Thinking about hiring a wedding planner? Our friends at The Daily Meal evaluated event-planning companies across the country to curate the best of the best — the planners who are setting trends and making an impact on the wedding industry. Find the top planner in your state!
She’s known as “The Sweets Stylist,” and with good reason. Just take a look at Amy Atlas’s celebratory — and delectable — sugar scapes.
One of the most frequently-asked questions we receive from BG brides is how to plan a wedding when life hits you the hardest. I've seen my loved ones struggle with this firsthand: One relative got laid off (after 10+ years on the job) a month before she got married. Another friend reached her low point when her father-in-law was diagnosed with cancer and underwent chemotherapy a few months before her big day.
Google "wedding ideas" and you'll get about 9.89 million results, but there's no guidebook for what to do when you don't have a mom to wedding dress shop with you, or you're forced to Skype cake options with your fiancé who is stationed overseas in the military. The lack of information out there on how to plan a wedding during tough times led us to some of our favorite wedding pros for practical advice that will not only help you get through this challenging period, but also find some joy in the process.
From color palettes to centerpieces to cakes, get tons of inspiration for a winter wedding.
Need some inspiration to find the perfect song for your first dance as husband and wife? Check out what these couples used!
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How is marriage going to affect your finances? We checked in with Terry Jorde, senior executive president and chief of staff at Independent Community Bankers of America.
Photo Credit: Mari Darr~Welch Weddings
No doubt you’ve worked hard to stage a wedding reception with tons of individual style, so why should your ceremony be any different? Get personal, and consider writing your own vows. Don't stress: It’s not as daunting as you might think. Here’s how it’s done.
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