and, if you follow them, basically give you the keys to entering into a bullet-proof marriage.
The Washington Post mused today on whether the whole freezing the top tier of your wedding cake for the purposes of sentimental consumption on your first anniversary thing is a tradition that should just die already.
So, while I think that whether or not you choose to follow this tradition is completely a matter of preference and that it’s definitely not necessary for a tradition to not exist (or die) in order for a couple to voluntarily just, you know, not follow it, what I did find interesting in the piece was a whole slew of pointers for successfully freezing and defrosting your wedding cake, if that’s an effort you’re choosing to put forth.
They basically break down like this:
October 23-26: Rosa Clara Bridal Trunk Show
The TWO Collection will be featured during this event—however the shop will offer 10 percent savings if you order any of the featured designer’s dresses from any collection during the trunk show; call to make an appointment.
You know, you’d think with as many of these things as I see, the tears would be at least a little hesitant when a proposal video starts rolling, but that most often just isn’t the case—and it definitely isn’t with this one.
To promote their new sitcom, Marry Me (starring Casey Wilson who is always funny and Ken Marino who I can’t not think of as Guy Young from Eastbound & Down), NBC helped a real-life dude propose to his real-life girlfriend in quite the elaborate show of lip synching and flash mobbing, surprise guests and professional dancers and ballerinas and football players and a whole host of other characters that you’ll miss if you blink, but you’ll have to blink to clear out the tears.
It’s a sweet one. Take a look:
The show premiers on Tuesday, October 14th. No word on when Bret and Jovan’s wedding will do the same.
To read about—and watch!—more proposals we love, go here.