Winter isn’t the first choice for many brides in planning the perfect time of year to get married, but it certainly doesn’t deserve its position in dead-last either. In fact, winter is a lovely time of year to tie the knot, and it’s surprising that more couple don’t do it. Here are 7 reasons why a winter wedding is a fabulous idea:
Winter is a great time of year to say “I do.” You can save money, you get your pick of wedding-related services, plus it’s super fun and romantic. Even with all these benefits, though, there are a few areas that can quickly turn your winter wedding upside down, especially in the hair and makeup department. Use these tips to perfect your look for your winter wedding.
After the vows have been exchanged, it’s time for the real party to begin. One of the biggest components of that party is in the music, which is why you need an experienced and high-quality professional in charge of the sound. Before settling on a musician or DJ, be sure to ask these 9 questions.
Of course your dress is the centerpiece of your wedding attire, but you’ll still need to accessorize at least a little bit. Wedding jewelry will add a bit of sparkle in all the right places, and it can pull your whole look together. Here’s what to keep in mind when you’re picking out your jewelry for the big event:
When you first start planning for your wedding, it’s all fun and magical. About halfway through, you begin to realize just how much work it is. By the end of it, you’re just ready for the big day to arrive so you can wash your hands of the whole thing. Know what will help? Life hacks, a la wedding style. Use the hacks below to help ease the stress of planning and make your engaged life a whole lot easier.
Flowers and greenery are a standard part of any wedding decor, but what the heck do you do with it all after the ceremony? That’s the question many brides have asked, as simply throwing it all in the trash seems like a terrible idea. Here are 4 uses for your flowers after you’ve said your “I do’s”.
Wedding trends are fickle things, changing from one year to the next like the clothes in your closet. 2015 saw a lot of truly beautiful and innovative ideas, many of which will be used for years to come. However, there were also a few that don’t seem to have as long of a lifespan. Here are the trends wedding experts are predicting will be out the door in 2016.
Are you and your fiancé adventure junkies? Good, then keep reading. There’s no better way to kick off a lifetime of adventures together than by planning a honeymoon that capitalizes on your love of thrill-seeking. Try one - or more! - of these fun and adventurous honeymoon ideas:
Being a bridesmaid is a lot of fun, but it can also be quite the undertaking. That’s why it’s so important for brides to not only ask (instead of just expect) their friends to be in their wedding party, but also to show them that their participation is truly appreciated. Try one of these unique and fun ways to ask your pals if they’ll do you the honor of being your bridesmaid!
The beautiful and elegant wedding invitation enclosed in a matching envelope may be a tradition, but it’s also one that has lost favor with more than a few brides. In this digital age, we’ve gone paperless with everything from utility bills to appointment scheduling, so why not apply the same cost-saving and paper waste-reducing principles to wedding invitations? Here are 5 reasons why you should consider a digital invitation for your wedding: