'Brides to be' can use many tech tools to enhance their wedding planning experience. Being a bride in this day and age means being more tech savvy than ever before. Apps and digital tools can greatly cut down stress and help keep you organized.
The tradition, the food, the hospitality...What's not to love about a good old fashioned Southern wedding? We asked expert wedding planners from all across the South for their best tips to giving any wedding a bit of Southern charm!
The very word elopement is romantic, especially if your wedding takes place in a far-away place such as Paris or Venice. But even a civil ceremony at City Hall can be romantic when two people are truly in love.
I'd like to tell you that I saw it shining in the light of the moon. That would be more romantic. But it was in the glare of the pre-dawn streetlight that it caught my eye. I was walking my dog on Crescent Street at 5:30 a.m. on trash day, and it was out at the curb with the cans.
Like bridezillas, groomzillas can be emotionally tied to their opinions being heard and of course implemented. If his opinions are not crossing over from dreams to reality, he can make the worst bridezilla look like a Sunday sweetheart.
When you are a bride-to-be, you want to do everything right, and there's a lot to get right. Along with planning the wedding and all the myriad details that involves, it's important to know the etiquette of wedding showers.
Brides tend to forget how emotionally invested mothers can be as her little princess gets married. Momzillas come in different shapes and forms, but all need to be regarded carefully as to not risk the relationship between mother and daughter.
Many old wedding traditions are great and should not be completely dismissed. So, when you are about to try something new for your wedding planning, take a step back and think about whether or not you are still acting in the spirit of that tradition.
At a recent wedding we had the pleasure of executing a very unique "memory lane" for our bride and groom. The couple along with both sets of parents and the bride's grandparents all had a cake topper from their own wedding day.
She won't be the most conventional of brides, but the details of her dress are not to be revealed, in case her fiancé sees this before the special day. I can, however, reveal the details of her makeup. Here's the cosmetic scoop!