Are you a barefoot beach kind of girl, or are you dreaming of a fairytale wedding in a luxury ballroom?
If you can picture yourself getting married in a lush backyard garden, in a rustic barn or on your favorite beach, you might want to consider an outdoor wedding.
But don’t think that you’ll save a lot of money having your ceremony outdoors instead of in a country club. An outdoor venue has its own set of expenses that make it unique in planning, according to Theknot.co
One of the most important people at your wedding will be the person who performs your ceremony. The person you choose should be someone you and your fiancé are comfortable with and who can make your wedding ceremony special to you, creating memories you’ll have forever.
The type of ceremony you’re looking for will largely determine what type of officiant you have. If you have a religious affiliation, a clergy member from this house of worship may literally be the answer to
You’re the one getting married but it’s your mom who’s turned into Momzilla!
She’s taking over all the decisions and taking all the fun out of planning your big day. She’s more worried about what she’s going to look like on your wedding day than you are.
Whether your mom is well-meaning or malicious, the stress of planning “the most perfect day ever” can send your mother-daughter relationship over the stratosphere. Things can get trickier if your parents are holding the p
Your healthy beauty routine begins long before your wedding date and that’s a good thing, because you have lots to do!
With the average engagement being about 14 months, you have plenty of time to be the best version of yourself before you walk down the aisle.
Whether that means letting your hair grow longer, improving your skin, getting more fit or whatever is important to you, you can accomplish your goals, even while juggling all your other must-dos on your list.