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Just when you thought that you have accounted for all of your wedding expenses, comes Wedding Etiquette 101 on tipping your wedding vendors. It may have slipped your mind, but don't worry, we are here to add a little more chaos to your wedding planning. So, which wedding vendors do you tip and how much should these tips be?
While tipping is an optional monetary gesture for a job well done, you may be…Continue
So it's official. You and your handsome groom are ditching a hometown wedding and taking this show on the road. After all, a destination wedding is romantic, private and best of all - the honeymoon starts the second you say, "I do". But what about all of your adoring friends and family members back home who have been waiting years to celebrate your nuptials with you?
It's true they won't see you gracefully glide down the aisle to your beloved groom, but that doesn't mean they…Continue
Added by Alexa Thomason on January 25, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments
Preparing to live under the same roof as your husband-to-be for the first time is an exciting but sometimes daunting process. There are a lot of decisions to be made in a short period of time, all while you're planning your wedding and honeymoon, learning to merge your finances and prepping for an entirely new life together.
Deciding where to live after the wedding can be hard to do. While you want to make the right choice for both of you, it's hard to know what will be the best…Continue
Added by Alexa Thomason on January 15, 2012 at 2:41am — No Comments
As a wedding officiant I have the opportunity to observe many folks doing their own planning and set up for their wedding and reception.
Added by Anjolique Bridal on November 30, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Wedding is always a special and memorable moment in everyone’s life. It is pre- written by god. Marriages are always special with someone whom you love to live with. They are done in a unique way based on the culture and other traditions. Selection of church, choosing guests, caterers, marriage band is…Continue
Added by lara on October 12, 2011 at 7:03am — No Comments
Aloha from Maui,
I am so glad you asked this question. I see it all the time on "the knot" and other wedding chat rooms, with people giving really BAD feedback.
Added by Travel to Maui on October 5, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
As the popular old folklore goes, brides who wear something old, new, borrowed and blue will bring good luck to her and her groom on their wedding day and for the rest of their lives together as husband and wife.
Although it’s not entirely understood exactly where this long-standing wedding tradition came from, it’s said to be…Continue
The most common fall wedding colors are just of those you would typically see on trees during autumn foliage, like green, orange, yellow, brown, and red,…Continue
Oh, stripes — you either love ‘em or you hate ‘em. They can be a tad frightening, especially if you’re not 100% sure how to pull them off. But let’s face it, when done right stripes can add a ton of interest, dimension and character to your…Continue
When planning your wedding, don't forget about the special man in your life. Some of the important details every bride plans is the wedding decor, including flowers. You see flowers in every wedding, from the beautifully decorated wedding ceremony and reception venues to the bride and bridesmaids bouquets and the flowers on the groom &…Continue
It's okay to cry at your own wedding. As a matter of fact. . . it often happens and is quite normal. Weeping is not uncommon. Getting married is an emotional moment. Many people tear up at weddings. Crying because you are happy is an amazing emotion. Here are a few tips that might help you prepare for such a moment.
1. Tuck a…Continue
The music you choose for your wedding reception is a fairly major decision to make. Sometimes it’s what can make or break the event, so be sure to take time to decide what would suit you best and peruse all your options.
First, think about what type of wedding reception you’d like to have — formal, casual or themed — and…Continue
The best way to help your bride plan her eco friendy rustic style outside wedding is to think outside the box. Traditional and old fashioned garden tools and decor like wheelbarrows, buckets, wagons and watering cans can easily be transformed into quirky wedding decor. Have the flower girl carry a watering can.…Continue
It's never too early in the wedding planning process to start talking about your guest list. First things first. It's all about the budget! The best way to cut the cost of your wedding is by managing the guest list.
Know what your budget is for food at the reception. Decide how many you want to invite then use the following list to help. If you're on a tight budget, a…
They’re sporty, quirky, fun…and delicious! Grooms’ cakes are a welcome addition to any wedding reception.
A groom’s cake is a way for a bride to include her groom in the wedding, and even show him a little thanks for his love, support and patience throughout all…Continue
Bright, cheerful, trendy and…pink! Check out how this couple turned traditional into fabulous in this stunning wedding photo collection submitted by the talented Photography by Verdi.
Alexandra Nee and Joe Donaldson were married on September 12, 2009 in Riverhead, New York.…Continue
Added by Weddingstar Inc. on July 23, 2011 at 4:00am — No Comments
Some people say "Yay" to inviting children to weddings and some say "Nay," it's absolutely a matter of opinion. There is no steadfast rule to tell you whether or not to do it, but no matter what you choose there are ways to make it the right choice for you.
So I suppose if there was a rule it would be this:…Continue
Reduce, reuse, recycle — sounds simple, right? And most days it is, but just think about the amount of throw-away waste all of the big-bash wedding celebrations must accumulate over time.
Brides today are more environmentally conscious than ever before, and many have opted to go with eco-friendly…Continue
Added by Weddingstar Inc. on July 19, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments