Latest in Marriage
  • Apple Dainty
    Published 6 days ago
    Wedding Hair with Japanese Flair

    Wedding Hair with Japanese Flair

    As a craftsperson who often helps brides to create their wedding day look, I understand how difficult it can be to get it right. The search for perfection can add unnecessary stress. And, when you find yourself considering an accessory with roots in a culture other than your own, that adds a layer of concern in regards to cultural appropriation.
  • Mianna Korben
    Published 17 days ago
    6 Ways To Involve Your Parents In Wedding Planning

    6 Ways To Involve Your Parents In Wedding Planning

    Seeing someone you love getting married fills your heart with warmth and emotions. If you feel like that during your best friend’s wedding, imagine how any parent feels seeing their child on their wedding day. That’s why anyone who’s getting married should include their parents in wedding planning. The entire process is a complex feat, and you could use help from people you trust the most. By giving your parents a few tasks do deal with, you’ll also ensure some privacy to deal with other important wedding tasks. They won’t get a chance to meddle because they’ll be too preoccupied with doing the tasks from out list.
  • Jessica K
    Published 22 days ago
    Fancy Wedding under budget

    Fancy Wedding under budget

    I'm a huge planner. I enjoy it so much, I often plan out my next two weeks' schedule by the hour. So when my man popped that ring on my finger and it came time for me to strut my stuff, I felt pretty good. I felt ready. Just another planning, I thought. Oh, I was so, so wrong.
  • Marry Max
    Published 24 days ago
    How to Make Your Engagement Invitation Unique?

    How to Make Your Engagement Invitation Unique?

    You have an idea for your wedding invitation, but do you make it special? These ideas are certain to help you design a unique invitation that will please even the most discriminating bride. She is the one who needs to read your card.
  • Fay McFarlane
    Published 28 days ago
    Self-Care Guide for 2020 Brides

    Self-Care Guide for 2020 Brides

    As the UK is in its tenth week of lockdown, thousands of brides and grooms still face an uncertain future as to whether wedding celebrations will be able to go ahead. With large gatherings banned, including the legendary Glastonbury festival, and self-isolation rules implemented, 2020 is a tough year for couples hoping to tie the knot this summer. Although we should prioritise our own and our loved ones’ health, it is still a disappointing time which could have negative effects on our happiness and mental health.
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 29 days ago
    Funniest Nigerian Proposals Gone Wrong

    Funniest Nigerian Proposals Gone Wrong

    Sometimes the answer is NO.
Staff Picks
  • Alyssa Blake
    Published 2 months ago
    How my Covid-19 wedding changed my view of what matters most

    How my Covid-19 wedding changed my view of what matters most

    Every little girl dreams of how she wants her wedding to be. A huge party, a big cake, lots of flowers, good music, and of course tons of dancing. This was all required for my dream wedding and as silly as it sounds, there was no way I was going to get married without it. If you would've told me a year ago that I would end up getting married in my living room with only a few close family members and friends, I would've thought you were crazy. Turns out maybe I'm the crazy one because, that's exactly what happened.
  • Kristina
    Published 8 months ago
    Top 10 Mother-Of-The-Bride Hairstyle Ideas

    Top 10 Mother-Of-The-Bride Hairstyle Ideas

    The day your daughter gets married is a very emotional and joyful one, and you must stand out. You've got your dress, makeup, shoes, accessories to look great, but there's one more thing—your hair! Let's help out with your hair by introducing to you, some of the most gorgeous mothers of the bride hairstyles.
  • Alex Brown
    Published 8 months ago
    The Top 2 Wedding Fears and How to Avoid Them Happening to You!

    The Top 2 Wedding Fears and How to Avoid Them Happening to You!

    According to a recent Facebook poll, many brides' top fear is that a vendor will cancel on them last minute. Coming in second place was that the quality or services they received would not be what they expected. I have three points that we must discuss. Firstly, where does this fear come, second, what's my interest, and third, what brides can do to prevent it.
  • James Murray
    Published 8 months ago
    7 Simple Ways to Personalise Your Wedding Day

    7 Simple Ways to Personalise Your Wedding Day

    While selecting a colour palette is all some couples do to personalise their wedding, many choose to customise more of their ceremony to create a truly unique celebration. Here are seven simple ways to personalise your wedding day.
  • Diane Nivens
    Published about a year ago
    My Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Wedding

    My Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Wedding

    Wedding season is upon us. Pinterest is pinging. Registries are ringing. Seamstresses are... seaming. You see where I'm going with this. Myself, I'm helping plan my best friend in the whole wide world's wedding for June 2020, and my vow renewal for September 2020. It got me thinking about my wedding nine years ago. When we plan out weddings, we all want everything to go off perfectly, and we kill ourselves creating a perfect day. Not everything always ends up perfect, though. In the case of my wedding, only one thing actually went according to plan: I married my husband. Sit down, I'll tell you all about it.
  • Trish Gilmore
    Published about a year ago
    I Let My Fiancé Plan My Bachelorette Party and It Wasn’t a Total Disaster

