The athleisure trend (clothing that can double as exercise gear or a stylish everyday outfit) that's been dominating streetwear is having a ripple effect in the world of weddings as well.
Co-authored by Taylor Matook Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. These are three words that we have all heard countless times in our lives. For some, these are ...
Think outside the whiskey bottle and GoPro bouquet that made the rounds last year on YouTube. A GoPro can be used to film incredible unique moments from your wedding.
Not every wedding can be published on the pages of the elite, even if yours is Martha or SMP-caliber. Luckily, having worked in the bridal publishing industry, I've learned a thing or two about what goes on in the editor's room and how they select what is worthy of publishing.
As you evaluate technology or any wedding trend for your own wedding, make sure to ask yourself if it's something that will help you and your guests enjoy the day, or just a shiny distraction.
It's going to be a great year for weddings!
With the rise in popularity of short engagements, even if there is no ring on your finger (yet), if one is going to be there soon, there's no harm in knowing what's hot and what's not for next year.
Maybe you or your sister or your cousin or your way-too-chatty spin instructor is on the hunt for a wedding gown. (Or maybe you're just on the hunt for pretty things to stare at for four minutes.) Here, gorgeous new dress ideas from New York bridal fashion week.
The good news is that all of these things are important to make your wedding day dreams come true, but when you start planning with Pinterest you might forget -- or simply not prioritize -- the things that actually make a wedding awesome. Here's my list of the top 5 details your 2016 wedding is craving.
After the dress, food is right up there in terms of what's most important on the wedding day. One of the hurdles brides face is either getting into a venue that has amazing food or finding a place that will allow us to bring in a caterer of our choice.
Even if you're not getting married at Buckingham Palace, you may still want a modest wedding dress that's appropriate for church or temple.
Pretty pastels, sky-high cakes, bold brows and gold foil paper are all trending for spring. Here's how to make them yours.
Heart-rate monitors for your walk down the aisle, driver-less cars and 3-D printed desserts are just some of the tech trends you can expect to see in weddings this year.
We're celebrating May 4th (aka "May the Force Be With You Day") by rounding up the most creative wedding ideas inspired by George Lucas' 1977 sci-fi game-changer.
Rainbows are reaching new heights! As a wedding dress designer, and stylist for EveyClothing.com, I'm seeing more and more brides looking for colorful dresses, rainbow shoes, even colorful veils.
In honor of 2015, here are 15 wedding trends that you will be seeing throughout the year. You may recognize some of these trends from last year, and even years past.