If time, work or money weren't an issue, you and your soon-to-be spouse would spend your life traveling. Even though reality is what it is, you can still celebrate your mutual love of travel on your... Read More
Today a wedding isn't a wedding if it doesn't have a lot of sparkle.
"There is an aspect of glitter in every single wedding now," says Sophie Solinsky, owner of Soirée Event Design in Spokane,... Read More
It can be tough to differentiate what things you need to buy versus rent for your wedding day. Which items are better off borrowed? That depends on both your vision and your venue.
“Many things... Read More
Each year, Pantone selects a Color of the Year that expresses the current global mood and attitude.
The 2017 Color of the Year is Greenery. Pantone calls it “a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade... Read More
Whether you’re going for a boho chic, modern or rustic look for your wedding day, geodes, crystals and agate stones can add a beautiful touch.
This trend currently rocking the wedding world can... Read More
Gone are the days of predictable wedding favors that guests may remorsefully throw away.
Ditch the cookie cutters, bubbles and peanuts – here are 4 wedding favors your guests will actually... Read More
The right centerpiece helps carry your wedding theme across the entire reception space. Here are 12 great ideas for unique ways to keep your centerpieces on trend:
Centerpieces... Read More
Whether they’re twinkly, glowing or bright, the right lights can make a big impact in your wedding venue.
Here are five lighting ideas to incorporate into your wedding design to make it truly... Read More
It’s as if Pantone gave brides a surprise wedding present!
When the color specialists at the Pantone Color Institute picked two pastels, Rose Quartz and Serenity as their 2016 Color — make... Read More
Ombré, the gradual change of color shades from light to dark, has become one of the most popular design elements of weddings in recent years, making a mark not only in ceremony décor but fashion... Read More
Thank guests for attending your soirée with these easy DIY reminders of the big day.
Purchase a pile of your favorite local fruit and wrap each snack in a way that works with... Read More
Want a dreamy, romantic vibe for your upcoming I Do’s?
Consider a palette of pale pink and champagne. Just want to have fun? Go for bold pairings of vibrant hues, such as cherry red and aqua.... Read More
Find affordable inspiration in these five expert tips for centerpieces that save pennies without sacrificing personality and style.
Instead of one huge wedding cake and lots of elaborate... Read More
Planning a perfect wedding is no small undertaking. From scheduling venues and hiring vendors to tasting menus, lots of decisions must be made when planning a wedding. But when the pieces fall into... Read More
It’s natural for some brides to balk at the thought of a pastel color scheme for their wedding. A lighter color palette can scream baby shower when a bride is trying to portray a polished, grown-up... Read More
With summer behind us, a rich, verdant green might be the wrong hue for a cool-weather wedding. Instead, look to icy mint green to add some fun and sophistication to a fall or winter event. Here’s... Read More
People and their phones can’t be parted for long.
While Rachael and Jaime Jacome asked their guests to power down their phones during their June 2013 wedding — to much success — the couple... Read More
You’ve locked in the vibe you want for your wedding, but how do you bring your dream day to colorful and perfectly accented life? Two expert planners weigh in with fresh design ideas for three... Read More
Do you have a shelf or cabinet that’s filled to the brim with wedding favors such as engraved ice cream scoopers, cake servers, cheese spreaders or tea light candle holders? If you do, you’re not... Read More
A token of appreciation for guests is requisite at wedding receptions. Wedding favors enable attendees to walk away from the event with a memento and also a small thank you for their participation... Read More
The tradition of showering newlyweds with rice or other grains stems from an ancient Roman fertility rite of blessing the couple with abundance and prosperity.
These days the custom has evolved to... Read More