Here’s some great wedding-day advice from bride experiences by Elizabeth Mitchell of brides.com.
You’ve read all the bridal books there are to read, signed up for every wedding tip of the day, and downloaded an embarrassing amount of planning apps. But you can always use more big-day advice before you walk down the aisle — right? We asked nine real brides who’ve already been there done that to shell out their best advice for your wedding. So from one bride to another, listen up.
Here’s a good article from Newsusa.com regarding financial information for newlyweds.
It’s a catchphrase that’s been described as perhaps the first “I do” for newlyweds, and it’s especially relevant as we head into wedding season. Because as much as you may think no two people have ever been more in love than you are – hey, look at the size of that engagement ring! – the truth is that it could be less than smooth sailing ahead if you’re not on the same page when it comes to financial matters.
“Couples have a very hard time talking about money,” Joan Atwood, a Hofstra University professor of marriage and family therapy bemoaned on an NPR “Money Coach” segment on the issue. “I would say it’s the last taboo.”
Here’s an article in Shefinds Magazine by Linda DiProperzio on upcoming wedding trends for 2019.
For brides getting married in 2019, the wedding planning fun is just beginning. Planners and vendors are already seeing a crop of new trends popping up as they start to look towards the coming year. From food and flowers to attire and decor, here are 15 trends that are sure to be super hot in 2019.
Cape Neddick plays a lovely host for this seaside wedding. The couple stands under a driftwood arbor, with the ocean behind, as guests in natural wood garden chairs witness the union. The reception utilizes our clear frame tent, to allow for full appreciation of the seaside view. Here we see rustic farm tables paired with white wash cross back chairs, and navy blue napkins to enhance this simple nautical theme.
Here’s a good article on traditional wedding dress fabrics by Jolene M. Bouchon from Brides Magazine.
Not all wedding dress fabrics are created equally. Some fabrics are better suited for structured designs, others are great for flowing, light looks, and others for larger-than-life ballgowns. Before you jump into wedding dress shopping, learn what to expect when it comes to fabric. We talked to Terry Hall, fashion director at Kleinfeld Bridal in New York, about the six fabrics most often used to create wedding dresses and why they work. Read on to learn more about these gorgeous fabrics and why they each make an excellent choice for gowns. Continue reading →
This fairytale wedding took place at the lovely Josias River Farm. The happy couple enjoyed the dark wood farm table for the head table, while the guests were seated at round tables covered in crisp white linens. The gold chivari chairs add a touch of sophisticated whimsey to the overall palette. The café lighting is all but invisible during daylight hours, but once the sun descends, the sailcloth tent will glow like a firefly, lending elegance to the enchanted evening.
What’s not to love about weddings from a guest perspective!? Dancing, great food, open bars, being surrounded by loved ones…the list could go on. But wedding party favors really seal the deal when it comes to leaving a memorable impression on your guests. Your nearest and dearest will fondly remember how much they loved the tunes at the reception or how beautiful you looked in your wedding dress, but take-home wedding favors for guests to pick up on their way out serve as their very last physical reminder of your nuptials (besides your future wedding Instagrams, of course). Plus, these gifts go way beyond a thank-you card in showing your friends and family how grateful you are that they attended your wedding. Moral of the story: make your favors count (and reusable!). Continue reading →
Whether you’re putting together a registry for your own wedding or you are trying to find the perfect wedding gift, finding items that incorporate both your home style and the basic living necessities can be an overwhelming task. While you want to gift a creative, unique wedding gift, you also don’t want to drop a few hundred dollars on something the couple will never use. Continue reading →
Café lights were twinkling in this clear frame tent at Hidden Pond, concluding a beautiful ceremony and reception. The greenery and pink roses next to the candles filled the venue with romance – a night surely no one will forget!