It can be easy to get caught up in all of the stress that comes along with a wedding. With all of the money, time, and effort that goes into just one day, the pressure to have the perfect day can definitely add up. Social media sites like Pinterest and Instagram often add to the pressure but in reality, no wedding is perfect. So how can you be more relaxed on your wedding day and enjoy the moment? Your wedding day doesn't have to be perfect, but with our tips, it can be less stressful!
With the highly-anticipated royal wedding less than 2 months away, inspiration is swirling on social media for soon-to-be brides and grooms who are looking to wed like a royal. Here's a roundup of some of the key details you may want to consider if you're hoping to create your own Meghan-and-Harry-inspired nuptials.
Outdoor events can be romantic (an intimate, candlelit wedding in a garden), or exciting (a wow-worthy, private event at a racetrack), and they can be totally unique (the creative freedom to make it your own)! Without the restrictions of four walls and pre-set venue decor, you can make your event shine when you (literally) think outside the box.
Weddings are usually a collaborative effort and your family and friends will be there for you as you make tough decisions and will also be a shoulder to cry on if you get stressed. Showing your appreciation through a small gift on your wedding day is a kind gesture. We have put together our favorite personalized wedding gifts even the pickiest people (dads) will love!
You've probably dreamed of your wedding since you were a little girl, but when you were imagining a fairy-tale dress and arriving in a horse drawn carriage, the cost of throwing a wedding most likely never occurred to you. Although you want your wedding to be magical, having a fairy tale special day often comes at a very high cost. Luckily, there are tons of tips and tricks that will help you cut back on the spending while you still have a dream wedding.
From the shift from rose gold to copper to the use of velvet and purple hues, 2018 is going to be a year of different textures and unique additions to wedding decor and attire. With the wedding season quickly approaching, we have put together our top predictions for wedding trends this year.
Although the majority of couples choose to get married in the warmer months, there are many benefits that come if you opt to wed in the off-season. Prices are generally lower, natural elements like snow and frost can be used as a backdrop to create stunning photos, and the cold weather brings opportunities you wouldn’t be able to have with a wedding in warmer months - sleigh rides or hot cocoa bar anyone? Below are our favourite winter wedding ideas to ensure you will be “walking in a winter weddingland.”
When you run a photo booth business, there's nothing like participating in your first wedding reception, and for Pamela Lietz - owner of TapSnap 1205 in Raleigh, North Carolina, the nuptials between Madison and Cody did not disappoint.
It's wedding season, and while most soon-to-be newlyweds are scrambling to finalize the details for their big day, many are also trying to come up with new and unique ways to entertain their guests and commemorate the special day so they can look back at who was there to help make their wedding a special occasion. Traditionally, guests are invited to sign a guest book, positioned near the entrance of the wedding reception, and while this is a great way for guests to leave a special message for the new bride and groom, there are other ways to make your guests a permanent part of your wedding. Here are 5 fresh ideas to replace your wedding guest book, so your guests can prove they were present and give you their well wishes in a memorable way:
When it comes to planning the "perfect" wedding, many people seem to follow a certain formula. White florals, tulle-adorned chairs, a 3-tiered cake, and a bride and groom dressed in black and white to match the cake topper seem to be the go-to details for celebrating a couple's big day. But while some prefer to follow the traditional path or tap into the latest trends, others are looking for unique ways to add a personal touch to their special day. Here are 3 simple ways you can do just that - without breaking the bank.