While the bride is traditionally the center of attention during the wedding, she should still remember to be gracious and consider the feelings of others during the planning process and even on her big day.
You cannot even imagine what the two of you will go through, together or separately. For one thing, there is no "separately." Whatever happens to you affects your spouse -- your victories and defeats will be theirs, their victories and defeats will be yours.
The timing may be imperfect; the setting may be all wrong; but when we find love, we can do nothing but throw ourselves into it with our whole hearts. It is a goal to achieve, a dream to fulfill. It is a bet we hope to win, but may lose.
I was the shortest bridesmaid by a few heads, and they don't sell petites to accommodate busty, bootylicious, short Jews at David's Bridal, which is definitely an establishment run by Christians, or at least, by tall people.
Such life-changing news travels fast -- sometimes too fast -- especially in today's social media-obsessed world. Here are five tips to help you brides and grooms-to-be tell the world you're going to say "I Do" without the ew.