Picture this: Your wedding day has finally arrived, and you're at the reception, thanking everyone for sharing this special moment with you. A guest proposes a toast, except instead of concluding with raising his glass, he somehow ends up down on one knee, producing a box from his pocket. Shrieks ensue when he pops it open, and guests realize what's going on. Be honest — how would you react?
Choosing your wedding music is no longer as simple as just deciding between a band or a DJ. From specialty performances to unique collaborations, Jim Eppolito of West Coast Music shares the biggest trends he's seeing right now:
Chic escort cards, gorgeous blooms, whimsical cake toppers — it’s the little things that come together to create a unique and memorable celebration.
From save-the-dates to favors, check out these letter-perfect blogger picks.
Q. "I plan on wearing a blusher veil and would like to know who should lift it — my dad or my fiancé?"
A. Good question. But first, a fun fact: The blusher veil dates back to ancient times when a bride would cover her face to ward off evil spirits, hide from kidnappers or prevent the groom from seeing her if it was an arranged marriage. Luckily, times have changed and wearing a blusher today is simply a style choice.
There's one thing guests always remember about a wedding — the food (was it the best meal of your life? Or was it so awful that you ordered a pizza later on?).