It's the middle of the summer, a.k.a. wedding season, with plenty of wedding-related travel in full swing. As a flight attendant, I get to meet plenty of people caught up in different stages of nuptial bliss. Here's my advice.
The photo isn't about the thing you see. It's about what others missed seeing in that moment that they ought to not miss. Don't create your wedding or its moments for the photos' sake. The photos should be created for the wedding's sake.
He says I still have that new bride smell. That man I exchanged I do's with almost 26 years ago... the man I promised to love and to cherish, to honor and cook for, and to continue to laugh at his potty humor until death do us part.
Regardless of their sexual orientation, I want my nieces and nephews to grow up thinking that it isn't impossible for two men to get married; it's normal. That's why I don't want to be their uncle who lives with his partner; I want to be their uncle who lives with his husband.
Want to guarantee an invite to weddings beyond the one you're attending this weekend? Acting the part of a gracious, respectful guest is step one. Here's a cheat sheet for charming the bride and groom.
You're engaged--now what? Wedding 411 is all about determining the big picture -- Who, What, When, Where? We have put together a list of the Top 5 Questions you will need to answer. So pour yourself a cocktail and get to work on your Wedding 411.
My husband and I have been together for twelve years and married for nine years. Our parents have never met in person. Although, I do not count this as a negative. Everyone gets along sublimely and their phone conversation skills are superb.
Rachel Wolf's father/daughter dance on Saturday, July 20 was everything she hoped it would be -- the only thing missing was a groom to watch on. Her dad is losing his battle with terminal pancreatic cancer, but that didn't stop Rachel from making their wedding wish come true