ceremony and reception

Whether you’re going traditional or modern, the marriage ceremony and reception are the moments we’ve all been waiting for. Explore venue, decor, and DJ options for an unforgettable experience.

  • Vintaze Entertainments
    Published about 19 hours ago
    Best Wedding Planner in Agra

    Best Wedding Planner in Agra

    Vintaze Entertainments” is a well-liked “wedding planner in Agra” which arranges the theme Wedding, Destination wedding, Celebrity Management, Event assemble with premium quality, and innovative ideas. We highly recommended by people for our professional services.
  • Ravi Vaja
    Published 3 days ago
    Fun Vegas Weddings With The Memories That You Will Cherish

    Fun Vegas Weddings With The Memories That You Will Cherish

    Fun Vegas Weddings with the Memories that You will Cherish Wedding is one of the most special occasions and a journey that you take on in life. Because of this, wedding memoirs have very unique and sweet histories connected to you and your spouse.
  • Jack Johnson
    Published 7 days ago
    Why Untraditional Bride's Love Brighton

    Why Untraditional Bride's Love Brighton

    Everyone wants to think their wedding is perfect. Some may think their venue is exceptional, and some might think their flowers are the best in the world. But some brides do not want the traditional wedding. They want a quirky venue and unusual décor. Brighton is a haven for weddings like this. The Cairn Collection, owners of the Angel Hotel and Stirling Highland have created this article to show you why Brighton is one of the best destinations for the untraditional bride.
  • Aurora Gianna
    Published 9 days ago
    How to plan a destination wedding in Hoi An

    How to plan a destination wedding in Hoi An

    Hoi An is often spoken about for its breathtaking scenery, which makes it an ideal destination to stage your wedding dreams. The UNESCO heritage city lets you check all your must-have boxes for your wedding since it offers delectable local cuisine and a myriad of other tantalising options. Here's how you can plan a destination wedding in Hoi An.
  • Gina Blackwood
    Published 10 days ago
    Tips for low budget weddings

    Tips for low budget weddings

    When it comes to planning your dream wedding, things can get super stressful after seeing all those numbers adding up, planning your theme, and trying to figure out how to fly all those relatives over for the ceremony (I'm in the middle of planning my own wedding on a budget, so I understand the struggle completely!). Don't worry though! There are plenty of ways to cut those numbers down without sacrificing the beauty of your ceremony and reception.
  • Protechzi Digital Media
    Published 11 days ago
    Wedding Etiquette –From the perspective of a groom’s parent

    Wedding Etiquette –From the perspective of a groom’s parent

    Discovering data on the behaviour and obligations for the guardians of the groom is fairly troublesome, as they have customarily had a more modest part in wedding arranging than the lady of the hour's family. Today, nonetheless, numerous guardians of the husband to be need to take on a bigger duty in the wedding.
  • Shawnee Eskridge
    Published 16 days ago
    Does Anyone Here Object to This Union?

    Does Anyone Here Object to This Union?

    This year I performed my very first marriage ceremony as an ordained minister. Initially, I was hesitant to perform the ceremony because I’m taking COVID-19 seriously. It’s so important to protect my neighbors near and far as well as myself and my own family. Some questions I considered were:
  • Rayanne Morriss
    Published 22 days ago
    Tips & Tricks for Finding Great Wedding Items During COVID

    Tips & Tricks for Finding Great Wedding Items During COVID

    The image source is Envato. COVID completely changed the ways that brides planned and shopped for their weddings. Even if you're lucky and live in a spot with a few cases, you will likely find that your venue limits how many people you can invite. Brides often run into problems finding a caterer and other professionals who can help them with music and their photos. On top of all of those issues, you may find it hard to simply shop for the supplies that you need. With a few handy tips and tricks, you can easily find all of the wedding supplies that you need during COVID.
  • Iliadys Granado
    Published 30 days ago
    Wedding in the midsts of a pandemic.

