Commitment Ceremony Tips

Photography by Lori Paladino – see more at www.loriphoto.com For same-sex couples who do not live in a state that has legalized gay marriage, there is the option of holding a private commitment ceremony instead. While this is by no... Read More

Summer Wedding Plans? How to Beat the Heat

While most of us are still trying to cope with the relentless chill of winter (try a hot toddy or three!), it can be difficult to believe that spring is actually here – with summer hot on its heels. Don’t... Read More

We Do!

There are many personal life situations that traditional wedding planning etiquette does not address. One example of this is how to incorporate children from a previous relationship into the wedding ceremony. The bride, the groom or both may have children... Read More

The Man Registry on Destination Weddings

Photography by Milton Gil- see more at www.miltongil.com Always dreamed of getting married on the beach or in the mountains? If you and your bride-to-be are an adventurous, travel-loving couple, a destination wedding may be a perfect fit. These events... Read More

Planning an Interfaith Wedding

Photography by A Bryan Johnson Photo – see more at www.abryanphoto.com Marrying a person of a different faith can bring up many issues in wedding planning – not to mention the issues that can surface in your relationship. However, there... Read More

hot-pink-black-wedding-color-board Looking For an Officiant

Looking for a wedding officiant and have no idea where to start? Although many couples generally select their officiant depending upon what religious services they attend, others face the daunting prospect of finding a virtual stranger to play such an... Read More

Aloha Spirit 101: An Intro to Hawaiian Wedding Traditions

Photography by Joshua Fletcher – see more at www.fletchphotography.com If you like the idea of getting lei’d at the beginning of your wedding ceremony, then a Hawaiian wedding may be right up your alley! Aside from providing infinite opportunities to... Read More

Sharing The Love

Photography by Anna Kuperberg – see more at www.annakuperberg.com I love small weddings. An intimate ceremony of forty or fewer affords possibilities that just can’t happen in a large gathering. When you have a small wedding your guests can be... Read More

With Us In Spirit

A wedding is a joyful event that celebrates the union of two people who have found in each other a lifelong love. The ceremony symbolically affirms, and also legalizes the bond they share. And the party that follows is a... Read More

Your Four-Legged Ring Bearer

Photography by Anna Kuperberg – see more at www.annakuperberg.com Forget about having your sister’s temper-tantrum-throwing five year old son as the ring bearer. You’ve got your loyal, dedicated doggie to do the job. You know, that obedient, furry pal who... Read More

Choosing the Right Officiant for You

Photography by Cameron Ingalls – see more at www.cameroningalls.com Occasionally a couple looking to interview me for the role of officiant will express their fears about choosing the wrong person to do the job. The concerns are typically based on... Read More

William Fogler Talks About Color Matching and Balance

Whether it’s wedding etiquette questions, info on the latest styles and trends, or timeless advice, our in-house wedding designer William has the answers.Have a burning question about your big day? Send it to us at: info@mywedding.com or tweet it or... Read More

Beyond the Limo: Alternative Wedding Transportation

Photography by altf – see more at www.altf.com Your wedding transportation needs are going to be determined by the locations of your ceremony, reception, and accommodations. If you’re having a destination wedding, for example, where everyone will be staying in... Read More