10 Reasons to Buy the Spring 2016 Issue of mywedding
Just in case the allure of pretty dresses and heaps upon heaps of wedding ideas and inspiration aren’t enough, here are 10 more reasons to head to your nearest Target, Barnes & Noble or Wal-Mart and grab a copy of the new issue of mywedding.
Everything you could ever want to know about planning a hometown wedding…plus favor and gift ideas for every single state.
This subtly beaded dress — and about nine others that push the bounds of wedding tradition in the prettiest way possible.
The Case for Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses
Real inspiration from real weddings, including this colorful collection of bridesmaid dresses that will make you wonder why uniform gowns for your besties was ever a thing.
The Perfect Parade
It turns out the best idea for a wedding reception includes a handful of kazoos, a short distance from the ceremony to the reception and all your favorite people marching down the street.
This real DIY project turned a leftover wooden box into a craft to be treasured for years to come, but it’s not the only DIY project in the new issue. Five more projects with nothing less than real flower power are exactly what a spring or summer wedding need.
A Complete Guide to Wedding Planning
From selecting a venue to picking the right music for your ceremony, this issue features a comprehensive wedding planning guide with extra tips for couples planning a DIY or backyard wedding.
All the Flower Girls
These might just be the sweetest flower girls you ever did see. We’re still tempted to try to find a pair of those shorts in adult sizes, although we’re not sure we’d look quite that cute.
Insanely Beautiful Flower Trends
Processional Songs for Every Couple’s Style
Wedding music is a big deal — and these songs are some of our favorites for the bride’s big entrance.
The second sweetest flower girl you ever did see and hundreds of other stunning details.
Photo credits: Rach Lea Photography | Shannon Von Eschen | Kate Ignatowski Photography | Ely Brothers | Jordan Voth | Honey Honey Photography | Michele Hart Photography | M.K. Sadler | Gantes Co. | Heather Hawkins