    Wedding in the midsts of a pandemic.

    every girl dreams of the day they get proposed to and even more the day they walk down the isle to their forever love. I found the love of my life 2 1/2 years ago. We hit it off immediately. We talked about marriage 3 months in, at 6 months in we moved in together, at 1 1/2 years we got engaged. I always pictured my engagement being a big deal where we’d go somewhere and candles would be lit down a walkway to where I’d stumble upon my almost fiancé and he would get down on one knee and propose while a photographer hid in the bushes. This was how I pictured it right? But it was the complete opposite and I absolutely loved it!! New Years 2020 at countdown to midnight, my handsome, loving, caring, [then] boyfriend, got down on one knee at midnight and popped the big question ♥️ we were at a friends house and we honestly only knew a handful of people but to my surprise it was the most intimate, loving proposal ever. I bawled my eyes out. Out of pure happiness. Realistically I never thought I’d even get married haha so many failed relationships this felt too good to be true. we started planning instantly. We picked our venue by the end of January and in March covid 19 struck. Being in on this magical, floating love cloud i really didnt worry about it too much at first but then things just kept getting worse and worse. We both got laid off from our jobs and had to live off of unemployment. Our car was totaled. We struggled like never before and fell behind on so many bills but we kept our heads up and still pushed for our dream Halloween wedding. Slowly but surely things started to fall apart, along with my heart. Not because I wasn’t marrying the love of my life but because we didn’t get to really enjoy planning like most couples do. Everything has required masks. Everything was set and done through zoom calls and zoom meetings. It became so difficult that we almost gave up. We worried about our family and friends getting sick at the wedding. We worried about people bringing the sickness to us. So much worrying and so much doubt filled our hearts and minds that we slowly stopped planning all together. Beginning of August we got hit with a horrible cps case filled with false allegations from my daughters father. We (my daughter & i) were forced to move to my parents house, still are living here actually. Briefly after that, my parents both contracted covid-19. My world slowly continued to fall apart, thankfully they recovered quickly and great. There have been so many downfalls to this year but i can honestly say that the best thing out of all of this, is that during this time our family went through so many changes and so many obstacles that we all grew closer to each other.2020 has been nothing but a big "crap fest" at least thats the nick name i have given it at this point. I often find myself wishing and praying for it to already be 2021, but then i also anxiously wander what the rest of the year will bring to us? I've struggled so much to make my dream wedding come true and I continue to push through it and pray that no one else gets sick, that covid-19 magically disappears, and that none of our big plans have to get pushed back even more. We even lost our big honeymoon trip to Bali! Soooo bummed. Our big day turned into a small intimate backyard wedding and I can’t tell you how much I’m looking forward to it! I’ll keep yall posted with details and stories of our magical night 😉♥️
  • Teresa Carlisle
    Published about a month ago
    The Big Day

    The Big Day

    I remember the day before the wedding and how it all played out. I was visiting my grandparents who had been married over 60+ years and had quite the legacy to talk about. We had a rehearsal wedding and dinner to attend. It was my mom, my grandma, my grandpa and I all piled in the Ford Truck heading to Calvary Chapel The Bridge in Cathedral City, CA. My mom was not in a good mood and both my grandparents were trying to be calm. All of us were on edge with the upcoming wedding day approaching. It was in the month of December and I could hardly wait to be a Mrs.
  • George Gkoutzouvalos
    Published about a month ago
    How to plan a wedding: Mistakes to avoid

    How to plan a wedding: Mistakes to avoid

    Stress-free wedding planning with ididjeridoo was originally posted by ididjeridoo on Flickr and is reused here under the terms and conditions of the Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-ND 2.0) Creative Commons license
  • Skylar Ivey-Santos
    Published about a month ago
    An Exclusive Wedding

    An Exclusive Wedding

    It's October again. Nine years ago, my wife and I got married after same-sex marriage was legalized in New York. That's why that night and everything leading up to it is on my mind right now.