If the goal was a September wedding with a sweet rustic vibe, then this gorgeous couple nailed it.
Jayme and Jeremy’s wedding could not have been more magically bohemian, and we’re not just saying that because the maid of honor crafted a dream catcher you could get stuck in.
If getting married at Burning Man was just a little too kooky, diehard burners Christina and Ephraim would recreate the experience in their own unique way, blending their loves of adventure and nature.
You've finally decided on a wedding date. Now, it’s time to think about the organization—specifically, the venue, the guest list, and the invitations, just to name a few daunting tasks. And don't forget to find the perfect dress, think about floral arrangement, and choose the best (yet most cost-effective) food and music. In the midst of various tasks to get to the "I do," you do not want to lost your mental health. Enter LadyMarry, your online wedding planner.
John Pamintuan and Marc Brewer had a dream of what their wedding should be like after 14 wonderful years together. "We envisioned it to be modern, masculine, and not over-the-top," says Pamintuan.
Ashley and KC's love story began when they met at Stanford University. Nine years later, the couple was celebrated by family and loved ones at a beautiful Carmel Valley ranch on a drizzly spring day.
If you're in the market for a wedding dress/have purchased a wedding dress/been dragged around looking for a wedding dress, you know the bridal-buying process can be shockingly impersonal. Most salons offer mass-produced designs that get sent to thousands of other shops, and a bride rarely has the chance to actually meet the person who designed her wedding gown.
From swirls and twirls to romantic-vintage to ultra-minimalist, this seasons flatware serves up heaps of style. So ditch the plastic and add these shining examples of table art to the good ol’ wedding wish list: