The wedding was wonderful, you're back from your honeymoon and you and your new hubby have unwrapped a mountain of wedding gifts. Now it's time to put pen to paper and express your thanks to your guests. You feel panic, stress, and the desire to procrastinate!
Brides and grooms to be, take note: You have a friend in Pinterest. The online pinboard is chock-full of wedding content, from dresses and cakes to reception décor and DIY invitation designs. So if you need some inpsiration for your big day, make an account, learn how to get started on Pinterest, and start pinning like crazy.
Picking out your wedding colors can be tricky. Not only are there so many to choose from, but you will want to make sure your choices complement each other. Knowing how to mix colors — and the meanings behind your favorite shades — can make your special day more personal and more vibrant!
No matter how much your pet is part of your family, it is important to consider potential landmines of having Fido join you on your big day. Here are four tips to avoid a frenzy:
The split between Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries has been scrutinized to death and it’s always Kim who is heavily, and unfairly criticized. The break-up happened because Kim came to her senses and realized Humphries wasn’t the catch she thought he was. Clearly, she wasn’t tricked into marriage, but she was ignoring, excusing, and reasoning away things that should have sent her packing soon after they met. Even though many saw disaster written all over Kris, Kim didn’t even suspect it, partly, perhaps, because she wanted that wedding.
By Josie Daga Just because you’re heads over heels about in love doesn’t mean you can't keep your common sense while planning the happiest day of your life. According to The Wedding Report, the average cost of a wedding in 2011 was $25,631-- that’s a whopping $85.44 a minute for a five-hour long wedding. In this tough economy, there are smart ways for brides–to-be to trim the wedding budget without sacrificing style. In fact, the biggest waste of money is spending on anything that is not really important to you and your groom.
Thousands of people ran the New York City Marathon yesterday, and all kinds of characters crossed the finish line, including Elvis Presley, Captain America, Batgirl, a chicken... and newlyweds Mary and Raymond Donaldson!
Wedding planning is hard enough without parents and inlaws sharing their opinions. When do you hold your ground and when do you give in? While there is no cut and dry easy answer, here are a few ways to consider any dilemma you may be in! Use the “Ask Ten Strangers on the Street” Technique