    I Let My Fiancé Plan My Bachelorette Party and It Wasn’t a Total Disaster

    I do trust my fiancé—I suppose that’s obvious, since I’m marrying him. However, I was very hesitant when he volunteered to plan my bachelorette party. It’s the type of pre-wedding celebration that is almost always handled by a bridesmaid. It is a girl’s night, after all.
Bridal Party
Ceremony And Reception
  • Mianna Korben
    Published 17 days ago
    6 Ways To Involve Your Parents In Wedding Planning

    6 Ways To Involve Your Parents In Wedding Planning

    Seeing someone you love getting married fills your heart with warmth and emotions. If you feel like that during your best friend’s wedding, imagine how any parent feels seeing their child on their wedding day. That’s why anyone who’s getting married should include their parents in wedding planning. The entire process is a complex feat, and you could use help from people you trust the most. By giving your parents a few tasks do deal with, you’ll also ensure some privacy to deal with other important wedding tasks. They won’t get a chance to meddle because they’ll be too preoccupied with doing the tasks from out list.
  • Jessica K
    Published 22 days ago
    Fancy Wedding under budget

    Fancy Wedding under budget

    I'm a huge planner. I enjoy it so much, I often plan out my next two weeks' schedule by the hour. So when my man popped that ring on my finger and it came time for me to strut my stuff, I felt pretty good. I felt ready. Just another planning, I thought. Oh, I was so, so wrong.
  • Fay McFarlane
    Published 28 days ago
    Self-Care Guide for 2020 Brides

    Self-Care Guide for 2020 Brides

    As the UK is in its tenth week of lockdown, thousands of brides and grooms still face an uncertain future as to whether wedding celebrations will be able to go ahead. With large gatherings banned, including the legendary Glastonbury festival, and self-isolation rules implemented, 2020 is a tough year for couples hoping to tie the knot this summer. Although we should prioritise our own and our loved ones’ health, it is still a disappointing time which could have negative effects on our happiness and mental health.
Fashion And Beauty
  • Apple Dainty
    Published 6 days ago
    Wedding Hair with Japanese Flair

    Wedding Hair with Japanese Flair

    As a craftsperson who often helps brides to create their wedding day look, I understand how difficult it can be to get it right. The search for perfection can add unnecessary stress. And, when you find yourself considering an accessory with roots in a culture other than your own, that adds a layer of concern in regards to cultural appropriation.
  • Abi Proud
    Published 2 months ago
    4 Top Tips for Choosing Jewellery Fit for a Wedding

    4 Top Tips for Choosing Jewellery Fit for a Wedding

    While your big day might be a while away given the world’s current crisis, that doesn’t mean you can’t get excited about the finer details. On your big day, it’s a given that you’ll want everything to be perfect, so, when you’re planning your spectacular wedding outfit, it’s important not to forget the jewellery. After all, accessorising with jewellery is the perfect way to complete an outfit and will help you to tailor your look to the event itself.
  • Krisna Garcia
    Published 4 months ago
    Bridal Jumpsuits: Why Brides are Making the Switch

    Bridal Jumpsuits: Why Brides are Making the Switch

    Did you know that the tradition of wearing a white wedding dress came from Queen Victoria in 1840? The queen stepped out of her carriage wearing a beautiful white silk-spun dress accented with lace to marry Prince Albert thus starting the trend of the white wedding dress. Society is constantly evolving and today we are seeing brides step away from the norm and walk down the aisle in not the traditional wedding gown, but a jumpsuit.
Proposal
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 29 days ago
    Funniest Nigerian Proposals Gone Wrong

    Funniest Nigerian Proposals Gone Wrong

    Sometimes the answer is NO.
  • Carlos Fox
    Published 7 months ago
    How to Plan a Destination Proposal

    How to Plan a Destination Proposal

    If you have found the person you want to spend the rest of your life with, you probably want them to feel as special as possible when you propose to them. Engagements are not to be taken lightly, so why not go all out and plan a destination proposal for your soon to be betrothed? Destination proposals are a surefire way to make your proposal special and memorable. Additionally, if you and your partner are already vacationing someplace special, it means that there will be loads of photo opportunities. Those physical memories will become even more cherish-able if you propose on your trip! If you want to learn how to plan a destination proposal to make your special day even more special, keep reading.
  • Kennedy Rae
    Published 12 months ago
    Wedding Bells

    Wedding Bells

    My letter to the woman of the world.