On Sunday, October 12th, we here at Philadelphia Wedding will be hanging out at the Shops at the Bellevue for the fifth and fabulous Bellevue Gets Engaged!
At this lovely Sunday-afternoon event (it goes from 12-4), you’ll get to:
If don't want a veil, these photos will help inspire your wedding-day 'do.
We've rounded up local salons that'll give you long, lush lashes for your Big Day
So, yes: You can still get good wedding pictures in gloomy weather.
Each of her gorgeous fonts are named after a cocktail.
Over the past few days, I have seen several bits and pieces on the Interwebs—here and here and here, for starters—referring to the new wedding-cake “decoration” technology that Disney recently unveiled at their Fairy Tale Wedding Expo (after having patented it, of course).
It’s called projection mapping, which basically means that animated images are projected in light onto an all-white cake, which acts as a blank canvas-kinda projection “screen.” The rather mesmerizing result—however you might feel specifically about Disney images—is definitely ooh- and ahh-worthy:
We were wondering, though: Now that the technology is out there, is this something we’d start seeing as a cool new way for a couple to “decorate” their wedding cake?
Well, we have seen lists declaring various destinations to be the most popular for honeymoons based on a variety of factors: according to where the best hotels are; what places have the best beaches; according to US News & World Report; where celebrities most like to take their ‘moons; which destinations hold the most unique, memorable hotels—and on and on and on.
Well now, Facebook has joined in! And they have now determined what the most popular honeymoon destinations of this year have been based on where newly married couples checked-in within two weeks of tying the knot (or at least announcing that they tied the knot via the social media channel, of course).
It’s not often that when someone uses the term “labor of love,” they are talking about such extreme and extended actual physical labor, but in this case, I think the term literally applies.
John Greenwood, a groom in the UK, decided that it would be really lovely if he actually personally procured the gold that would be used to make an engagement ring for his now-wife, and so he went into the Scottish mountains, and panned for it—like, with a pan, shovel, towel and rake—and did just that. Oh, and he did it for so long—18 months, to be exact—that he ended up with enough flakes, nuggets, chunks and specks to create gold wedding bands for the two of them, too.
No matter how you choose to rationalize the hours you’ve (likely) spent binge-watching Say Yes to the Dress, we can all agree that the popular TLC show has paved the way for wedding-related reality television (as evidenced by it’s many, many spinoffs). It is, after all, the network’s longest running primetime series, and when the 12th season debuts on October 10, Say Yes to the Dress will be back with a must-see mega episode and a few surprise guests.
We have good news for those of you who missed Brides Against Breast Cancer‘s Charity Gown Sale and Bridal Show when it came to town earlier this year: the fantastic event is coming back to Philly next weekend and trust us, if you have yet to find your dress for the Big Day, you’ll definitely want to grab yourself a ticket this time around.
The Pew Research Center has just put out a whole bunch of new data into the world that sheds some interesting light on the marrieds—and non-marrieds—of the world.
Apparently, for the first time in basically forever, not-married people outnumber married people in this country. (They’re guessing it’s because people are a) getting married a little later in life these days, and b) more and more people seem to be living together, and even raising children together, without ever officially tying the knot.)