Every bride wants an elegant wedding that looks every bit as beautiful as she does. After months of planning, the ceremony and the reception should wow the guests and go as smoothly as possible. But when you’ve made up your mind to theme your wedding, it can be tougher to get everything together. As for a vintage theme? Follow this guide to include all the best traditions for a vintage style wedding:
Congratulations! You’re engaged. You’ve begun thinking about the type of wedding day you’d like to have, all the people you’d like to share the day with, the funky music that a band will be playing live all night long...and, oh my, is that how much everything costs? In the States, the average wedding costs around $36,000. If you’re looking at that figure and thinking, ‘well, guess we’re not getting married,' then fear not: because you can still have an awesome day, and it won’t have to cost anywhere close to the figure mentioned above. All it takes is a few simple cost-cutting measures.
When you’re planning on attending a wedding, you’re going to want to put your best foot forward. And that means staying up to date on what’s been crossed out of the rule book, what’s been tweaked, and what’s, well, really not up for debate. The TODAY Show gave 7 helpful tips for guests.
For Richer, For Poorer, in Sickness, and in Health: Here Are the Top Four Insurance Tips Newly Married Couples Should Know
Getting married is a time of joy and a time of change. Many couples become financially dependent on one another for the first time when they get married. They might open a joint checking account, purchase property together and rely on both incomes to pay bills.
As newly married couples plan their lives together, it’s important that they also protect their future together financially. Life is full of risks, even for those who try to live as safely as possible, and a key component to being protected is having the right type and amount of insurance protection. But with so many insurance options available, how do you know which insurance products are right for you?
Planning a wedding is fun, but let's face it...often it can be stressful. Many brides are wondering when specific tasks should be completed.. At The Dress Matters, we advise brides to purchase the wedding dress 8-12 months before the wedding, This gives you time to order a dress and allows for alterations. I came across an awesome graphic from Wedding Wire. It gives a nice timeline for booking wedding vendors. It will help make wedding planning and the decision making process a little easier (and more fun!)
Like all things, wedding photography has gone through some significant changes over the years. For a very long time, wedding photography has been all about the straight poses, the good posture, and the uniform setups. Generally speaking, the bride and groom would stand in between their wedding parties, with groomsmen along one side and bridesmaids along the other.
June is the most popular month for weddings, according to Almanac, and before couples head down the aisle, Augusta University Economics Professor Mark Thompson is offering advice to help newlyweds endure the “for richer or poorer” times of life.
Do you have something old, something new, something borrowed and…something blue? This wedding tradition is simple, yet it means the most to some brides. The something blue is the one tradition where you can get the most creative. Martha Stewart shares her pick for the top “25 Unique Ideas for Your ‘Something Blue'" on her Martha Stewart Wedding website. These are the top 8 from that list, and our own picks for your ‘something blue’.
There are many cherished wedding traditions and customs, but if you feel like they can be a big snooze, you’re not alone. Now that the new year is here, it’s time for a change. Derrick Valenti, wedding planner for the Warwick Allerton Chicago, shares a few wedding “rules” that need to be thrown out the window this year.
Did you just get engaged? Congratulations! We know you are eager to tell everyone. Before you start the planning, The Knot has 5 ways to announce your engagement.
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