Couples are older and most are living together before marriage, eliminating the need for many of the traditional gifts.
Given the current economy, almost every bride-to-be is bound to be looking for strategies to cut back their big day budget.
In a well-planned ceremony, the music flows seamlessly through to the end in perfect harmony, upholding well-preserved familial and religious traditions, and giving a deeper meaning to event.
Planning your wedding day can be one of the most stressful moments of your life. But it doesn't have to be.
Choosing a color palette is one of the first things you'll do when planning your wedding, and it can be quite difficult!
Some are annoying, pedantic or antiquated. Some just don't fit you and the person you're marrying.
YES, you read correctly: they want to rent themselves out as human billboards in order to pay for their wedding.
Wedding days can be stressful, everyone will tell you that. Here's what they don't tell you: sometimes that stress is self-inflicted.
A public wedding is the best love story in the world, being played out in plain daylight.
When a wedding reception is over, it's over. Done. Lights on, clear the room, time for cleanup. Everybody needs to leave. And yet, some of the wedding guests don't want the party to end.
How will you and your fiancé's personality shine through on your wedding day?