I (Still) Do!
Photography by Anna Kuperberg – see more at www.annakuperberg.com Beautiful flowers, elegant music, heartfelt vows, the gathering of friends and family to witness the joining of two people. Are you thinking of a wedding? Although it does describe the elements... Read More
Ask the Editor: Engagement Ring During the Ceremony?
What do I do with my engagement ring during the wedding ceremony? - Ellen Atlanta, GA There are no absolute etiquette rules when it comes to how you wear your engagement ring during your wedding. If it is a part... 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
Kid-Friendly Wedding (Part 2): Activities to Keep the Kids Happy
If the kid to adult ratio at your wedding is a bit larger than you initially anticipated take the necessary steps to plan accordingly. After you’re sure the day will run smoothly for the wee ones (and yourself), you’ll want... Read More
Don’t Play YMCA!
Photography by Cameron Ingalls – see more at www.cameroningalls.com Take it from someone who attends weddings on a weekly basis, your DJ may try to play “YMCA” and other severely outdated moldy oldies! If you have had enough of songs... Read More
Creative Photography and Videography Ideas for your Reception
Photography by The Wiebners – Joel and Rita Wiebner – see more at www.thewiebners.com Aside from traditional photography and videography, there are other fun ways to capture the happenings at your party. Here are a few creative suggestions to get... Read More
Rice Throwing Alternatives
Photography by The Wiebners – see more at www.thewiebners.com As fellow mywedding.com wedding blogger, Mary, said so eloquently: Rice throwing just shouldnâ€™t happen anymore. Well, unless you would like to be pelted with small, hard objects. Then, by all means,... 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
Return to the Altar: Planning Your Second Wedding (or Third, or…)
Whether you’re divorced or widowed, if you’re getting married for a second time (or more) you probably feel like you’ve been blessed with a new opportunity for life-long love and happiness. Congratulations! Now before you cue the band to play... Read More
Guest Blogger: The Man Registry on Grooms Cakes
Photography by Cameron Ingalls – see more at www.cameroningalls.com All About The Groom’s Cake One of the more popular wedding trends has become adding a groom’s cake to the festivities. That’s right, guys – a cake just for you. The... 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
The “Ice” in Nice for your Wedding Reception
Photograph by Renee Robichaux A very classic accent to any wedding is the elegance of ice sculptures. They make dramatic centerpieces for buffet tables and overall décor. If you’re thinking about having an ice sculpture at your wedding reception, here... Read More
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 Secret Sauce of Great Wedding Photos
Photography by Parris Whittingham – see more at www.pswhittingham.com So good you can taste em’ Brides and grooms often ask me, “How can you ensure my wedding photographs will be as good as the photos on your site?” The simple... Read More
Kid-Friendly Wedding (Part 1): Planning for Success
If a good number of your guests are 18 and under, you may want to consider taking steps to planning a kid-friendly wedding. Having a lot of kids at your wedding can be fun and endearing, but in order for... Read More
Drink Before You Speak! And Other Unwritten Laws of Wedding Toasts!
Photography by The Wiebners – Joel and Rita Wiebner – see more at www.thewiebners.com Some people are lucky enough to be able to speak candidly in front of a group, with grace and wit and impeccable timing. I hate them.... Read More