When you think of a celebrity wedding, you probably think glitz, glamour and sparkle. But believe it or not, many celebs these days are looking for a ...
There's nothing more festive than a make-your-own hot cocoa bar! Whether you're hosting a holiday party this year, or looking for a fun DIY project for your winter wedding, this adorable set up is easy to pull together. Guests will love mixing their own cups of cocoa complete with cheerful holiday accouterments.
We dreamt up six fresh, delicious libations that can appeal to every celebration -- from winter weddings to Christmas to New Year's -- and delight the palette at the same time. These seasonal drinks will not only warm up any cold weather fete, they can also be enjoyed once the temperatures rise. (Bonus!)
As more couples move their nuptials outdoors and to other secular locations, brides and grooms of all faiths are opting to exchange vows beneath beautiful canopies and arches.
While Pinterest has a wealth of wedding planning inspiration, not every bride wants her big day to feel like it's straight out of a well-curated board.
Thank your guests for coming out to celebrate your big day with edible delights or keepsake favors that serve a useful purpose.
It's going to be a great year for weddings!
Neither of us were thrilled about paying another year of separate rent (D.C. can be expensive), plus, why wait? We knew we wanted to get married anyway and we had already gone through premarital counseling. So just like that we picked a day in the next three or four months that we could fit into our work schedule and got planning.
Chuppahs, or wedding canopies, are a gorgeous Jewish wedding tradition, and we love the creativity they allow when it comes to design.
If you've spent any time on Pinterest lately, you've undoubtedly spotted plenty of signs that couples are using to personalize their wedding decorations.
The longer your engagement, the more choices you will have, so if you are getting married in under a year, you should start your search the day after that ring goes on.
Adding a backdrop behind the spot where you'll exchange your vows helps draw all of your guests' eyes front and center.
Sure, most brides wear white or ivory on their wedding day -- but that doesn't mean you have to!
Focusing on the bride's big moment, Reem Acra's Fall 2016 wedding dresses showcased volumes of fabric, trains for days and a subtle hint of lingerie.
When you're planning a fall wedding, every last detail counts. Everything from the barn venue to the pumpkin centerpieces to the leaf-shaped place cards help create that warm and cozy feeling that makes us love the fall. But one of my absolute favorite details -- and probably the most fun one to plan -- is the cocktail menu.
From uplighting to lanterns, image projections to illuminated backdrops, here are some of our favorite ideas.